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1 hr ago | Scoop
MTG's popular Tours of the Napier Hill Cemetery return for another summer season.
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6 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
By the age of 7, Suzanne Turley was already showing her future leanings. Walking home from school one day, she spotted a beautiful bloom hanging over a neighbour's fence.
8 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
SIX hundred residents of Yarrawonga, including members of the local footy club, have lost $73m with the collapse of the Vlahos punting club.
9 hrs ago | The Daily Record
JAMIE TAGGART, 41, from Argyll and Bute, failed to return home from a plant-hunting trip to the northern mountainous region of Vietnam last month as his family reveal he has not been seen since November 2. Jamie Taggart, from Argyll and Bute in Scotland, failed to return from a plant-hunting trip to the northern mountainous region earlier this ... (more)
9 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Air New Zealand's Christopher Luxon hit the ground running when he took over as chief executive on January 1, spending the day with frontline staff at Auckland Airport.
10 hrs ago | Scoop
If you're planning to take a train, bus or harbour ferry in Wellington over Christmas and New Year, make sure you check out the special holiday timetables to plan your travel.
14 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times
China's new ambassador to New Zealand, Wang Lutong, and Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull are planning celebrations for next year's 20th anniversary of the sister-city relationship between Shanghai and Dunedin.
16 hrs ago | Scoop
Greater Wellington Regional Council The Wellington Regional Council is working with the NZ Transport Agency to develop more commuter parking near the Petone Station, supporting the strong commitment by both agencies to making public transport more attractive and accessible for the Wellington region.
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.
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.
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.
The global trend for business and consumer mobile apps could see New Zealand developer MEA Mobile list on the stock exchange.
I was in my undies, dancing to a screaming James Brown around the flashest hotel room I'd ever stayed in.
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.