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Former Prime Minister Helen Clark thinks Foreign Minister Murray McCully is dreaming if he thinks New Zealand can get rid of the United Nations Security Council veto.
New Zealand dairy farmers are tonight looking nervously to Hawaii, where trade negotiators are entering 11th-hour talks on the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).
The plane debris which washed up on Reunion Island will be sent to France for experts to confirm if it is from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Spark has announced it is shutting down its nationwide paging network.
London Zoo staff have specially adapted a furry soft toy to help baby sloth Edward get stronger after his mum failed to care for him.
Australian sheep and cattle farmers will be hugely disadvantaged compared to their New Zealand competitors if Australia's free trade deal with China isn't ratified by year's end
Police have released CCTV footage showing the aggravated robbery of a liquor store in Auckland as they hunt the man responsible.
Police are looking for a person they believe could help them solve an indecent assault case in central Wellington.
The British government will hold an emergency meeting to grapple with a migrant crisis on its doorstep.
Police are hunting an Invercargill man on warrants for aggravated burglary, burglary and assault.
South Auckland police are appealing for information regarding an indecent assault in Otara earlier this month.
A woman who was badly injured when the car she was a passenger in hit a power pole near Taumarunui last week has died.
Otago University is considering closing its applied sciences department, merging some programmes into other departments, and getting rid of the design major.
More than a dozen small island nations have made an urgent appeal to the UN Security Council for help in combating climate change, which they say poses a threat to their very existence.
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