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The ship Ipipiri, which has 30 cabins will be permanently based in Auckland from September, berthed in the Viaduct harbour.
The cardboard cathedral has been transformed into a place of remembrance for the "generous, humorous and extremely intelligent" Christchurch Dean Lynda Patterson.
After showers clear this afternoon Aucklanders can expect sunshine which will continue into Wednesday, MetService spokeswoman Elke Louw said.
Guitar too precious for baggage hold Guitarist Ben Eldridge has been flying around New Zealand for the past two weekends as part of Kiwi band Luckless on an album release tour.
And that was down to two things, visiting Royal Conservatoire of Scotland head of vocal performance Prof Stephen Robertson said in Dunedin yesterday.
About 500 international exchange students and 16,000 full fee-paying international students attend New Zealand schools each year.
Sonya Burgess and Brooke Merrick study Maori words on display in a Countdown store in central Auckland.
BETTER LIFE: Crofton Lulu left the Solomon Islands 13 years ago during a time of ethnic tension and came to Auckland, where he warmed immediately to the multicultural society.
LAST POST: Veteran postie, now mail sorter, Olive Cassidy will be made redundant from the NZ Post mail centre on Duke St, Hamilton.
It'll be rather a cloudy start, with mist in places. However, it'll soon brighten up - mist will clear and cloud will thin and break, allowing good sunny spells to develop once again.
A seven-strong shoal of red-bellied piranhas that had outgrown a home aquarium in Dumfries and Galloway is settling in to new surroundings.
It is 50 years since the Queen officially opened the herbarium and library building at Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden.
IT'S A STOCK soundbite that the population of Edinburgh doubles during August, as performers, festival workers, agents and PR execs, journalists and reviewers, show-goers and tourists descend upon the city for the month.
A 16-year-old boy is being treated for a fractured skull after an incident in Glasgow's east end.
CALEDONIAN MacBrayne will be carrying a weary load on many of its west coast services today.
Temperatures are likely to climb as high as between 25C and 26C across the country, while parts of England are expected to enjoy temperatures of around 30C from Wednesday.
A visiting New Zealand tourist has been rescued from Ben's Walk west of Nowra after falling while on a bushwalk.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:00 am
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