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Chinese company Shanghai Pengxin has confirmed that it is aiming to buy a $70 million farm in the central North Island, which would be the second-largest foreign purchase of New Zealand land.
Springing ahead: Taranaki's Hudson Simons, 22 months, checks out the daffodils already growing at the bottom of Marsland Hill in New Plymouth.
Broods only started writing music together last year, but the brother-sister duo are being tipped as New Zealand's next big musical exports.
Christchurch tunnel in Arras, France was built by the NZ Engineers Tunnelling Company.
New Zealanders now have more television viewing options at lower prices, as internet TV services start and existing platforms react to protect their territory.
Police were notified of the fatal crash on State Highway 3, near the Newbury Line and Rangitikei Line, at 5.55am today.
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels New Zealand has reported a sharply reduced profit after tax of $6.22 million for the half year to June 30, down from $9m a year earlier.
The parents of a teenager killed in Oamaru four years ago are dumbfounded and outraged over a High Court verdict that found their son's killer guilty of manslaughter, not murder.
A 23-year-old man has been charged with two offences in relation to an alleged home invasion which occurred at a Napier address at the weekend.
WILLIAM Rhodes-Moorhouse, of Parnham House in Beaminster, was the first airman to be awarded the VC and few stories that lie behind Britain's most prestigious gallantry medal could be more moving.
Chorus is in the Court of Appeal challenging a High Court decision that upheld a Commerce Commission price regulation for broadband delivered over the copper wire network.
New Zealand is one of the first countries in the world to experience photo and video messaging app, Bolt, created by Instagram.
Obesity in New Zealand is a ticking timebomb and it should be classed as a disability, says Marlborough's new disability spokesman.
Australian company Talent2 has been dumped from its own ill-starred Novopay teachers' payroll system in what Labour says is a bid by the Government to draw a line under the debacle before the election.
An armed man fired at police officers, tried to hold up three vehicles and led police on a car chase in the Bay of Plenty before being arrested overnight.
A short time later the vehicle was located in Whakamarama, however as police approached the vehicle it sped off towards Tauranga.
Seniors at a New Zealand retirement home show what it means to be "Happy" in a recreation of Pharrell Williams' hit song.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 02:49 am
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