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Not forgotten: A memorial to the 29 miners killed at Pike River. It's now two and a half years since the tragedy and the men are still underground.
Police arrested a man in Tauranga last night after an armed robbery at a city store.
Generation Homes' first joint venture partner Lyndon Marshall has now taken over the company's flagship Tauranga operation.
Solo mother Toni Leighton is one of 644 Dunedin residents to join the Fair Play on Fees lawsuit.
The media business is perceived as the most attractive of all industries to work in, and TVNZ the most appealing media employer, human resources specialists Randstad reveal in their latest employer branding survey of 7,000 New Zealanders of working age.
It's been nine months since the New Zealand Dance Company's highly successful debut of Language of Living at Auckland's Aotea Centre.
A 7-year-old girl has been banned from entering New Zealand with her adopted parents because authorities say she is too sick to live here.
Budget 2013 will not go down in history as the most exciting one ever delivered.
Queen Victoria was not amused when she first saw a replica of Michelangelo's statue of David in a London museum.
In an island nation said to harbour more cat owners per capita than any other country, a furore has broken out over a crusade to eradicate man's second-best friend.
Harvey Norman has extended their free TV recycling offer to 31 national stores, effective from 13 May.
"I remember thinking, 'wow, you're ridiculously good looking.'" Authorities thought this about these guys.
Kiri Nikora, 16, Woodford House student, tries her luck on the breath-alcohol machine set up by police at the Youth Alcohol Expo yesterday.
Money tells Lydia Jenkin how his move to New York has brought back memories of the music he loved as a kid Pete Wadams, better known as P-Money, is feeling pretty thankful for the opportunities life is offering at the moment.
Armed men broke into a U.N. outpost in a buffer zone separating Israel and Syria and abducted three U.N military observers, the U.N. peacekeeping chief said Thursday.
Sale of 49 per cent of hydro giant Meridian will net the Government about $3.25 billion in the coming year.