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Starts 7th April
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Foreign ministers have pressed their Iranian counterpart as they seek to slot in the final pieces of a deal curtailing Tehran's nuclear program.
A rhinoceros that had wandered off a wildlife reserve has rampaged through a town in Nepal, leaving one woman dead.
A total of 122 Chinese nationals have been evacuated from Yemen, as the Arab coalition continues air strikes against Shi'ite rebels.
Nine Indonesian men have died after consuming alcohol mixed with mosquito repellent, the latest deaths linked to tainted drinks.
A system for refuelling passenger planes mid-air could slash the amount of jet fuel needed for a long haul flight by nearly a quarter.
Investigators at the crash site of the downed Germanwings flight in the French Alps say they have found DNA from more than half of the victims.
A second major 6.8 magnitude earthquake has struck near Samoa, after an earlier 6.3 quake struck near Apia.
A tsunami threat has passed with no immediate reports of major damage after Papua New Guinea was hit by a 7.5 magnitude earthquake.
Lachlan Forsyth travelled to Northland to hear what voters want to see change and whether they think their newest electorate MP will be able to do anything about it.
The Civil Aviation Authority in New Zealand has already tightened the rules after the Germanwings tragedy in France, but is it enough to protect passengers?
John Campbell was in Melbourne as the Kiwi fans realised they weren't going to get their hands on the World Cup trophy.
The Queen is expected to dissolve Britain's parliament in the next few hours, marking the beginning of one of the tightest election campaigns in decades.
Police have apologised to the victims of an elderly Otago man who has been sexually assaulting boys in north Otago for 30 years.
The jury in the Mark Lundy murder retrial will resume deliberations tomorrow, after failing to reach a verdict today.
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