Monday, 23 July 2007

New Zealanders in Global Headlines July 24

New Zealanders featuring in this week's survey of global media including the BBC, New York Times, LA Times, The Guardian, International Herald Tribune, Forbes,,, include:
  • Glass artist Luke Jacomb to solo at New Orleans Museum of Art (px)
  • Time on Earth from “wondrous pure-pop band” Crowded House
  • Lloyd Jones wins Commonwealth Prize for Mister Pip–“extraordinary”
  • Aucklander Glenn Jones wins US Threadless t-shirt design contest
  • Steve Williams continues eight year partnership with Tiger Woods
  • Auckland artist Mark Olsen creates two cars for Le Mans Enduro
  • Soprano Marie-Adele McArthur graces Opera America's home page
  • NZ dairy, oil, Kiwisaver, NZX get thumbs up from US banker Beuchler
  • Anne Gilman, "a rebel from New Zealand", dies, London (75)
  • Warkworth Yamaha MX rider Hamish Dobbyn (15) wins Oz series
  • Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Napier Deco, up for World Heritage sites
  • NZ rowers win four gold at rowing world championships Lucerne
  • Artist Lisa Fergusson shows in Chelsea and luxury Manhattan condo
  • Jonah Lomu back to physical peak, dreams of return to oval ball

For full stories see, a 5,000-story storehouse of international activities by New Zealanders 2000-07.

Thousands of All Black stories after the weekend's formidable Bledisloe Cup win and naming of the Rugby World Cup side are at Google News. For adrenalin, the Silver Ferns match against Australia that followed Saturday's ruby test was hard to beat.

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