Category Archives: Wednesday

Since the beginning of 2010, Wednesday’s regular setter is Jeremy Mutch who has visited the blog as Jay. During 2009, Jay set almost all the Thursday puzzles.

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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28231

Hints and tips by 2Kiwis

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Kia ora from down-under. We are an hour later getting to grips with this puzzle. We put our clocks forward one hour last weekend. This means that it appears at noon for us now for a few weeks until UK clocks revert to GMT.… Read More

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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28225

Hints and tips by KiwiColin

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Kia ora from down-under. Last week we talked about viewing a distant mountain. Today’s story is a complete contrast. We were away last weekend at Ohakune with family who had hired a house so they could go skiing again on Mt Ruapehu.… Read More

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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28219

Hints and tips by 2Kiwis

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Kia ora from down-under. On our regular walks on the beach we always take a look towards the NW horizon. If the conditions are perfect we can occasionally see Mt Taranaki (aka Mt Egmont).… Read More

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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28213

Hints and tips by 2Kiwis

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Kia ora from down-under. We still haven’t seen our first ducklings but will keep looking. Spring is doing its usual Spring thing, totally variable. We’ve had a few fine days but another cold southerly blast is reminding us that winter woollies should not be put into storage just yet.… Read More

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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28207

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Kia ora from down-under. Our Spring officially starts tomorrow so that means that the little game we play on our regular walks of “Spotting the first  duckling” will get under way.… Read More

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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28201

Hints and tips by KiwiColin

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One member of our team is away in the capital meeting up with a friend of many years so it is a solo flight for KiwiColin today. After a run of clear sunny days, that gave some of our family fantastic skiing conditions last weekend, it has turned colder again.  … Read More

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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28195

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Recently we, like many of you we guess, have been rather absorbed in the goings-on in Rio. We have been noting how well Team GB has been doing and have even found ourselves cheering them on at times.… Read More

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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28189

Hints and tips by 2Kiwis

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What are we going to talk about this week? The fresh snow, brought by the cold snap last weekend, that now blankets the hills to the east of us making them look like real moutains.… Read More

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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28183

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Today seems to be one of those days when everything happens at once. Arranging quotes to have double-glazing installed, getting a satellite dish installed, buying online some golf clubs for a friend and making pumpkin soup for visitors coming tomorrow all seem to be encroaching on blog writing time.… Read More

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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28177

Hints and tips by 2Kiwis

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It is nice to be home again and back to our usual routine after a brief sojourn in the South Island. It is a good feeling to think,”Wednesday once more and another Jay puzzle to solve, blog and enjoy”. … Read More