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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday May 7 2015
www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, May 7, 2015 — 25 TAURUS You begin to grow curious about new places and new personalities. There is an irresistible urge to be independent. A lucky streak lasts through the weekend. Communication is a problem on the weekend. GEMINI A loved one may seem a little remote. What is important is that he/she knows you care. Outdoor recreation is favoured all week, but be careful in tackling outdoor repairs. CANCER This is a great week for reviewing recent events and examining current priorities. A remark you overhear or an incident you witness, could help you make a key decision. Be more generous in sharing the limelight. LEO Finance is accented through the week. A budget review, a choice investment opportunity and a chance to sell ideas are all indicated. An overdue announcement or surprise newsletter may arrive by the weekend. VIRGO Your partner’s possessive streak surfaces. You could feel your style is being cramped. A friend surprises you with far out ideas – and they could help you solve a major problem. LIBRA Tempers may heat up in the work environment and for a change, you may have to bend a little. Financial projects started now should have happy results. You may find neighbours paying spontaneous calls. SCORPIO The week is highlighted by a breakthrough in a communication problem. Perhaps you can get in touch with that disappearing person? A surprise guest could tire you on the weekend – perhaps with laughter. SAGITTARIUS It’s uncanny how easily you put your foot in your mouth this week - and the worst thing to do is to make apologies. Someone who admires you makes the first move. A financial bonanza could arrive soon. CAPRICORN The week is off to a bright start. Watch that you don’t volunteer too often – you are in an extremely giving mood. The time is right for at least one major decision. AQUARIUS A conflict with someone who’s a lot like you may be unavoidable, but romantic uncertainties diminish and career prizes are within your reach. Sports events are favoured on the weekend. PISCES A dash of adventure and a splash of colour – this could be one of your most exciting weekends. Think twice before accepting any ego flattering offer. Watch out for irresponsible borrowers this week. ARIES Delays, rearranged plans and unexpected guests are part of the present week – and you may be ready for a holiday. In love, recent uncertainties clear up and you and a mate achieve deeper understandings. Sudoku NO. 131 Horoscope Your Zodiac forecast for the week ahead ACROSS 7. Theatrical (12) 8. Soaked (6) 9. Bird (6) 10. Colour (7) 12. Delightful (5) 15. Pluck (5) 16. Nationality (7) 18. Villa (6) 20. Revolve (6) 22. Flaw (12) DOWN 1. Explode (8) 2. Daring (4) 3. Rock (7) 4. Idol (5) 5. Benchmark (8) 6. Top (4) 11. Container (8) 13. Place (8) 14. Strut (7) 17. Begin (5) 19. Greet (4) 21. Ceremony (4) ACROSS 7. Dear Sir? (6,6). 8. Shut up and find a way through the morass (6). 9. Kid the dentist has to be wary of? (6). 10. Haggled, but footed the bill (7). 12. Rest the feet, say (5). 15. Does paper work for a time inside, for a change (5). 16. The row that had gone before wasn’t forgotten (7). 18. Charm is a man- trap (6). 20. Tell you it’s dead on, again (6). 22. Tried being long- winded (4,2,6). DOWN 1. Went off when the material had dried (8). 2. It means you’re keeping your word after all (4). 3. Bearing a stamp with two men’s names (7). 4. Think it’s nothing to fret about (5). 5. Sounds like a sleeping- bag for the hiker (8). 6. Desire to be seen as part of your generation (4). 11. The sand’s running out freely in it, which surprises one (8). 13. As we turn the rest out in warm clothing (8). 14. From which you caught the cycling bug? (7). 17. Rot, yes, after a month (5). 19. The man standing the drink (4). 21. Pull up to give a ride to (4). 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