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Thousands have attended ANZAC ceremonies across the country this morning, marking the 99th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing.
Southern Cross Forest Products announced yesterday it was cutting 79 jobs in its South Island sawmills.
Turkish business people and diplomats will find it easier to visit New Zealand with a new three-year multiple-entry visa.
A number of small infant formula exporters say they have been left in the dark over new food safety restrictions in China.
Vladimir Putin has called the internet a "CIA project" and has warned Russians against making Google searches.
The Duke and Duchess made an unexpected appearance at the national dawn service outside the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
Lieutenant General Tim Keating, chief of the Defence Force, attended the Wellington dawn service this morning.
It was a chilly morning in Christchurch, but that didn't stop thousands from pouring into Cranmer Square.
Watch the playing of 'The Last Post' and the minute of silence at the Auckland Museum this morning.
Perceptions of the Anzac legend and psyche forged in battle differ on either side of the Tasman.
Russia warned of "consequences" after Kiev launched a deadly assault against pro-Kremlin rebels.
The Christchurch Bridge of Remembrance is on track to reopen next year, despite controversy over its repairs.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has urged Israel and the Palestinians to make compromises needed to go ahead with peace talks.
Rafael Nadal maintained his quest for a ninth Barcelona Open title with a comfortable win over Ivan Dodig.
Liam Gallagher first tweeted 'O', followed by 'A', 'S', 'I' and 'S', and finished with 'OASIS' and his initials, 'LG'.
Lance Armstrong says he still considers himself a Tour de France champion despite his spectacular fall from grace.
People who boosted their coffee intake by "moderate to large" doses in a study had a lower risk for adult-onset diabetes.
Naenae locals have presented a petition to the local council to get rid of the shop, and are pleading for their community back.
Chat show host and Kiwi wine fan Graham Norton is getting his feet and hands a bit dirty, all in the name of fine wine.
It's not for lack of trying, but rather, a lack of knowledge - they've been told they have "unexplained infertility".
How much sugar did you consume over the Easter weekend? The World Health Organisation has released new recommendations.
Christchurch has been hit hard by the tail-end of Cyclone Ita, which has ravaged the country for the past 24 hours.
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Kiwis in Antarctica farewell the sun
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The actor retweeted a picture of a soldier standing in front of a cenotaph at the Coffs Harbour dawn service.
Vincent Ward's film, Vigil, has been invited back to Cannes for a re-screening after 30 years.
The last movie of the adaption of JRR Tolkien's fantasy will now be called The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
Morrissey has stepped up his feud with Canadian politician Gail Shea, branding her a "disreputable thug".
New Zealand rider Jock Paget has been stripped of last year's Burghley three-day eventing title, which now passes on to compatriot Andrew Nicholson.
Winston Reid's West Ham United are set to play the Wellington Phoenix at Westpac Stadium in July.
Hurricanes coach Mark Hammett has made just one change from the side that hammered the Blues last week for Saturday's Super Rugby clash with the Reds.
The Kiwis injury crisis has deepened with Josh Hoffman leaving Broncos training early with a suspected Achilles strain.
Peter Dunne's visit to a legal high store
Graham Norton's love of Kiwi wine
Soldiers give up ANZAC weekend to help clean up
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