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New Zealand were closing in on a comprehensive victory over the West Indies in the first Test Saturday, needing a further 109 runs with nine wickets in hand at lunch on the final day.
President Xi Jinping has said to PM John Key that mutual trust and trade co-operation are the twin engines of partnership.
Rolling Stones announced on Wednesday that they're due to tour Australia and New Zealand next year, with five shows in Asia kicking off proceedings before they head down under.
Carol Harwood bears a few bruises, her forearms are sore and there's a constant dull ache around her left eye, but she knows things could have been a lot worse had she not been wearing her cycling helmet.
A five year plan for the Antonine Wall World Heritage Site has been launched aimed at making it a top international tourist draw.
So it's a dreich autumn day in rural Scotland. The rain's getting heavier, and the light's starting to close in.
OPEN: Staff from Christchurch's Regent Centre and Christchurch Information Centre come together to celebrate the reopening of the centre with Judith Plumley, John Tether, Sara Stewart-Haddow and Cllr Peter Hall The council has officially transferred the management and day-to-day running of the information centre to the Regent Centre theatre and ... (more)
However, the vast majority of potential passengers living in the airport's catchment area travel to Edinburgh or Glasgow for flights.
Large parts of the UK have been warned to brace themselves for terrible weather conditions today, with gale-force winds and the most serious tidal surge for 30 years threatening to flood the east coast of England.
New Zealand's artist for the 2013 Venice Biennale, Bill Culbert, in the doorway of the New Zealand pavilion in Venice.
Last week, you came along with us as we explored the harbor-side property of Auckland's Sofitel Viaduct Harbour .
New Zealand businesses are once again in the mix in the annual Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific index of the region's fastest growing tech businesses, with 40 making the list and 16 in the top 100.
A fiery staff meeting has been held regarding the show's direction, and the advice of external consultants sought in a bid to redefine the show and retain its audience.
A flight to Glasgow was forced to abort two landing attempts in Scotland before being diverted to Manchester as gale force winds battered the North.
Australian Customs and Border Protection hopes for 80% of all Australian and New Zealand passport holders to be able to use SmartGate by the end of 2013.
High winds and rain are causing havoc with transport, with those intending to travel by road, rail and air all affected.
Services along the mainline, which can be accessed from Lincolnshire, are also being affected by debris on the tracks near Wakefield.