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The comic ballet CoppA©lia is next on the Royal New Zealand Ballet's programme, opening in Wellington on April 17. This 21st century version, staged by RNZB ballet master Martin Vedel, is unique, with the presentation sharpened up while retaining its core messages of love, devotion and friendship.
Te Tuhi's new show explores the plight of tourist paradise the Maldives Islands as its residents prepare for an enforced exile due to climate change, Adam Gifford writes When Soren Dahlgaard was planning his work for the 2013 Venice Biennale on the effect of climate change on the Maldive Islands, high tides were covering St Mark's Square with a ... (more)
We were just the width of a wobble board away from becoming a state of Australia at the time of that country's federation in 1901.
Five of Palmerston North's vacant state house buildings are to be demolished next month because they are potentially earthquake prone, Housing NZ has announced.
The Union Jack may not last long in the New Zealand flag. NPR's Jacki Lyden talks to journalist Tim Watkin about the flag, which some see as a symbol of British colonialism.
If you thought Atlante's first-up run in Sydney was too much of a gut-buster to make him a chance in today's A$605,000 Randwick Guineas, trainer Murray Baker's advice is think again.
A man has been arrested after allegedly pointing a gun at his flatmate during a dispute in the Bay of Plenty.
Pauline Boyd, 61, will become one of the first women in the country to undergo breast tissue expansion.
Hepatitis A virus can remain infectious on the surface of fruit for months and transmit infection to other handlers and consumers.
Uber summery, electro-pop New Zealanders The Naked and Famous are returning to Cambridge Junction on the last leg of their worldwide In Rolling Waves tour.
Motorists stranded just north of Kawakawa survey the damage to SH11 after ex-tropical cyclone Wilma battered the Far North, January 29, 2011.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.
Health Minister Tony Ryall said bowel screenings had led to a diagnosis of cancer in people who had no symptoms.
The National Government has been accused of "cronyism" over the handling of a donation from a wealthy businessman granted citizenship against official advice.
From enamelled flies to typography to decorating the streets in lei, New Zealands most promising young designers and world-renowned jewellers will be making their mark in three major exhibitions in Germany.
The Government said shares in Genesis Energy would be priced in a $1.35 to $1.65 range and would include a one for 15 loyalty bonus share offer for New Zealand investors.