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Ender's Game left me very, very confused about who this film is trying to please.
Hundreds of sailors have taken to the water for one of the highlights on the yachting calendar.
The pressure is right on Manchester United manager David Moyes after the English Premier League champions lost their second game at home in four days.
Kevin Pietersen has gone and England's faint hopes of a draw rest with baby-faced Joe Root as the tourists try to bat for two days to save the second Ashes Test.
Robbie Deans says he's just about to "get serious" about his next coaching job.
Nelson Mandela was married three times, but it was his second wife, Winnie, who withstood persecution during the apartheid years.
John Minto believes Nelson Mandela's death may refocus the world's attention on the plight of poor South Africans.
A man is fighting for his life in hospital after a street brawl in south Auckland last night left him with serious head injuries.
An advance fighter jet has taken to the Wanaka skies ahead of what's set to be a huge Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow next Easter.
Unlikely friendships are developing in the Waikato, and the result is less crime.
A murder investigation has been launched following the disappearance of a Manawatu father from a Linton address.
France says the African Union has agreed to increase its troops in violence-wracked Central African Republic to 6,000.
South Africa expects overwhelming crowds and a host of world leaders to attend services honouring late President Nelson Mandela.
Three Kiwis were featuring in the UFC Fight Night Mixed Martial Arts Cards in Brisbane.
Auckland car enthusiasts honour Paul Walker
Scientists pinpoint key cause of Japan tsunami
'Golliwogs' ignite racism debate
Hart recalls 260km/h hydroplane crash
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