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The opening preview for this year's Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has "gone down a storm and wowed audiences", organisers said.
The most instrusive and powerful tools in the United States' electronic spying armoury were being lined up for installation in New Zealand last year, according to a document obtained by the Herald .
When asked where her favourite place in Auckland is, of course Katie Lockhart's answer is her own home.
Plastic gets a bad rap but Italian-based contemporary furniture company Kartell has been making iconic, elegant plastic pieces since 1948.
In this week's episode of Election 2014, a distinguished philosopher and a world champion squash player meet in 18th century France.
"Marchers from Wellington Students for Justice in Palestine intend to lay memorials at the Rabin memorial in Harris Street during a protest rally on Saturday.
AN Australian Commonwealth Games weightlifter has been ordered to pay 400 compensation to a Welsh athlete after he admitted headbutting him.
Free-spending conventioneers could be a big earner for New Zealand's tourism industry.
New Zealand wine producer Villa Maria has launched what it claims is "the first comprehensive regional vineyard app", allowing users to take a virtual tour of its various sites.
The government has unveiled new principles aimed at tackling "ridiculous" delivery charges faced by shoppers in remote parts of the UK.
Charles, who is known as the Duke of Rothesay in Scotland, will visit North Highland College land-based centre for game keeping and veterinary nursing in Halkirk today.
Scotland's two national parks encompass some of the country's most celebrated landscapes and attract almost five million visitors a year.
The NHS is to come under increasing strain in the coming years after new predictions that the number of much older pensioners living alone in Scotland will more than double.
Sara Bareilles will be playing one show in Auckland on 26 September. Jess McAllen talks to the punchy-piano singer whose Grammy nominated album The Blessed Unrest is like a series of well-written - and even better sung - diary entries.
CHEERS, KENNY: He's 75, he's sold more than 120 million albums, and he recently played to a crowd of 130,000.
New Zealand health experts are making contingency plans to manage the ebola virus in case the deadly disease arrives from West Africa.
Tempo Dance Festival is back with another succinct programme of incredible works from the world of dance, returning for its 4th year at Q, 305 Queen Street, Auckland along with a satellite programme at the Musgrove Studio.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 04:13 am
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