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1 hr ago | Science Daily
A new meta-analysis concludes that there is no evidence to suggest that vitamin D supplements prevent falls, and that ongoing trials to test this theory are unlikely to change this result.
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5 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
The call catches Kris Kristofferson where you might expect him to be, on the bus on the road, heading for another show, this time in Australia.
6 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Pacific broadcaster Fa'amatuainu Tino Pereira was the sole non-bureaucrat on a panel that evaluated bids in a controversial tender that axed most of the Problem Gambling Foundation's funding.
8 hrs ago | Dear Kitty
This video, recorded at the National Archives in Britain, is called World War 1 records tell of those who sought to avoid conscription.
9 hrs ago | People
The Royal Tour may be winding down, but Duchess Catherine still has a few new ensembles left in her suitcase.
13 hrs ago | Hospitality Net
Heritage Hotel Management 35 Hobson Street, P O Box 3904 Auckland , 1140 New Zealand Phone: +64 9 302 1277 Fax: +64 9 303 0152 Visit Website Heritage Hotel Management is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Ana Vivas as the new resident manager of Heritage Christchurch.
17 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
A former Napier city councillor charged with murdering his Canadian wife in 2010 remains in custody in British Columbia awaiting the setting of a date for a trial delayed by his own difficulties with lawyers and plans to conduct his own defence.
McCully's cunning is legendary and the true genius of this particular weasel becomes clear the more it is scrutinised.
A businesswoman honoured by the Queen will be appealing a court order to return more than $14 million to a Maori land trust.
A small stand of trees, left, is all that remains of this forestry block at Butlers Block, between Rimu and Ross, after it was flattened by the gale force winds last week.
As 7 Days celebrates its 150th episode, we asked some of the show's regulars to mathematically define what the show has meant ... and below, producer Jon Bridges reveals the true numbers behind its success Dai Henwood: It has increased my profile 65 per cent.
Jeremy Barron has been bringing Dexter to work for 11 years and says he is loved by staff.
Rap music fills the room as Joseph Parker dances to the beat to warm up for his morning pads session.
The rugged, scrub-covered hills are unmistakably those of Gallipoli's Anzac Cove.
They were the first class of young officers produced by Duntroon, and they had a baptism of fire in WWI, writes David Ellery.
We believe it adds to the progressive trend to put internet rights at the centre of the political debate and opens the opportunity to address internet freedoms in a structural way.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key's car has been egged when he officially launched a new housing development in an attempt to boost Napier's poorest suburb of Maraenui.