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Ripe for the Picking

Head to one of the many farms around New Zealand that allow you to pick your own produce.

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Korean families prepare to meet relatives across border

Separated family members in North and South Korea prepare to meet relatives during reunions set to take place later this week.

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Keira Knightley ties the knot

British actress Keira Knightley wed her rock star fiancé James Righton in the south of France on Saturday.

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Lennox calls for end to violence against women

Renowned singer and activist, Annie Lennox has drawn up a petition to end gender violence against women in South Africa.

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Archibald prize 2013: The Finalists

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Reindeer herd on Antarctic island culled

Hunters on the island of South Georgia have culled 3,500 reindeer, to protect the fragile native environment.

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Cajun Fishcakes & Avocado Salsa

Bring the colours and flavours of Autumn to the family table with this delicious seasonal recipe for spicy fish cakes.

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Aboriginal DNA suggests missing Indian link

Research into the origins of Australia’s indigenous population has revealed an unexpected genetic relationship to their South Asian neighbours.

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It’s kimchi time for Korea’s needy

Over 2,000 people gather in Seoul to make 140 tonnes of a spicy and salty fermented cabbage dish to help feed the poor in winter.

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Seven-year-old blind prodigy shocks jazz world

He is just seven-years-old… and blind. But jazz prodigy Jose Andre Montano Baina is taking Bolivia’s music scene by storm.

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Malaria cure is in sight, say researchers

Researchers at the University of Cape Town say they may be close to producing a cure for malaria following their discovery of a compound that disrupts the malaria parasite’s lifecycle in animal models, effectively destroying it.

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World’s first rhino orphanage opens its doors

Africa’s first specialist, non commercial centre to care for baby rhinos, has officially opened at the Entabeni Game Reserve in Limpopo, South Africa.

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China’s new city declared on disputed land

China’s government establishes the new city of Sansha in the disputed South China Sea, angering protestors in neighbouring countries. MiNDFOOD Reports.

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GALLERY: Tomato-flinging warriors take charge

Thousands of farmers and tourists in Boyaca, Colombia fling tomatoes during annual “tomatina” fest. Around 18 tons of tomatoes and thousands of fruit-flinging enthusiasts make for a juicy fight!

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A flame for Mandela

Former South African President Nelson Mandela and his family receive the African National Congress centenary torch.

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Buddhist novices are on the ball

South Korea’s biggest Buddhist order holds a soccer match among young novices to celebrate Buddha’s upcoming birthday.

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Pulled Pork Burgers

Pulled Pork Burgers. Originating in the deep south, pulled-pork is slow cooked so it simply falls off the bone. Serve […]

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Taste buds gallery

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Koreans turn to dog soup to beat the heat

Thursday was not a good day to be a dog in South Korea. That’s because it was one of the three hottest days according to the Korean lunar calendar – and dog soup is one way to beat the heat. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Laura and the Chocolate Factory

On a recent trip to South Australia I discovered what really goes on behind the scenes of a chocolate factory and realise I may have chosen the wrong career …MiNDFOOD reports.

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Southern Belles gallery

If you are seeking the best of nature and nurture, two of South Australia’s gems beckon. Redefine tranquility with a slow meander on the Murray 
or head to Kangaroo Island for views to infinity and luxury to match.

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Poached South Australian Squid with Octopus and Garlic Custard

Poached South Australian Squid with Octopus and Garlic Custard recipe, brought to you by MiNDFOOD. Serves 8 2kg whole southern […]

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City of lights

On 26 June the streets of Dunedin city will be awash with a chain of almost 300 lanterns.

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Red Cross Relief Work

View images of the Red Cross’ relief work in Banda Aceh, Afghanistan, South Ossetia and Solomon Islands, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

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