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2 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
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)
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3 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
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.
7 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
WE'RE becoming a nation of unit dwellers. With billions worth of developments underway, is it really worth buying off-the-plan? AUSTRALIA is becoming a nation of apartment dwellers with billions worth of developments either underway or proposed within the next five years in our capital cities.
11 hrs ago | National Public Radio
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.
According to a press release on 13 March 2014 by the Waka Ama NZ, "Rotorua's Blue Lake will play host to 95 schools as they paddle for the national title on their Waka Ama ."
GREENS leader Christine Milne is warning that coast-to-coast conservative governments would represent a "massive attack" on the environment.
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.
In a row reminiscent of a notorious incident just before a key federal poll, the Labor Party has been accused of whipping up racism against a Liberal candidate standing in a marginal seat in today's South Australian election.
Hepatitis A virus can remain infectious on the surface of fruit for months and transmit infection to other handlers and consumers.
Using a new, cutting-edge isotopic tool, researchers have reconstructed the temperature history of a climatically important region in the Pacific Ocean.
The thoroughly awesome Alliance Francaise French Film Festival wraps up in Auckland this Sunday, but there are still plenty of exciting screenings before then, and the festival continues throughout the rest of the country country until the end of April.
THIS is the horror scene where an Australian woman was held hostage, tied up with strips of tea towel and a mobile phone charger cord before her brother was brutally murdered in the next room.
Toa was nearly halfway through his two-year mission in the Guam area of Micronesia that he began in April 2013.
The National Government has been accused of "cronyism" over the handling of a donation from a wealthy businessman granted citizenship against official advice.
INGERS CROSSED: Tauhei dairy farmer Blair Jackson needs his paddocks saturated with water but too much rain too soon will be of little benefit.
Born and raised in Eugene, Julia Harvey got interested in marine biology as a second-grader at Spring Creek School.
Premier Jay Weatherill insists creating jobs is at the heart of what his Labor government is about, despite official figures showing South Australia's unemployment rate remains the worst of all the mainland states.