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3 hrs ago | International Business Times
While climate skeptics dismiss climate science as nothing more than a fantasy, scientists have used a powerful super computer to map the fictional Middle Earth in J.R.R Tolkien's Lord of the Rings series.
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4 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
It was a happy drive out of Auckland on a bright Saturday morning, heading south to Port Waikato with chef Pip Wylie and photographer Nick Allan.
8 hrs ago | Scoop
The foodie smartphone app that aims to help New Zealand shoppers make healthier food choices by reducing their risk of dying early from two of the nation's biggest killers, heart attack and stroke, has now reached 30,000 downloads.
12 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
The global trend for business and consumer mobile apps could see New Zealand developer MEA Mobile list on the stock exchange.
16 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz
I was in my undies, dancing to a screaming James Brown around the flashest hotel room I'd ever stayed in.
20 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
The Scottish Colourist Series is a project by the National Galleries of Scotland to mount major retrospectives of the work of that movement's three leading lights.
WET AND WILD: A beachfront bungalow in Vanuatu. The SS President Coolidge wreck sits just off the shore of Espiritu Santo, the largest of the Vanuatu islands.
The party's fortunes there may rest not with its candidate, but with an unseen report written by investigators probing allegations of vote-rigging involving the powerful Unite union James Cusick is political correspondent of The Independent and The Independent on Sunday.
Tolkien-obsessed New Zealand fans will be pleased to learn they don't have to travel too far to experience the kind of weather inhabitants of Hobbiton would enjoy.
Of course, the first thing you want to do is look at her feet. Sample size 39s, in leopard-print-trimmed loafers, tripping up the stairs to her Devonport, Auckland workspace.
HUNDREDS of people poured into Glasgow's city centre on Friday night for a memorial service celebrating the life of Nelson Mandela.
New Zealand were closing in on a comprehensive victory over the West Indies in the first Test Saturday, needing a further 109 runs with nine wickets in hand at lunch on the final day.
President Xi Jinping has said to PM John Key that mutual trust and trade co-operation are the twin engines of partnership.
Rolling Stones announced on Wednesday that they're due to tour Australia and New Zealand next year, with five shows in Asia kicking off proceedings before they head down under.
Carol Harwood bears a few bruises, her forearms are sore and there's a constant dull ache around her left eye, but she knows things could have been a lot worse had she not been wearing her cycling helmet.
A five year plan for the Antonine Wall World Heritage Site has been launched aimed at making it a top international tourist draw.
So it's a dreich autumn day in rural Scotland. The rain's getting heavier, and the light's starting to close in.