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Holiday Critic offers Reviews on Holiday Destinations and Accommodation throughout the world. Real Reviews from real people.

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David Cunliffe has described the critic as "dishonourable and lacking in integrity".
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Holiday Detours for July 4th and Gay Pride Parades
Two parades fire up this holiday weekend, and we can’t have total fabulous celebrations without some headaches from commuter congestion and detour drama. So just breathe. Straight from Via’s website, here is the reroute plan in place: The Leon Valley Fourth of July Parade marches down Huebner Road, Evers Road, and Poss Road. The following detours will be in effect for the duration of the parade ...
Nash denies being anonymous Cunliffe critic
Labour candidate Stuart Nash denies being the anonymous source critical of leader David Cunliffe.
The Criterion Collection Sets Fellini, Sluizer, Tati and Welles for October
The Criterion Collection has today announced two new single titles, two Blu-ray upgrades and a six-film box set for release this October! Check out the new cover art along with a full list of extra features for each in the gallery viewer below with special features detailed underneath.
Molesters or heroes?
Salman Khan in Kick and Akshay Kumar in Holiday continue the Bollywood tradition of sexually harassing their heroines under the guise of humour and romance
Books about France: holiday reading guide
Recommended reading for visitors to France, compiled by Michael Kerr
Afghan president’s cousin assassinated by suicide bomber
A teenager detonated a bomb hidden in his turban, killing Hashmat Khalil Karzai, Afghan officials said.
'As Long As They Want To Play': Newport Jazz At 60
Since its inception in 1954, the event has survived rainstorms, genre wars and a few near-riots. Producer George Wein says it survives for the same reason jazz does — the musicians love to perform.