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The latest dairy auction was a mixed bag, but New Zealand's key indicator, whole milk powder, made a slight rise. Although the GlobalDairyTrade price index fell 1.4 per cent at last night's auction, the price for New Zealand's key product, whole milk ...
The campervan was destroyed after a fire took hold while it was travelling near Matamata. A man who suffered burns to more than 50 per cent of his body when a campervan burst into flames, killing his partner, has died in hospital.
The roots of World Press Freedom Day began in Namibia's capital 25 years ago, when the Windhoek Declaration on global press freedom was crafted at a seminar for African journalists organized by Unesco - the United Nations Economic, Scientific and ...
The pregnant wife of an All Black says two people threatened they would "punch the baby out of your stomach" during a road rage incident.
Ford Australia may be facing a huge class action thanks to an alleged transmission fault in some of its small cars. Lawyers claim the Fiesta hatch, the Focus and the Eurosport SUV are defective because of their harsh automatic gearboxes.
A Featherston property has been sold to a company owned by Hollywood director James Cameron. Photo / Getty Images. A Featherston property in the town's central business district has been sold to a company owned by Hollywood director James Cameron.
The man whose life mission was to built a replica of a stuning 4500-year-old lyre has died. Katikati man John Knotts, 75, died on Monday afternoon after battling incurable heart disease.
Pahurehure Inlet Protection Society committee member Murray Kidd, left, and Papakura Local Board deputy chairman Michael Turner are welcoming the construction of a new section of the Pahurehure Inlet walkway.
There are hopes in Tonga that the numbers of women in politics will be boosted by upcoming local government elections; What some NGOs are doing to cope with declining assistance from traditional donors; The United Nations helps make big improvements ...
Late last year he pleaded not guilty to the charges relating to four patients. Five charges were for stupefying and eight were for indecent assault.
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