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Holiday Collection Solutions – Issue 106

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Colossus 170 Competition Solutions

Enigma Crossword Competition winner for June 2017

Congratulations to Jo Bailey, winner of last month’s Enigma online crossword competition. Jo will receive a $100 Prize Cheque, courtesy of Lovatts Crosswords & Puzzles.

BIG Competition Solutions – Issue 292

Hello – June 2017

The Channel Tunnel, known as the Chunnel, is an undersea tunnel beneath the English Channel, linking England to France. It runs from Folkestone in Kent to Coquelles near Calais and has the longest undersea portion of any tunnel in the world. It stretches underground for 31 miles. The tunnelling started in [more…]

BIG Winners (Issue 291)

THE DEMON
1 x Starview Wedge Telescope
Danielle Blackie, Cannonvale QLD.

2 x $50 Cash
Edna Fowler, Woonona NSW; Mick Cawley, Chipping Norton NSW.

BIGCASH
10 x $50 Cash
Denise Bradley, Glendalough WA; Lloy Harris, Oak Park Vic; Jeanette Mitchell, Traralgon Vic; Mary Johnson, Leeston NZ; Jan Maltby, Paynesville Vic; Stella Dally, Rankin Park NSW; Marlene Sokolich, Auckland NZ; [more…]

Enigma Crossword Competition winner for May 2017

Congratulations to Faye Roberts, winner of last month’s Enigma online crossword competition. Faye will receive a $100 Prize Cheque, courtesy of Lovatts Crosswords & Puzzles.

SUPER SUDOKU Winners (143)

CASH CONTEST 2 X-FACTOR
3 x $50 Cash
Jill Briggs, Auckland NZ; Selena Jones, Dunedin NZ; Rosemarie Moran, Marsden Park NSW.

CASH CONTEST 3 KILLER SUDOKU
3 x $50 Cash
Claudia Elia, Maribyrnong VIC; Gillian King, Otorohanga NZ; Philippa Whyte, Elermore Vale NSW.

CASH CONTEST 1 SUPER
3 x $50 Cash
Leonard Andrews, Red Beach NZ; Christine Billing, [more…]

Hello – May 2017

You may have come across various art terms or architectural descriptions as clues in our crosswords, such as ‘Ornate art style’ for BAROQUE or ‘Medieval architectural style’ for GOTHIC. Yet it’s interesting to realise that these terms were all originally created as insults, by contemporaries who didn’t appreciate the new [more…]