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Inside Auckland’s newest golf course Te Arai Links and what members get for the $48,000 joining fee

The Te Arai Links South Course officially opened this week. Photo/Ricky Robinson It is one of the most anticipated golf courses in the world, the membership fee is around $50,000 and features one of the largest golf courses in the world. T-Array links in North Auckland have Officially opened to members, with another session coming. …

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How the competition on Australia’s toughest golf courses drives Nullarbour Tourism

Crows, kangaroos and wombat pits are just some of the unique hazards at the world’s longest golf course that sparkles along Australia’s Nullarbor Plain. The 1,365-kilometre golf course is helping road homes along its course recover from two years of isolation from coronavirus-related border closures that nearly brought some down. It’s been 20 years since …

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How can innovation help the industry get as close to breast milk as possible?

Mother’s milk is the ideal food for infants. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is safe, clean and contains antibodies that help protect against childhood diseases. “Breast milk provides all the energy and nutrients that an infant needs during the first months of life, and continues to provide up to half or more …

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Drought and rising costs are bringing American berry giants to the land of maple syrup in Canada

MONTREAL/OTTAWA (Reuters) – A patch of Canada famous for its maple syrup is being tested to mass produce the berries that typically grow in warmer regions, making it an unexpected beneficiary of harsh weather, local demand and rising costs in traditional growing regions. like California. Executives said Driscoll’s and Naturipe Farms LLC, two of North …

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