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Miners and other resources industries aren't just ATMs for everyone else to draw from says Gina Rinehart in her resource industry address.
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A 7-year-old girl has been banned from entering New Zealand with her adopted parents because authorities say she is too sick to live here.
Atlantic recording artist Cody Simpson has revealed details of his anticipated new album.
Tourists awaiting connecting flights wait in a smokers' shelter at Christchurch Airport after being kicked out of the international terminal.
A trans-Tasman hunk clash has been confirmed for the rural bachelor competition at this year's National Agricultural Fieldays.
Rio Tinto said Friday it was putting up for sale the biggest "red" diamond ever produced by its Australian mine amid an "explosion" in demand from Asia for the rare pink-hued stones.
The Newman-led Queensland Government was reported to be seriously considering imposing a flood levy in next month's budget, which highly baffled the Australian federal government.
The federal government has been accused of sneaking mandatory web filtering through the back door after one of its agencies inadvertently blocked 1200 websites using a little-known law.
NUKU'ALOFA, 17th May 2013 - - Today Tonga's National ICT Day showcased the advent of high-speed internet in July, under the first phase of the Pacific Regional Connectivity Project supported by the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank .
A 19-year-old man is receiving treatment for gunshot wounds after about five Papua New Guinea soldiers allegedly opened fire on him and two other West Papuans.
Armed men broke into a U.N. outpost in a buffer zone separating Israel and Syria and abducted three U.N military observers, the U.N. peacekeeping chief said Thursday.
No one won Wednesday night's Powerball drawing, which is good news for somebody: There will be an even bigger drawing on Saturday night.
One of the stars of Peter Jackson's The Hobbit has made an unexpected journey of his own, reportedly returning to Nelson as part of filming for a documentary on New Zealand.
In this photo provided by Australian Capital Territory Municipal Services Minister Shane Rattenbury, blood trickles down Rattenbury's leg after he was attacked by a kangaroo, in Canberra, Australia, Thursday, May 16, 2013.