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Anti-government protesters armed with rocks and wooden clubs clashed with police in Islamabad.
Police apprehended suspected gunman John Tully after allegedly shooting two people dead and seriously injuring another at a WINZ office in Ashburton.
A woman has been killed after being struck by a train while walking her dog in Napier.
The Great New Zealand Cookbook is filled with cheap Kiwi recipes and for every book sold from Whitcoulls over the next week, $5 will go to KidsCan.
Lyttelton Port's directors have backed the Christchurch council takeover but say shareholders should hold tight for now.
The beginning of the month marks the beginning of Blue September - an initiative to educate Kiwi men on the risks of prostate cancer.
Malaysia has refused entry to a Sydney based New Zealander who had previously been arrested for joining a protest.
A knife-wielding man has stabbed students and a teacher in a rampage at a Chinese primary school.
Bad weather has delayed the slaughter the controversial dolphin hunting season in the town of Taiji.
The Inspector-General of the SIS has taken the rare step of talking about the inquiry she is undertaking in relation to Security and Intelligence Service information being passed on to Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater.
The race relations commissioner is urging stores to "do the right thing" after two instances of Maori women being badly treated.
Witnesses say an experienced hang glider, who died after crashing, gave his life to save another glider.
The Maritime Union is criticising the Govt for taking too long to sign a convention it says would protect seafarers.
Today's shooting at a Work and Income office in Ashburton is not the first attack at a government department office.
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