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A small piece of New Zealand history from one of the first official British explorations of the Antartic region is up for sale on TradeMe. The silver dessert spoon, which left Lyttelton Harbour with explorers Robert Scott and Ernest Shackleton as they embarked on the 1901 Discovery Expedition of the Antartic regions more than 110 years ago, has already attracted bids of more than... A teaspoon from the same set sold at a Bonhams auction in London for 1250 Euro (NZ$2067) in 2012. The seller says the 178mm piece of cutlery was found in a junk shop in Christchurch. "A part of me hoped it would not reach reserve. If this piece doesn't meet reserve it's something I'm more than happy to keep. The aim of the British exploration to the Antarctic was to find out more about the Southern continent, an area which little was known about in the 19 Century. It was the first official British Expedition exploration of the Antarctic regions since James Clark Ross's voyage 60 years earlier. The Ministry of Culture and Heritage has commented on the auction, saying the spoon likely fell under the Protected Objects Act 1975, which regulates the export of such objects. The Ministry says this may mean the spoon can "only be exported from New Zealand with the permission of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage". Under this Act the auction, which closes on July 26, is only available to New Zealand bidders. The auction can be viewed here. Source: www.3news.co.nz
England were left to reflect on a chastening first day of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s and accusations of negativity as twin centuries from Chris Rogers and Steve Smith saw Australia fight back from their Cardiff defeat and reach an imposing... Rogers batted through three sessions and will resume on 158, with Smith hitting 129 not out, as Alastair Cook’s attack struggled for impact on a featherbed. Between them the pair added an unbroken 259 runs for the second wicket, with the latter keen to twist the knife further after the close with a critique of the England captain’s field placings. “I was a little surprised [the England head coach] Trevor Bayliss allowed Alastair Cook to have a deep point for as long as he did,” said Smith, who has previously played under Bayliss at New South Wales. “It was a good pitch to bat on but I thought they got defensive quite quickly and I know that is something we are not going to do. ”. Rogers, who helped inflict England’s first single-wicket day of the Ashes since Headingley in 1993, believes he... “It was not only to prove something to other people but to ourselves,” said Rogers. “We came here on the crest of a wave and thought we would take England down. The loss [in Cardiff] put us back in our place and made us question ourselves. “If you are having a tough time it comes down to individuals to respond. Hopefully Steve and I have made a statement and have shown our dressing room we can get the upper hand on England,” he added. “It was a good toss to win,” said Smith, who at 26 years and 44 days became the third youngest Australian to reach 10 Test centuries. “We made the most of the first day. We didn’t play as well as we could in Cardiff and copped a lot. It was important to start this Test well, hopefully we can capitalise and make the most of it in the morning. “It’s a good wicket with very little seam movement,” offered Jimmy Anderson, who fronted up for the England team after a day of toil. “It’s the sort of wicket where you have to bowl accurately and we didn’t do that. When you don’t against world-class opposition you get punished. Anderson, who saw Rogers edge over the slips third ball, claims his team-mates will arrive at the ground on Friday morning. Source: www.theguardian.com
NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (WPRI) — New Bedford will receive $600,000 in grants from the Environmental Protection Agency for Brownfield assessment and planning work, according to a news release from the New England Regional Office of the EPA. The grants will provide funding for planning future development projects and assessing existing properties. “This funding will allow the city to attract economic development and increased investments in our neighborhoods and infrastructure, directly aiding our efforts to revitalize and enhance our region,” said Congressman Bill Keating. The Payne Cutlery neighborhood is the focus of one of the grants, which allots $200,000 for continuing planning and development efforts, including opportunities for the Dawson Brewery Brownfield site and SouthCoast Rail construction sites. The second grant provides $400,000 for city-wide evaluation, which will be used for assessing properties in the city’s Upper Harbor District. “The City and community share a vision to redevelop this area into a Riverwalk,” the release stated, “providing the target community access to the waterfront and sparking investment in and redevelopment of underutilized mill buildings and former... The funds will be used to assess these properties to begin the planning process for these developments. The Brownfields Program, which focuses on redevelopment of contaminated and abandoned waste sites, has previously awarded New Bedford more than $4. 1 million. “These grants provide the city with much needed resources to further this administration’s focus on creating and sustaining healthier and economically thriving communities,” said New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell. The program plans to fund $10. 3 million in grants throughout New England in 2015 to promote community development, job creation and environmental protection. Source: wpri.com
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A small piece of New Zealand history from one of the first official British explorations of the Antartic region is up for sale on TradeMe. The silver dessert spoon, which left Lyttelton Harbour with explorers Robert Scott and Ernest Shackleton as they
“I was a little surprised [the England head coach] Trevor Bayliss allowed Alastair Cook to have a deep point for as long as he did,” said Smith, who has previously played under Bayliss at New South Wales. “It was a good pitch to bat on but I thought
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