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3 hrs ago | International Business Times
New Zealand is set to increase its smart phone ownership to 90 per cent by 2018.
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7 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
It usually gets a run. This is likely given the ethnicity statistics recently released from our latest census.
10 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
A 68-year-old man has been caught with $1.5 million of methamphetamine in his luggage after being tricked by Nigerian internet scammers.
15 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
The Herald continues its profiles of 10 under-30-year-old finalists in the running as the paper's New Zealander of the Year The talented Hannah O'Neill has a lifetime contract with the world's pre-eminent academy, the Paris Opera Ballet company.
16 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
The New Zealand Retailers Association has reiterated its call for GST to be applied to all online purchases after the boss of Australasian clothing seller Hallenstein Glasson criticised the "failure" of the tax systems on both sides of the Tasman to collect the consumer tax on sales from overseas websites.
20 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
THE director of the NSA has defended the bulk gathering of metadata on phone calls, saying, 'There is no other way that we know of to connect the dots'.
Domestically, polls show he's been a popular leader. But during each of his big moments on the international stage, he seems to attract another small insult that feeds into a wider anxiety among New Zealanders that their country just isn't much noticed or taken seriously.
In this Nov. 24, 2010 file photo, Peter Whittall, then chief executive of Pike River Coal, speaks to the media after a second explosion in the coal mines in Greymouth, New Zealand.
National house prices rose $17,475 last month to reach a $425,000 median as prices in Auckland, Canterbury/Westland, Wellington and Waikato/Bay of Plenty surged ahead to new highs.
Soroptimist International President Ann Garvie communicated that she is truly delighted to announce the outcome of the election of Soroptimist International President-Elect to Yvonne Simpson from the Federation of the South West Pacific.
The death of a toddler who was run over by a relative in a Rotorua driveway was a tragic accident, a coroner says.
As they emerged from their latest conclave in Singapore, groggy no doubt with fatigue, the trade ministers of the 12 Trans Pacific Partnership countries had no deal to brandish but claimed at least to have identified potential "landing zones" on most of the key outstanding issues.
Andrew Austin is the Herald's former chief reporter and current editor of Hawke's Bay Today.
Earlier today, India restored a ban on gay sex that had been in place - with the exception of a four year period during which it was unconstitutional - since 1861, when it was a colony of ye goode olde England.
The newly created Crown agent, WorkSafe New Zealand, which starts operating on 16 December, faces a daunting and important task.
New mum Siulolo'vao Tupou with her newborn son Daksh in the maternity ward at Middlemore Hospital.
Baldwins Intellectual Property Partner Philip Thoreau was presented with the APAA Enduring Award at a recent ceremony in Vietnam.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the constitutional validity of the penal provision making gay sex an offence punishable with upto life imprisonment.