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2 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz
American movie box office takings may be plummeting but New Zealanders are still flocking to the flicks, with top 20 takings remaining steady over the last two years.
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7 hrs ago | Scoop
There would be a bleak future for New Zealand's regions if a Labour/Greens/Internet/Mana Party coalition became Government after the next election, Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce says.
8 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
Make-up artist Lee Howden said the disgraced entertainer groped her when he was in Christchurch for a TV show in the 1980s Rolf Harris faces a new sex abuse probe after a New Zealander claimed the pervert assaulted her almost 30 years ago.
10 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Researchers at Auckland University are trying to uncover the secrets of successful ageing.
14 hrs ago | Manawatu Standard
A house fire over the weekend was an unfortunate reminder of the importance of not leaving cooking unattended, says a Palmerston North firefighter.
A $300 million cash swap from roads to railways is at the heart of New Zealand First's transport policy for the election, including restoring the Gisborne-Napier line, and looking at extending the Wellington line to Levin and into Wairarapa.
Yvonne Lorkin traversed the country to host a television series about Kiwi wine producers, and now takes a behind-the-scenes look at characters she met and places she visited along the way.
Vermin, food past its best before date and no hand-washing facilities in kitchens are just some of the horror stories uncovered in Invercargill eateries and shops.
At least a dozen families were in a welfare centre last night after one of the longest and most damaging storms in years lashed the country.
Hereford breeders have reclaimed market share against other beef breeds after a good bull-selling season, says PGG Wrightson genetics manager Bruce Orr.
A viticulture and winemaking student was sentenced yesterday for benefit fraud that allowed him to take more than $20,000 from Work and Income over two years.
Lisa Owen: Your book points out there is this huge range of incomes from region to region and you compare some of them to overseas countries, some have the dubious honour of being compared to Greece.
The next time there's a horrible news event, whether it's a missing plane, a natural disaster or a murder, you can bet someone is already plotting the fictionalised version.
The burden of relief for the uninsured should never again fall on taxpayers, the majority of whom have voluntarily taken out insurance.
Park Road Post Production, a premier post production facility based in Wellington, New Zealand, has recently invested in a new MADI solution from DirectOut Technologies to improve workflow in the mix area.
Emergency crews are providing assistance through the night and are urging anyone seeking shelter or assistance to contact their local district council FNDC 0800 920 029 or in the case of an emergency call 111.
The seafood industry has weighed in with a strong submission against Golden Bay-based Chatham Rock Phosphate's application to suction-mine the Chatham Rise.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 07:41 pm
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