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Emily Blunt appears in a scene from The Girl on the Train. (DreamWorks Pictures/Universal Pictures via AP)
Emily Blunt appears in a scene from The Girl on the Train. (DreamWorks Pictures/Universal Pictures via AP)

DRINK IT: This week a refreshed L&P has hit shelves, with the biggest change to the iconic Kiwi brand in more than 10 years. Not only has the design and packaging had a facelift, but the range will also receive a new limited edition family member - L&P Chilli & Lime - a unique taste perfectly timed for summer.

HEAR IT: Local lad Jordi Webber has launched his first solo single. The talented Rotorua boy shot to fame when he was selected as a member of New Zealand's first boy band Titanium. Since leaving the band he's been focused on his own sound - and last week launched I'll Be Loving You. You can check it out on Spotify or get it via iTunes.

EAT IT: Mother Earth has launched a new low Gi nut mix creating the altimate power snack. It's a delicious mix of freshly batch roasted cashews, almonds and hazelnuts combined with dried apricots and dark chocolate. The mix has a GI value of 11 as tested by the Department of Nutrition at the University of Otago.

WATCH IT:Based on the best-selling novel by Paula Hawkins, The Girl on the Train is an electrifying thriller directed by Tate Taylor (The Help) and starring Emily Blunt. Released this week, the story follows Rachel (Blunt), devastated by her recent divorce, who spends her daily commute fantasising about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day, until one morning she sees something shocking happen there and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds.

DO IT: Have you voted for your health board, district and regional council candidates and mayor? Today is polling day - your voting documents must be at the council before 12 noon. Preliminary results (i.e. once all 'ordinary' votes are counted) will be available as soon as possible afterwards - keep an eye on rotoruadailypost.co.nz for results later today.

- Rotorua Daily Post

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