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1 hr ago | Scoop
School children and their families are putting their feet, cycles, scooters and skateboards into top gear for Movin'March - a region-wide celebration of active travel to and from school taking place from 24 March - 28 March 2014.
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5 hrs ago | Timaru Herald
A stand-down period for tourists between getting off long-haul flights and hiring rental cars would be difficult to police, industry experts say.
9 hrs ago | Southland Times
SILVER FERN: Marie Hasler in a silver fern flag. She promoted a change to the country's flag in 2001.
9 hrs ago | Southland Times
The show will feature 22 awards as well as guest performances by a host of Southland's finest singers and musicians, from pop, rock and country to pipe band and brass band music.
10 hrs ago | ETaiwanNews.com
Airlines and the government's Council of Indigenous Peoples presented an airline painted with a Paiwan wedding theme Tuesday in order to promote the country overseas.
HEATED RIVALRY: Former Nelson Mayor Aldo Miccio, right, presents the Sunshine Capital Cup to Mayor Tony Bonne of Whakatane in ceremonies at the cathedral steps in 2012.
The ships have set sail to deliver nearly 5,000 Fonterra Milk for Schools milk packs to Kiwi kids on the Chatham, Stewart, and Great Barrier islands.
Speaking at his weekly press conference in Wellington, Mr Key indicated that the government chose a slightly earlier date to account for the G20 Summit in November.
Zack Klyver, local Bar Harbor Whale Watch naturalist and owner of FLUKES: International Whale Tours, will review his recent three week trip to middle earth.
Sachie's Kitchen television host Sachie Nomura with social media personality Marischka Prudence at Rata in Queenstown last week.
THIS WEEK'S POLITICS HAS BEEN ABOUT STANDARDS... ABOUT TRUST...AND ONE OF THE MAIN STORIES WAS JUDITH COLLINS' TRIP TO SHANGHAI... HER VISIT TO MILK COMPANY ORAVIDA.
New Zealand doctors said Friday that a 7-year-old Japanese girl was bitten about 100 times during a dog mauling that has horrified many in the South Pacific nation.
Now Edinburgh residents are bracing themselves for a year-long lockdown in one of the city's busiest streets, which it is feared will create more traffic misery.
The second most powerful ranked person in the Anglican Church is supporting the move to have female bishops consecrated in the Church of England.
Anyone familiar with the paintings of Rita Angus or Bill Sutton will recognise the land as you travel from Christchurch into North Canterbury.
People turn up in their hundreds to hear New Zealand writer Eleanor Catton speak.