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Silva, a freshman from Toronto majoring in exercise science, ended the school year with a 3.97 GPA.
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3 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz
His grandmother was born a Kiwi, he's packed down in the front row of an All Blacks scrum of sorts, and he considers New Zealanders ''family''.
7 hrs ago | Scoop
"It hasn't really sunk in yet - I've had highs, lows, angry times, happy times - every emotion there is," offers Dunedin runner Glenn Sutton from the finish line of the Badwater 135 at Whitney Portal, near Lone Pine, California.
Mohan Nadkarni, a renowned Indian musicologist, died in Auckland, New Zealand, Tuesday following a brief illness, his son Dev said.
Max Currie grew up in Palmerston North, he went to Awatapu College and was a paperboy for the Manawatu Standard.
Studies show that compared to individuals who get eight hours' sleep, those who get less than seven hours' sleep a night have slower reaction times, are unco-ordinated, are less creative, make poorer decisions, have poor moods and don't get on as well with others.
ON SONG: Soprano Rebecca Nelson has come a long way since busking on Nelson's Trafalgar St after leaving quake-ravaged Christchurch.
The banter for the media was about the Bledisloe Cup and Christchurch's recovery when Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey was welcomed to the Beehive by Prime Minister John Key and Finance Minister Bill English this morning, but the rights of Kiwis in Australia will be on the agenda in behind closed doors discussions.
BIG FEAT: Tekapo man David Murray stands with the 1959 Piper Pacer he flew across the Tasman Sea.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand-New Zealand dairy firms are gradually being allowed to sell baby formula in China again following a clampdown that saw hundreds of brands shut out of the market earlier this year.
Labour Leader David Cunliffe says a Government he led would invest up to $200 million over four years in development projects aimed at resuscitating flagging regional economies.
Smartphone users will soon be using their phones as 'digital wallets' with new technology now allowing payments to be made through many Android devices.
IMPORTANT MOVE: Labour spokesman for housing Phil Twyford, left, helps Awarua Synergy underfloor insulation team leader Shannan Kapene make a southern home warmer.
Just how many Homer Simpson tattoos should a devoted fan have? Lee Weir has covered himself in 41 and this is a world record.
New Zealand's climbing community is in awe of the first solo ascent of a difficult South Island peak in Mt Aspiring National Park.
The Government's top-down policies are failing on domestic abuse, says a new report which calls for a national agency and regional hubs, writes Caleb Harris .
Via Xinhua, a very interesting report: Christchurch quakes take toll on survivors' mental health: study .
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 02:56 pm
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