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THE 298 victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash were remembered at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony with a silence led by Alex Salmond.
TUNNELLING THROUGH: Grant's vision for a possible fixed link between Picton and Wellington ferry terminals, with different levels for rail and road.
THE president of Emirates has raised the prospect of the Gulf airline introducing a third daily flight from Glasgow to Dubai.
Internationally acclaimed Israeli concert pianist, Rami Bar-Niv, is to perform in concert at Rotorua's Civic Theatre on 19 August.
Labretta Suede has spent much of the past five years in New York with her band The Motel 6. The daughter of Greek immigrants who moved to West Auckland in the 60s, she wants to save New Lynn's few remaining heritage buildings.
Kiwi company uses sensors and software to give each part of a field the precise amount of water it needs .
His grandmother was born a Kiwi, he's packed down in the front row of an All Blacks scrum of sorts, and he considers New Zealanders ''family''.
PUPPY PARENTING: A handful of inmates train labradors through the Puppies in Prison programme, which teaches dogs to assist people with disabilities.
This year Glasgow has soared into top tourist destination lists with both Rough Guides and The Telegraph naming us in their top ten.
Total madness - that's how future generations will label the rejection of the Christchurch to North Canterbury commuter rail service, says New Zealand First.
Whether you're an adrenalin junkie or beach bunny, nature enthusiast or amateur vulcanologist, New Zealand has a holiday destination to suit - which could explain why 62% of Kiwis aged 14+ took at least one domestic holiday in the year to April 2014.
The art of good promotions is to define aspects of your region that are unique then encourage visitors and locals to embrace these features.
One of the many reasons repeat passengers lov e Silversea its constant innovations.
Prime Minister David Cameron used his visit to the "farthest flung" part of Britain to claim the "broad shoulders" of the United Kingdom were a source of strength for communities across the nation.
The country's most loved sports star, Richie McCaw, may be getting more serious with his 24-year-old hockey star girlfriend Gemma Flynn, according to inside sources.
Adam D'Sylva's A Taste of Coda is one of the hottest events at Auckland Restaurant Month, writes Rebecca Barry Hill.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 09:06 am
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