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Chrissy Teigen credits New Zealand’s Lewis Road Creamery butter | Instant News


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Chrissy Teigen compliments New Zealand’s Lewis Road Creamery butter while making a Tuna sandwich. Video / Instagram of chrissyteigen

During a giant cooking session on her Instagram Stories, Chrissy Teigen revealed how she made her favorite midnight snack – a processed tuna sandwich – which shows a picture of her preferred butter.

Teigen shows off an empty New Zealand Lewis Road Creamery sea salt crystal butter wrapper, melted for use on white bread, in tuna and onion sandwiches.

Chrissy Teigen reveals that she uses generous Lewis Road Creamery butter in her sandwiches.  Photo / Instagram
Chrissy Teigen reveals that she uses generous Lewis Road Creamery butter in her sandwiches. Photo / Instagram

A fan spotted the Kiwi brand on Teigen’s Instagram Stories and posted a screenshot to Twitter, prompting the American model to praise butter even more.

“VERY good,” Teigen wrote on Twitter.

“It brings out taste [sic] into my midnight tuna sandwich. If you don’t slice both slices on your tuna sandwich, you’re … you might honestly be a good person, but you have to give it a try. “

Lewis Road Creamery also shares Teigen’s love on their own Instagram Stories.

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Teigen’s post led to some social media users raving about New Zealand-made butter as well.

Lewis Road Creamery general manager, Nicola O’Rourke, told: Heralds the company is pleased to see Teigen, who “is a serious cook”, can “taste the difference”.

“It’s great to wake up and watch our butter explode online. Chrissy is a serious cook and it’s amazing she can taste the difference, which all depends on the quality of our Southern Pastures 10 Star cream,” said O’Rourke. .

Teigen, who is married to singer John Legend, is a model, writer and entrepreneur. Her cookbook, “Cravings: Hungry for More”, is a bestseller.

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PM aims to create a balance between livelihoods, COVID-19 control measures – Pakistan | Instant News


Published in November 03, 2020 10:03 p.m.

The PM aims to create a balance between livelihoods, COVID-19 control measures

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed all stakeholders to strike a balance between Coronavirus disease control measures and people’s livelihoods.

Chairman of the National Coordination Committee meeting for COVID-19 in Islamabad today, he specifically directed to improve hospital care to meet any increase in Covid cases, especially critical care equipment.

Imran Khan directed the National Command and Operations Center to formulate future actions in consultation with all stakeholders and issue the necessary guidelines.

NCOC notifies the Prime Minister about the current Covid situation and the current pattern of disease spread and increases the positive rate.

The Prime Minister appreciates the efforts of NCOC and all stakeholders for public safety and health.

The meeting supported all the recently announced measures of the NCOC action including the adoption of face masks, reducing closing times for markets, restaurants, wedding halls, and enforcement of smart locks.

The Provincial Chief Minister joined the meeting via video link.

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GO NZ: New Zealand summer festivals and events to order now | Instant News


We’ve all spent more than enough time looking inside our homes this year. With long awaited warm weather finally creeping up on us, it’s time to let go of those cobwebs and take advantage of all the exciting events and festivals happening around New Zealand this summer – because we’ve had a little fun.

The epicenter for all things edible: Hawke's Bay Food and Wine Classic.  Photo / Kirsten Simcox, Provided
The epicenter for all things edible: Hawke’s Bay Food and Wine Classic. Photo / Kirsten Simcox, Provided

Summer FAWC!

November 6-15

Arguably New Zealand’s center for great food and fine wine, Hawke’s Bay hosts 10 days and over 60 events for this delicious festival. The Food and Wine Classic features the best of local restaurants, wineries, brewers and producers joining forces for an unforgettable program, in some of the country’s most stunning locations, from street food festivals to exclusive evenings combining art and food and honeycomb to tables high tea. see fawc.co.nz for details.

Nothing says Summer like the Black Hats at Oval Bay.  Photo / Andrew Cornaga, Photosport, Files
Nothing says Summer like the Black Hats at Oval Bay. Photo / Andrew Cornaga, Photosport, Files

Summer Cricket

starting 27 November

Nothing says Summer is like the start of a five-day trial match, and despite what 2020 throws at the world, the Black Caps will face Australia, Bangladesh, West Indies and Pakistan in the upcoming 2020-21 season. Games will be played across the country, and include T-20, ODI and test matches. see nzc.nz for all the details.

The biggest exhibit in the history of the Auckland Art Gallery: Toi o Tamaki at Britomart.  Photo / Patrick Reynolds, Given
The biggest exhibit in the history of the Auckland Art Gallery: Toi o Tamaki at Britomart. Photo / Patrick Reynolds, Given

You you you or

December 5 – March 31

Staged in the heart of Britomart, this is the official Toi tū Toi ora satellite show at the Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand’s largest contemporary Māori art exhibition in nearly 20 years, including 300 works by more than 120 Māori artists. see aucklandartgallery.com for more details.

Incredible creation: The World of Wearable Art at Te Papa.  Photo / Provided
Incredible creation: The World of Wearable Art at Te Papa. Photo / Provided

Wearable Art World: Up Close

12 December – 14 February

If you’ve ever wondered what actually goes into these incredible creations, here’s your chance to experience a World of Wearable Art like never before. The in-depth exhibition at Wellington’s Te Papa showcases more than 30 extraordinary outfits from the world’s leading clothing arts competitions, with visitors able to explore the creativity and extraordinary detail of the clothes and the stories behind the designs. see

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It's finally here: The America's Cup World Series takes over Auckland's waterfront.  Photo / Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com, Files
It’s finally here: The America’s Cup World Series takes over Auckland’s waterfront. Photo / Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com, Files

America’s Cup

starting December 17th

Finally it’s here. Auckland is set to host the 36th Copa America and the action starts this December. There are three events that round out the race for the Cup – the Auckland American Cup World Series brings together three challengers against the Emirates New Zealand Team for the Christmas Cup starting 17 December, before the Prada Cup – and the scramble to take on Team NZ for the big – starts on January 15. The final series of races for the America’s Cup runs from March 6 to 21. There will definitely be a lot of events going on in and around the Viaduct as the action heats up. check aucklandnz.com for details when released.

Great acoustics, unbeatable atmosphere: Black Barn Amphitheater, Havelock North.  Photo / Glenn Taylor, Hawke's Bay Today
Great acoustics, unbeatable atmosphere: Black Barn Amphitheater, Havelock North. Photo / Glenn Taylor, Hawke’s Bay Today

Black Barn Concert Series

Starting December 19

This amphitheater in the Hawke’s Bay vineyard is widely considered to be one of New Zealand’s best outdoor spots, with great acoustics and an unbeatable atmosphere. This summer, check out an outdoor cinema that opens as part of the Hawke’s Bay Outdoor Film Festival from December 27th. If you want a little music, summer queues are still in the works, but it’s confirmed, Kiwi legend Dave Dobbyn will be performing alongside 2020 local darling The Beths on December 19. Tickets start at $ 69, look blackbarn.com for details.

Distinction Hotels Te Anau Tennis Invitational

December 28-29

It’s a shame the ASB Classic has been postponed for 2021 (thanks Covid), but this annual tournament features some of New Zealand’s strongest male tennis players over two days of action in a relaxed atmosphere, perfect for the whole family. General admission is $ 15.00 per adult and children are free. see teanautennis.co.nz for details.

The Other Side Festival

December 30 – 31

Whangamatā, usually considered a quintessential Kiwi beach town, holds this two-day music festival at the mysterious-sounding Joe’s Farm, just outside the summer hot spot. Visitors can camp on site, or take a bus to see a lineup of famous Kiwi artists such as Shapeshifter, LAB, David Dallas and JessB. Tickets start at $ 118 from theotherside.nz.

Soundsplash

January 22-24

Happy 20th birthday to Raglan’s favorite. This summer’s favorite celebrates milestones in style, with lineups of local legends including Fat Freddy’s Drop, Ladi6, Che Fu and Home Brew taking to four stages at the Wainui Reserve, while markets also return. see soundsplash.co.nz for more details.

Saturday Six60 Tour

Various dates in January and February

They are arguably New Zealand’s biggest band, and now Six60 have their gigs on the road, visiting new cities and big venues on six Saturdays in January and February. Starting in Lower Hutt and stopping at Waitangi, Hastings, New Plymouth, Christchurch, Wellington and Hamilton along the way, they’ll have special guests and big hits of their own. see six60.co.nz for details.

    The Tussock Traverse is one of New Zealand's most beautiful courses.  Photo / Kurt Matthews, Given
The Tussock Traverse is one of New Zealand’s most beautiful courses. Photo / Kurt Matthews, Given

Tussock Traverse

January 30th

The Ruapehu region is an outdoor lover’s paradise and the Tussock Traverse is one of New Zealand’s most beautiful and diverse courses. Events for hikers and runners – ranging from 6 km to 50 km – offer something for everyone who wants a different challenge. This event supports the Tongariro Project (Tongariro Natural History Society), and the work they are doing to preserve this spectacular area. see tussocktraverse.co.nz for entry details.

A celebration of cunning and speed: Burt Munro Challenge, Invercargill.  Photo / James Jubb, Given
A celebration of cunning and speed: Burt Munro Challenge, Invercargill. Photo / James Jubb, Given

Burt Munro’s challenge

February 10-14

This Southland classic has cemented its name as one of New Zealand’s premier motor sporting events. Over the course of five action-packed days, a number of racing disciplines will race including hill climbing, beach racing, sprint racing, speedway and road racing. And the whole festival honors the legendary Burt, his ingenuity, determination and love of speed and motorbikes. see burtmunrochallenge.co.nz for more details.

Two great nights: Hamilton Garden Arts Festival.  Photo / Mark Hamilton, Supplied Visit Waikato
Two great nights: Hamilton Garden Arts Festival. Photo / Mark Hamilton, Supplied Visit Waikato

Hamilton Park Arts Festival

February 19 – March 1

What is now an iconic outdoor summer festival for the city, the Hamilton Park Arts Festival combines visual arts, music, comedy, film, theater, literature and dance for two weeks of fun. This festival has been Waikato’s premier arts event for over 20 years and the 2021 list will be released any time. see hgaf.co.nz for the latest news and announcements.

Flying circus: New Zealand's best viewing team at Wings over Wairarapa.  Photo / Provided
Flying circus: New Zealand’s best viewing team at Wings over Wairarapa. Photo / Provided

Air Wing Festival Over Wairarapa

February 26 – 28

With the Wānaka sisters’ event canceled this year due to Covid-19, this Wairarapa favorite will be New Zealand’s first major air show in two years. In addition to the spectacular flying program, there are fantastic ground shows, as well as activities for kids little and big. Previous events have drawn crowds of 25,000 people – almost the equivalent of the entire Masterton population – so we know it’s the weekend Kiwis will be lining up to be a part of. see wings.org.nz for more details.

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Billy Te Kahika leaves the Advance NZ party | Instant News


Advance NZ deputy leader Billy Te Kahika Jnr has quit the party. Photo / Peter Meecham

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Advance NZ deputy leader Billy Te Kahika has cut ties with the party after failing to enter Parliament.

This caused Te Kahika and co-leader Jami-Lee Ross to split up.

In an email to the party candidate last night, Te Kahika said now that the election was over, “I believe it is time for the New Zealand Public Party to break away from its alliance with Advance NZ and, with Reset NZ, reform back into the party we were meant to be”.

Te Kahika said he would take the policies of the Advance NZ alliance and perfect them.

“Advance NZ will always have our support in the future. I will continue to maintain strong respect and friendship with Jami-Lee Ross and will continue to work together for common goals if necessary.

“I’ll also support him as much as I can to tackle any issues over the coming months, including his court case – that’s what friends are for.”

Today, Ross told the Herald he has not spoken to Te Kahika since the election, although he said the pair had exchanged emails.

Following Te Kahika’s email, Ross emailed party supporters to say Te Kahika “has decided not to continue the party”.

“Of course it’s sad for all of us,” said Ross.

He said Te Kahika had inspired many around New Zealand, saying this was not the end of the party.

“Advance NZ will continue, and will be restructured to the next phase of our journey.

“A hasty election campaign means everything is being carried out in a hurry. Our re-formed party, with more time now, will become a democratic, transparent and professional party that its members, supporters and candidates deserve.

“In the coming months we will complete the review which started a few days ago.

“Plans for the future will see a special rally held early next year, and a re-formed party, with a new national structure, continuing in preparation for 2023,” Ross said.

Former Member of National Parliament and deputy chairman of Advance NZ Jami-Lee Ross.  Photo / Mark Mitchell
Former Member of National Parliament and deputy chairman of Advance NZ Jami-Lee Ross. Photo / Mark Mitchell

On election night, Advance NZ got 20,841 party votes, or 0.9 percent of the initial vote, well below the 5 percent threshold for seats in Parliament.

Advance NZ develops major social media following conspiracy theories and opposition to the Covid-19 lockdown.

It had a bigger impact online than in polls, and will be remembered for anti-lockdown protests ahead of the election, and bizarre claims and promotion of misinformation (one candidate claims the Lake Ōhau fires were caused by the direct energy of weapons, for example).

The party was led by blues musician Billy Te Kahika Jr., who stood at Te Tai Tokerau, and Ross.

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PDM is out to create chaos, political instability: Khattak | Instant News


NOWSHERA: Federal Defense Minister Pervez Khattak said on Saturday that the Democratic Movement of Pakistan (PDM) is a group of unemployed people, determined to create chaos and political instability in the country.

“Prime Minister Imran Khan is a sportsman and he cannot be afraid of the PDM’s pressure tactics,” said Pervez Khattak while speaking at a party that joined the meeting in Amangarh and a reception was held in his honor in Dera Katikhel here.

Fazal Wadood Khan of Shama Ghee Mills and Hazrat Gul, Omparkash and Dilram have each arranged a party to join the meeting and reception. Members of the National Assembly Imran Khattak, PK-63 Candidates from the election of Mian Umar Kakakhel, Ishaq Khattak and PTI workers and supporters attended the occasion.

Perez Khattak said that Prime Minister Imran Khan would not spare even his aides and close friends if found involved in corruption and malpractice while holding public office. He said that people were fed up with the negative politics of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan People’s Party, which leveled the baseless accusations against the institution.

The defense minister claims that cracks appeared in PML-N and will soon be cut into thirds, which will help dispense with the politics of agitation and personal revenge. Former president Asif Ali Zardari and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, he said, had raided the country with both hands during their rule.

He said that now they make noise and cry when they are held accountable for their plunder and wrongdoing. On artificial price increases, he said the government has now shifted its focus to controlling price increases, unemployment and ensuring good governance, hoping the situation will improve soon because of concrete steps against hoarders and profit seekers.

He also said that PTI would win the upcoming by-election on PK-63 by a large margin and that the opposition party would face a crushing defeat in the next election contest.

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