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TONIGHT overnight min 13
Fine, apart from isolated showers about
the ranges, some heavy. Light winds.
Mostly cloudy, with morning rain south of
the Glaciers and a few afternoon showers
further north. Light winds.
Fine, apart from morning cloud. Light
Fine with light winds.
Mainly fine, late cloud. Southeasterlies
Fine, but evening showers with S.
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QUICK PUZZLE NO. 11500
7. Disable (12)
8. Plan (6)
9. Customer (6)
10. Business (7)
12. Compel (5)
15. Danger (5)
16. Green (7)
18. Plod (6)
20. Again (6)
22. Fall apart (12)
1. Story (8)
2. Destiny (4)
3. Wine (7)
4. Bit (5)
5. Flower (8)
6. Thin (4)
11. Juvenile (8)
13. Penitent (8)
14. Umpire (7)
17. Entity (5)
19. Boorish (4)
21. Remedy (4)
CRYPTIC PUZZLE NO. 11500
7. “Up to date” will do for the time being (12). 8. Should
the animal be sick, will attack (6). 9. The female in the
dug-out was full of enthusiasm (6). 10. Like the rain when
one’s playing golf? (7). 12. The usual farm animals (5).
15. stop to get a key, in case (5). 16. Told to re-do when
off colour (7). 18. Do put the painting in a box (6). 20.
Stirring, yet poignant (6). 22. The trip in that leaflet that
came through the letter-box? (8,4).
1. “Keep,” as opposed to “dish out” (8). 2. Mount when
the stake is raised (4). 3. Obviously pleased I’m back, but
shy about it (7). 4. Follow and try to remain hidden (5). 5.
in class, ready, with the tape (8). 6. A purchaser, you say,
for the shed (4). 11. They call at five, is it, or a quarter
after? (8). 13. Makes a lot of money as a char? (6,2). 14.
What might make your future perfect? (7). 17. Nose out?
Not us! (5). 19. Saucy, in the main (4). 21. Examine the
hollow bar (4).
QUICK PUZZLE NO. 11499 - SOLUTIONS
Across - 6, Appropriate. 7, Ogre. 8, Primrose. 9, Rescue.
10, Tickle. 12, Gratis. 15, Treaty. 17, Scorpion. 19, Reel.
Down - 1, Uppercut. 2, Couple. 3, Artist. 4, Fair. 5, Wea-
sel. 6, Argue. 11, Clearing. 13, Recede. 14, Skinny. 15,
Tingled. 16. Tweed. 18, Ruse.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE NO. 11499 - SOLUTIONS
Across - 6, Rent control. 7, Post. 8, Oppos-it-e. 9, Stands.
10, Defers. 12, Pa-ten-t. 15, Malic-e. 17, Misnomer (anag).
19, Cold. 20, Anaesthetic.
Down - 1,Instance (anag). 2, A-cross. 3, Sni-p-ed. 4, I-ris
(anag). 5, S-later. 6, (kanga)Roo’s-t(ail). 11, Felicity. 13,
Anim-al. 14, T-am-est. 15, Mar-shy. 16, Col-i-c 18, N-
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Jeremy Clarkson is
considering quitting the BBC, even if he
is cleared of allegations he punched a Top
Clarkson, who is currently suspended
from the corporation after allegedly
punching producer Oisin Tymon, is
understood to be considering quitting
the corporation, even if he is cleared of
the charges. His relationship with key
BBC executives has sunk so low that he
is unsure it can be salvaged, a source close
to the presenter told RadioTimes.com .
Today he joked with reporters outside
his London home that he was “just off to
the job centre”.
The “fracas” between Clarkson and
Tymon took place while filming on
location last week. Clarkson, who is
already on his “final warning” at the
BBC, is alleged to have swung a punch at
Tymon after being told there was no hot
food available after a day ’s filming.
The BBC has since postponed the final
three episodes of the series and is refusing
to be drawn on whether the programme
a serious commercial boon for the
BBC — can sur vive this incident, with
or without Clarkson. “ The last three
episodes of this series have been pulled.
Can I see him going back to film another
BBC series? I don’t think so. But he’ ll be
fine. The other broadcasters will bite his
arm off,” the source said.
Clarkson is understood to have told
friends that he did not punch Tymon, but
that there had been some “handbags and
pushing” over the incident.
The development comes as a petition
to reinstate Clarkson passed 330,000
signatures, with Top Gear fans rushing to
support the presenter.
Clarkson joined Top Gear in 1988.
The presenter has been embroiled in
controversy after controversy in the time
he has appeared on the car show, and
marked himself out as a challenger of
Last year alone, he apologised for using
the racial slur “n*****” in an un-aired Top
Gear segment, and almost sparked a riot
in Argentina after he drove a Porsche
with the number plate H982 FKL, which
was regarded as a deliberate reference to
the Falklands War of 1982.
However, his departure from the
programme would pose huge challenges
for the BBC. It is also not yet clear
whether the presenter has any non-
compete clauses in his contract, which
would restrict him entering into
agreements with other broadcasters.
The BBC has still not finalised the
arrangements for Clarkson’s disciplinary
hearing, but it is understood to want to
move quickly. The corporation is expected
to set the wheels in motion before the
weekend, as the presenter has a weekly
column in the Sunday Times, which he
has used to address previous Top Gear
controversies. — New Zealand Herald
Johnny Depp has been forced to
return to America to have surgery
after he was injured on location
for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead
Men Tell No Tales, according to
The actor, who is reprising his role
as Captain Jack Sparrow for a fifth
time, began filming the new Pirates
film last month.
Despite earlier reports, Variety
has confirmed the actor was not
injured on set, however, it has not
been revealed how exactly the actor
did injure himself.
Production will continue without
the star for the coming weeks and
is not expected to delay the fil m’s
schedule, which is due for release in
July 2017. — New Zealand Herald
Rocker Jimmy Page has won his
battle with Robbie Williams as the
pop singer has apparently dropped
plans to renovate his west London
Williams submitted a proposal to
local planning chiefs for permission
to modernise his £17.5 million
($NZ35.7 million) mansion by
building a costly extension.
However, the Led Zeppelin
guitarist, who lives nearby, penned a
strongly worded letter to London’s
Kensington and Chelsea Council
officials, expressing concerns that
the constant drilling may damage
his home, which he has owned
Page hired a team of architecture
experts to back claims that the
vibrations would affect the property,
but it now appears Williams has
dropped his application as the
architects behind his proposed
project have withdrawn the plans.
Depp hurt on location in Australia
Page wins house war with Williams
‘I’m just off to the job centre’ jokes Clarkson
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