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  1. Karl Stefanovic apologises for his sledge against Indian fans...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    'I love India. Our country is richer for having you and so are our sauces': Karl Stefanovic apologises for his '7-Eleven' Indian sledge after viewer backlash... or does he? Today show host Karl Stefanovic has made a light-hearted apology on air for his comments made to a group of Indian cricket fans - and then went on to sledge New Zealand after calling their fans 'dole bludgers'.


  2. Heart help at the click of a mouseRead the original story

    14 min ago | Scoop

    Isolated heart attack survivors can now access cardiac rehabilitation from the comfort of home, thanks to a ground-breaking website launched by the Heart Foundation. Sadly, many New Zealanders are unable to get the vital help they need in the weeks and months after suffering a heart event or being diagnosed with heart disease.


  3. Former Cyclone Nathan Weakens Near Australia's Darwin; Heavy Rainfall Still ExpectedRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | International Business Times

    IN PHOTO: Cyclone Pam bears down on Vanuatu in this image from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer on NASA's Aqua satellite taken at 1:30 p.m. local time March 13, 2015. Not long after the image was acquired, the storm struck the island of Efate, which is home to Vanuatu's capital city, Port Vila.


  4. In-form Kiwis make tournament teamRead the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | Yahoo!

    Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Starc - were selected, alongside South Africans AB de Villiers and Morne Morkel and Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara. The Blacks Caps have progressed through the tournament unbeaten, qualifying for Sunday's final with a nailbiting four-wicket win over South Africa on Tuesday.


  5. Orange blows the competition out of the water: we have NSW's top tap dropRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago | Central Western Daily

    TASTE TEST: IXOM's Matthew Donohue, Krohne Australia's Margaritta Carroll, Goulburn Valley Water's Steve Newham and Water Industry Operations Association's Tony Hourigan taste the four finalists in the NSW WIOA Conference and Exhibition's taste test yesterday. Photo: JUDE KEOGH Orange City Council has claimed bragging rights for Water Industry Operations Association of Australia NSW Conference and Exhibition's 2015 water taste test, announced at the conference's gala dinner last night.


  6. Locals starved for rides as big boys eye the prizeRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | Border Mail

    With the Albury Gold Cup now on the radar of most Melbourne and Sydney metropolitan trainers, local hoops are finding it increasingly difficult to get a gig in Albury's premier race. Miller last rode in the cup in 2011 and is eagerly anticipating riding in front of his home town crowd today after snaring the mount on longshot Sand Dune for trainer Kerry Weir.


  7. Mystery buyer for Matauri Bay, Medicom plays down ad scandal, new investment licensing regimeRead the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | NBR Newsroom

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  8. Just one moment can define a seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    37 min ago | Mail & Guardian

    It's not stretching credulity too far to suggest that the Lions could now be leading the South African conference, instead of languishing in 11th spot Regaining their pride: Flanker Warwick Tecklenburg played a prominent role as the Lions tackled their way to victory over the Rebels in Melbourne last week. If it is ever possible to isolate the exact moment at which a team's season reaches the point of no return, then in a few months' time remember the 48th minute of the Cheetahs' game against the Crusaders in Christchurch.


  9. Sydney overtaking Melbourne as Australia's coffee king capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    39 min ago | BeverageDaily

    Melbourne might be famous for being the starting point for Australia's coffee revolution a decade ago, it is now being challenged by Sydney to become the country's most caffeine-crazed city. Australia's fondness for fresh coffee has been growing at the same time that instant coffee has been on the wane.


  10. West Coasters spend up large on travelRead the original story

    40 min ago | Scoop

    Aucklanders travel throughout New Zealand the most, but their cousins in the West Coast are the biggest spenders according to recent AA Traveller research . Residents on the West Coast spend almost $3000 every year on domestic travel, double that of Aucklanders who only spend about $1500 every year.


  11. Increasing Bribery In New Zealand Harming Country's Corruption-Free ReputationRead the original story w/Photo

    45 min ago | International Business Times

    Bribery and corruption has been found to be on the rise in New Zealand. A new survey by Deloitte revealed that almost a quarter of public and private organisations across New Zealand and Australia had experienced corruption in the last five years.


  12. Potentially 400 jobsRead the original story

    47 min ago | Manning River Times

    New owners of the defunct UGL Lansdowne plant, says the company needs State and federal financial commitments if it is to kickstart the region's manufacturing industry into a higher gear. A site of promise: Cara Dale, the spokesperson for the new owners of the defunct UGL Lansdowne plant, says the company needs State and federal financial commitments if it is to go ahead with kickstarting the region's manufacturing industry into a higher gear.


  13. Jane Kelsey: Leaked TPPA text has all the dangers Govt promised to negotiate awayRead the original story w/Photo

    56 min ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Yesterday Wikileaks posted a near-ready investment chapter of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement dated January 20. It shows the Government has not listened to New Zealanders opposing special rights for foreign investors and their enforcement in controversial, private, offshore tribunals. Nor has it protected the New Zealand Government's right to regulate from being attacked by foreign investors and from rogue interpretations by investment arbitration tribunals, as promised.


  14. Claire Trevett: PM outgunned after 'Wild West' visitRead the original story w/Photo

    56 min ago | The New Zealand Herald

    When Prime Minister John Key dived into the "Kumara Capital" on his mercy mission yesterday, he discovered he could handle the sweet potatoes - but the hot potatoes caused him more trouble. In Dargaville to save National's hide in the electorate, Mr Key arrived for a walkabout with candidate Mark Osborne.


  15. Sunday Selfies Send Minister A MessageRead the original story

    56 min ago | Scoop

    This Sunday New Zealanders and MPs are being asked to make a selfie sign, post it on their social networks, then email it to Minister Michael Woodhouse to give voice to the New Zealand government's silence on Australian refugee imprisonment. This month a UN report cited conditions on Nauru and Manus Island as contravening the Conventions on Torture.


  16. Why northern cattle producers are still recovering from the live export banRead the original story w/Photo

    56 min ago | ABC News

    The temporary suspension of the live cattle trade to Indonesia in 2011 is still being felt by many producers across Australia's north, but there's some optimism in the air. The current production environment is looking good, with high cattle prices, strong demand, extra markets, a new abattoir and a supportive government.


  17. Ballarat breakfast report | Friday March 27, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | The Courier

    On March 27 in 1990, Ballarat Y's Men's Club installed reflective numbers to SEC poles in two areas in Ballarat south and north. President Murray Stevens said the club looked at the need for adequate and uniform street numbering, especially for emergency services.


  18. New ASG scholarship proposed - for...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Samoa News

    The Tafuna High School Choir was one of the schools performing during this year's Department of Education 2013 Secondary School Music Festival at Samoana High School on Thursday May 9. Other high school performances were given by Faga'itua, Samoana, Leone and the Iakina Band. Now DOE director Dr. Salu Hunkin-Finau plans to propose scholarships for local students to elevate their musical careers.


  19. Govt must be more transparent on investor state clausesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Scoop

    The Government must be more transparent around the draft investor state dispute settlements in the TPPA, says David Parker, Labour's Export Growth and Trade spokesperson. "Labour is pro trade, and is proud of the FTA we negotiated with China, which includes well drafted ISDS provisions.


  20. Toby Manhire: Northland's grand circus in reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The New Zealand Herald

    In the main arena we were treated to a pork barrel act, some bridges too far and other memorable stunts. What a madcap couple of months.