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39 min ago | Stuff.co.nz
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.
2 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz
Flying there can be as quick as flying from one end of New Zealand to the other, and in some cases just as cheap.
3 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times
Scottish television personality Neil Oliver films with cameraman Jeff Aldridge on the Queenstown lakefront at the weekend.
8 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz
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.
10 hrs ago | Scoop
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.
South Australian artist Christian Thompson is the first recipient of one of the most ambitious international artist-in-residence programmes to be staged in New Zealand.
Auckland's diversity, which outranks many of the world's biggest cities, hasn't come without drawbacks and barriers but researchers say this is all part of the growing pains of a young booming global city.
Mary King's Close in Edinburgh Mary King's Close is an alleyway that is located under buildings in old Edinburgh, Scotland.
Auckland soprano Isabella Moore has followed in the footsteps of some famous Kiwis to win New Zealand's most prestigious singing contest - including her partner's.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority staff have flown between Christchurch and Wellington more than 7200 times since 2011, spending more than $1.8 million on flights.
It could have all turned out so differently. Had Captain Jean-Francois Langlois and 63 pioneering French nationals arrived in the Land of the Long White Cloud a few weeks earlier, New Zealand would now be Nouvelle-Zelande.
The young man, named by Australian media as James Teague, died in Dunedin Hospital about midnight, a hospital spokeswoman said.
EVERY single public ticket for Scotland's national commemoration service to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War has been snapped up within hours.
An initiative to establish a Zone of Peace in Castle St, North Dunedin, has given people food for thought.
A Dunedin couple battling fertility issues have considered adoption, foster care and embryo adoption, but rejected all these options because they really want a baby who looks like their own.
Read Lee Ryder' final whistle match report, with pictures, from Newcastle United's 1-0 win over Wellington Phoenix at the Westpac Stadium in New Zealand Cheryl's new husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini is reported to have spent thousands on roses for their second wedding bash in London Thousands of families bathed in glorious sunshine as ... (more)
AUSTRALIAN Treasurer Joe Hockey is going to "have a look" at some of the welfare issues facings Kiwis living in Australia.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 05:42 pm
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