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1 hr ago | The New Zealand Herald
Some stories making headlines across our regions include a sleeping Wanganui family saved by a dog, a Northland family finds a giant worm and a Viking war ship will head to Europe from Tauranga in an unusual way.
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3 hrs ago | Tri-cityherald.com
In this Friday, April 25, 2008, file photo, a New Zealander visitor waves a New Zealand silver fern flag at the Conk Bayiri New Zealander Monument during a ceremony to mark Anzac Day in Gallipoli, northwestern Turkey.
3 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
New Zealanders spent more on their credit and debit cards in February, fuelled by spending on hospitality, while durables and apparel rebounded from declines in January.
4 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
New Zealand's oldest tea company, Bell Tea, is set to shut its Dunedin factory next month, ending more than 100 years of tea production in the city.
7 hrs ago | Dominion Post
MEALTIMES ASSURED: Marty the chimp tucks into a banana at Wellington Zoo watched by Malika.
11 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
The majority of New Zealanders do not fully understand KiwiSaver especially when it comes to switching jobs, tax rates and the Government's annual contribution, research from Mercer shows.
15 hrs ago | Scoop
Commonwealth Day will be celebrated on 10 March 2014 and two young New Zealanders, Tehnuka Ilanko, a PhD student at Cambridge University, and Tredegar Hall, a Master's degree graduate from Waikato University, will be representing New Zealand at this year's celebration in London.
New Zealand will hold its general election on September 20, Prime Minister John Key said on Monday, in a vote that is likely to focus on his center-right National Party's economic record.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key on Monday called a general election for September 20 this year, when his centre-right government will seek a third term in office.
One of the passengers aboard the missing plane is a father to two young children, Engineer Paul Weeks.
Hes the nurse we all love to watch on Shortland Street, but hes not just a pretty face hes also fitand very, very tough.
Geoff Blackwell is chief executive of Auckland publishers PQ Blackwell and MILK Books, which have a total of 16 staff.
The Greens will push for legislation to lock MPs' and ministers' pay rises or even cuts to the same dollar amounts ordinary New Zealanders receive.
Distressed breast cancer patients are furious to discover insurers will pay only a fraction of breast reconstruction costs because the procedure is considered non-essential Instead, the single mother of two has been "devastated" by an $11,500 debt she can't pay, money her insurance company refuses to refund for her breast reconstruction.
The name of a motorcycle rider who died in a crash with a truck in Waikato yesterday has been named.
A three-hour search was carried out in Western Bay of Plenty last night after a boat carrying three men was reported overdue.
Justice Minister Judith Collins has congratulated the New Zealand Council of Victim Support Groups for winning the New Zealander of the Year Award in the community section.