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2 hrs ago | Southland Times
New Zealand's new privacy commissioner, John Edwards, has revealed a love for Taranaki's mountain and a deep admiration for the controversial kinetic artist Len Lye.
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3 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Twelve days to Christmas, and I know what you're thinking, hardworking families of New Zealand: what gift to get your favourite public figure? God knows it can be tricky.
4 hrs ago | Scoop
New Zealand Young Farmers Vice-Chairman Cam Lewis finished runner up at the recent trans-Tasman Rural Ambassador competition in Feilding, 6-8 December.
6 hrs ago | Scoop
New Zealand Bloodstock's Filly of the Year Series moves into the fourth leg of the 10-race Series on Saturday with the running of the Group 3 $70,000 Ezibuy Eulogy Stakes run at Awapuni Racecourse.
10 hrs ago | Slashdot
An anonymous reader writes "A New Zealand backpacker stripped of all electrical equipment at Auckland airport suggests attending a London talk on cyber-security following the Edward Snowden leaks may be to blame.
15 hrs ago | Scoop
New Zealand's marine and tourism industries will benefit in a number of ways following the Government's decision to extend the temporary import entry period for visiting superyachts and cruising yachts to New Zealand from the existing 12 months to 24 months.
For 700 Edinburgh school pupils , the Christmas show at the Royal Lyceum extends far beyond the footlights.
New Zealand police say they have recovered a body close to where a missing Australian man was last seen four days ago.
Sawyers Bay man Patrick Best was among hundreds of Dunedin motorists caught in an hour-long traffic jam caused by botched roadworks at Ravensbourne yesterday morning.
"Because of the horrors of plague the legends of Mary King's Close have grown and grown over the centuries since 1645.
''The opportunity to be in Mosgiel is great, as I've always had an eye on the town.
Auckland University Press has just released its first app, based on the popular photographic guide Birds of New Zealand by Paul Scofield and Brent Stephenson.
News from NZ Police The 'Coppers on Choppers' road trip ends this morning when the team is welcomed to Wellington's Civic Square by Associate Minister of Transport Michael Woodhouse and Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown.
Production company South Pacific Pictures was surprised to learn on radio this week that their television drama The Almighty Johnsons has been dumped by TV3.
Recent research shows the more contact non-Asian New Zealanders have with Asian people, the more positive they feel about them.
Drivers who crash on open roads during the Christmas and New Year holidays are more likely to be injured than at other times of the year, unless they are in the Auckland area, says a police risk report.
Last Monday morning while I ground up coffee beans and watched the muted 8am news in my parents' kitchen, I had a flash of dj vu.