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37 min ago | The New Zealand Herald
New Zealand health experts are making contingency plans to manage the ebola virus in case the deadly disease arrives from West Africa.
1 hr ago | Scoop
Tempo Dance Festival is back with another succinct programme of incredible works from the world of dance, returning for its 4th year at Q, 305 Queen Street, Auckland along with a satellite programme at the Musgrove Studio.
5 hrs ago | Scoop
Auckland, New Zealand -30 July 2014. Niue is full of surprises and possibly none less than its fantastic food scene, which draws on fresh local produce from the land and sea.
Culturally-entwined story-telling about famous Queenstown landmarks such as Walter Peak or Ka-kamu-a-Hakitekura will create the ultimate tourism experience, New Zealand Maori Tourism's regions and operations director Butch Bradley says.
According to a new study, the mountain range has lost 34 per cent of its permanent ice and snow since 1977.
In Mexico City's Centro Historico are the remnants of the Templo Mayor, one of the main Aztec temples of their capital Tenochtitlan.
Rotorua's Polynesian Spa has opened a new mineral pool in its Deluxe Lake Spa which means guests now have access to both renowned acidic and alkaline mineral waters for ultimate bathing wellness.
Controversial car travel app Uber is eyeing the Wellington market but the taxi federation says it is illegal under New Zealand law and warns that it is "sugar-coated poison" that will lead to higher fares.
Andrew Doyle is a veteran on the Edinburgh Fringe scene. He's been back and forth to the Scottish city SEVEN times over the years.
As Commonwealth countries vie for gold and glory in Glasgow, we go beyond the sporting action to bring you sights and sounds of scenic Scotland What to see 1. Edinburgh palace Edinburgh Castle dominates Scotland's capital city from its great rock.
Stories making headlines around the regions today include vandals targeting Colin Craig's election signs in Tauranga and a Wanganui teenager sentenced to write an essay for drink driving.
Nestled amongst Burnside to the north, Ilam to the east, Hornby to the south and Russley to the West, its archetypal suburban aesthetic blends seamlessly into quasi-rural lifestyle blocks.
Flying there can be as quick as flying from one end of New Zealand to the other, and in some cases just as cheap.
Scottish television personality Neil Oliver films with cameraman Jeff Aldridge on the Queenstown lakefront at the weekend.
HIGHER PLANE: Kaushiki Roy has been on countless pilgrimages during her life. Here, Hindu devotees take a dip at the Bagmati River as they participate in a pilgrimage in Kathmandu.
The Sacred Heart College hall in Lower Hutt will be pumping this Saturday as the Wellington entrants play off in the regional final of Smokefree Pacifica Beats 2014.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 11:23 am
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