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Rugby: Football’s Rowdy Older Cousin
Welcome to a New Zealand All Blacks game and say hello to football's rowdy older cousin, rugby.
October 12, 2011
Secondary Teachers Strike
Thousands of secondary school teachers went on strike today in New Zealand.
September 15, 2010
Auckland Historian Receives Book Award
Dame Judith Binney has won the NZ Post Book of the Year award for 'Encircled Lands', a book ...
August 28, 2010
Search Called Off for Missing Fishermen
The Oyang 70 sank in less than 10 minutes in the southern ocean as it was hauling in ...
August 18, 2010
NZ’s Hottest Talent Selected for Finals
Three NZ entrepreneurs have been selected for the finals of the Pacific Asia Travel Association Young Tourism Entrepreneur ...
August 14, 2010
Education Deputy Mayor: ‘Full of wisdom’
“It's full of wisdom. They are good warriors, and they have faith ... and they are disciplined people.”
Arts & Culture
June 3, 2010
Tightening the Net on Paua Poachers
Paua poachers will no longer be able to use loopholes in the law to pillage New Zealand waters.
September 24, 2009
Fighting Against Human Trafficking
The Salvation Army believes that ignorance and indifference are helping to fuel the trade in human beings.
September 8, 2009
New Zealand’s Role in the Afghanistan War
Public opinion polls show that half of all New Zealanders are opposed to the Special Armed Services (SAS) ...
August 30, 2009
In New Zealand, a Bid to Ban Cell Phones on the Road
Texting your best friend while driving is still legal in New Zealand.
August 6, 2009
Bid to Ban Phoning While Driving
Cell phone use by drivers has been implicated in the rapid rise in driving statistics over the last ...
August 4, 2009
Opposition Party Decries Cuts to Social Development Budget
Three million dollars has been stripped from the Ministry of Social Development(MSD) budget resulting in the need for ...
July 13, 2009
FDA Authorizes Eli Lilly’s COVID-19 Antibody Therapy for Children
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Wisconsin Communities Unite in Faith After Parade Attack Tragedy
US and EU Will ‘Compete Vigorously’ With China: Senior US Official
Democratic Rep. Axne Leads Call for Pelosi to Address Inflation
New Law Will Allow Ohio Businesses to Stay Open in Health Emergencies
Biden-Putin Call a ‘Possibility’ Over Russian Army Buildup Near Ukraine
Mass Jail Break in Nigeria Threatens Terror Spike
Push to Make Florida School Board Candidates Declare a Party
70 Children in Maryland Received Expired COVID-19 Vaccine Doses, County Says
Authorities Searching for Parents of Alleged Michigan School Shooter: Sheriff