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OK Go have just released their new album on CD, mp3 and various music streaming sites. But later this year they will make history when they release it as DNA.
Nearly 3000 child soldiers aged between 11 and 17 laid down their arms this week in South Sudan.
Provisional figures from NIWA show many areas around the country are looking at record or near-record lows for rainfall in January.
This week's Tech Bytes looks at a new invention that takes the sweat out of skateboarding.
The latest survey of South Island listed companies shows strong growth in the last quarter of 2014.
The political year is underway, with both John Key and Andrew Little giving their State of the Nation speeches yesterday - and Patrick Gower was at both.
Lisa Woolley of the VisionWest Community Trust was pleased to hear that state houses wouldn't be sold to private investors - instead going to community providers at a discount.
Parts of the United States have taken a hammering from a snowstorm in the northeast.
A new study in the UK has found more than 1 million people might have been wrongly diagnosed with asthma, and be taking unnecessary medication.
US attorney Loretta Lynch is seeking to become the first African-American woman to serve as Attorney-General.
Novak Djokovic's imperious form continues at the year's first Grand Slam, as he chases another Melbourne crown.
Sam Smith's reps say the writers of 'Stay With Me' had never, ever heard Tom Petty's 'I Won't Back Down' before.
The US Secret Service is continuing to investigate after a small drone crash landed at the White House on Monday.
NZIER says with the economy humming along and Auckland house prices skyrocketing, on balance interest rates are about right as they are.
US President Barack Obama has cancelled a visit to the Taj Mahal to make an unscheduled trip to Saudi Arabia.
Prime Minister John Key has defended his Government's record on supporting the arts, following a stinging attack from acclaimed Kiwi author Eleanor Catton.
Blanket driving bans have been lifted and limited New York public transport is to reopen after a fierce snowstorm.
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