Nelson Leader : January 9th 2014
WEATHER CROSSWORD TOP 10 YOUR STARS THE TOP 10 1. What are a group of foxes called - a skulk, a den or a drove? 2. On 16 September 1905, New Zealand’s rugby team began its first tour of which country? 3. Who was born Jennifer Anastassakis? 4. How many sides of a scalene triangle are equal? 5. Sir Harold Beauchamp, donor of £45,000 for the building of the National Art Gallery and Museum in 1936, was the father of which New Zealand writer? 6. Which game was invented by Alfred Butts - Monopoly, Scrabble or Trivial Pursuit? 7. Brazil and which other country in South America begins with B? 8. New Zealand’s worst mining disaster was in 1896 when 65 men died in a West Coast mine. What was the name of the mine? 9. Which general had his “last stand” at the Battle of the Little Big Horn? 10. Which animal has the top speed - rabbit, cat or grizzly bear? THE NELSON LEADER, JANUARY 9, 2014 15 SUDOKU NZ CROSSWORD Made to share, bought to devour. Fresh Artisan bread, baked for BBQs NELSON•193 Hardy Street •OPEN 7 DAYS•Mon-Fri from 7am, Sat-Sun from 7.30am 1. A skulk, 2. Britain,3. Jennifer Aniston,4. None, 5. Katherine Mansfield, 6. Scrabble, 7. Bolivia, 8. Brunner Mine, 9. Custer, 10. Rabbit.
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