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Hanainese Chicken and Rice

This classic Singaporean poached chicken dish is served with an aromatic ginger rice, and a delicious chilli and ginger sauce. It’s packed full of flavour, and presents beautifully.

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Chinese New Year Menu

2018 is the year of the Dog! Start the year with a bang with these delicious Chinese New Year recipes.

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Pantone’ colour for 2015: Marsala

Following the Spring/Summer designer shows, Pantone has listed marsala as the colour of the year.

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Fukushima: Where have all the children gone?

Three years on, the children of Japan’s Fukushima district are forced to retreat indoors to play, for fear of exposure to radiation.

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MINDFOOD Silver Fern Farms – Beef Surprise

Five readers compete in the MiNDFOOD Home Cook of the Year contest, preparing the perfect jus with Silver Fern Farms’ brand new beef range.

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Wellington hairdresser is crowned NZ’s best

Rebecca Brent from Willis York Salon in Wellington has taken out top honours to become New Zealand Hairdresser of the Year 2013/14.

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Glamour Magazine Women of the Year Awards

We take a look in pictures at the inspiring woman who were honoured for their hard work at an awards ceremony in New York this week.

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Electrolux Appetite for Excellence 2013 winners announced

Electrolux announce the next generation of culinary stars at the 2013 Appetite for Excellence Awards.

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Spoil mum this Mother’s Day with Sample Bar

Pampering mum is easy this Mother’s Day thanks to a brand new beauty service…

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Persian Elephant Ears (Gosh-E-Feel)

Persian Elephant Ears (Gosh-E-Feel). Although the Persian community don’t traditionally celebrate Easter, the long weekend is always a great excuse to […]

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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez dead at 58

Venezuela’s charismatic and controversial president Hugo Chavez dies at age 58 after a several year battle with cancer.

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Kung Hei Fat Choy

Chinese communities around the world have ushered in the Lunar New Year with dragon dances, fireworks, parties and prayers over the weekend.

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Chinese Lunar New Year preperations

The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on February 10 and marks the start of the Year of the Snake, according to the Chinese zodiac. We take a look in pictures at the preparations underway for this year’s celebrations.

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After 500 years, Richard III’s bones yield their secret

Researchers say a skeleton buried under a parking lot belongs to King Richard III, solving a 500-year-old mystery about his final resting place.

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Feng Shui Your Home for the New Year

Feng Shi practitioner and Chinese astrologer Mariko Fisher talks to us about what to expect in 2013: year of the snake.

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Free the children

Free The Children began as a group of 12 year old’s dreaming of saving the world and now provides education to 55,000 children everyday.

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Artist wunderkind splashes into NY

Five-year-old art prodigy Aelita Andre returns to New York with another vibrant solo show, “Aelita Andre: Secret Universe”.

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Endangered penguins settle in new home

Four Magellanic penguins that were stranded on Brazil’s coast last year and airlifted to the United States, make their home in a new exhibit in Long Beach, California.

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World’s royals gather in the UK

Queen Elizabeth hosted monarchs from all over the world at a reception at Windsor Castle to mark her 60 years on the throne.

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Pole dancing, an elderly sport?

Sun Fengqin is a 60-year-old grandmother who has taken up the art of pole dancing in China. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Busy first year for royal couple William and Kate

It’s been a hectic year of public appearances for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and his wife Kate, with travels across the UK and the world. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Marking a Titanic anniversary

Ceremonies are held in Ireland and at sea to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.

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GALLERY: Japan marks 1 year tsunami anniversary

It has been almost one year since a massive 9.0-magnitude earthquake struck Japan, unleashing a terrifying tsunami. The wall of water caused widespread destruction, left almost 22,000 people dead or missing and triggered a nuclear crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

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The Daily Bite, August 2011

This month, Helen Mirren proves it is possible to be sexy at sixty, taking out the LA Fitness Body of the Year award. MiNDFOOD reports.

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