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AUSTRALIAN Treasurer Joe Hockey is going to "have a look" at some of the welfare issues facings Kiwis living in Australia.
6 hrs ago | Falkirk Herald
Director Carole Brown was stunned to be told the delay in providing a phone line to her new premises was due to the Commonwealth Games.
Vana Coleman and Fi Scott toured Scotland in a VW Campervan visiting manufacturers including weavers Peter Greig & Co in Kirkcaldy.
A six-level office and retail building with 22 tenants extending over two streets on a high-profile Parnell leasehold site is for sale for $4.6 million offering about twice the average yield for the area - and with opportunity to expand.
Lynda Patterson clung to the hope that a start would be made on a new cathedral for Christchurch within her second 10 years in the city.
Wellington.Scoop The 43rd Wellington Film Festival began tonight with the premiere of a strongly moving new New Zealand film - The Dark Horse - with a standing ovation from the full house for producer Tom Hern, director James Napier Robertson and star Cliff Curtis.
Electronic swipe cards could become the norm for Nelson's public bus service, but passengers will have to wait until 2016 for the technology upgrade.
VISITORS to Scotland have been showing a taste for typical produce like shortbread and haggis, with four in ten of them buying food or drink to take home, figures have shown.
A new Chinese version of WellingtonNZ.com that's gone live today is vital to driving further growth out of New Zealand's second largest visitor market, says Positively Wellington Tourism Chief Executive David Perks.
The Catlins Traverse Walk is on a bucket list of the top 33 activities in New Zealand, compiled by a leading German travel company.
The $2.4 billion Waikato Expressway has reached another milestone with the New Zealand Transport Agency board committing $458 million to complete the Huntly section.
The Earth sings every day, with an electric chorus. With the right tuning, radios can eavesdrop on this sizzling symphony of crackles, pops and whistles - the melody of millions of lightning bolts.
There's been the ice, snow and dry valleys of Antarctica and the desert of Saudi Arabia.
Online retail sales growth is slowing and 19 out of every 20 New Zealand purchases are still made in a shop, says an expert who raised questions about digital influence over shopping centres.
Defined by a passion for service, Rydges is a dynamic family of hotels and resorts that accommodates over one million guests each year in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
THE 298 victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash were remembered at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony with a silence led by Alex Salmond.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 06:36 am
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