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Starts 7th April
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A rare prototype of the first American penny, dating from 1792, has just changed hands for US$117.5 million (NZ$1.54 million).
Saudi-led coalition warplanes bomb rebel camps in Yemen in a second straight day of strikes.
Two people are missing after an explosion brought down three buildings and damaged a fourth property in New York's popular East Village.
New Zealand's ambassador to Brazil has been hauled in for a "please explain" meeting with Brazilian officials.
A jury in the US has reportedly recommended a woman be sentenced to life imprisonment after being convicted for running her granddaughter to death.
The United States and Cuba are to hold talks on human rights, one of the most delicate issues pending in their historic rapprochement.
Flash floods in a normally bone-dry region of northern Chile have killed seven people and left 19 missing.
Twelve people have been injured as two New York buildings collapsed and a blaze tore through neighbouring properties.
One person is dead and several others injured after tornados ripped through Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Sea World is fighting new criticism of its treatment of orca, after the release of a book written by a former trainer.
Consuming at least three alcoholic drinks a day increases the chance of developing liver cancer, according to a new study.
Dramatic video has emerged showing a Brazilian bus being swallowed by a sinkhole – and emerging in a nearby river.
Washington is considering air strikes, possibly within days, to back up Iraqi and Shi'ite forces battling to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State.
There were 'waves' of emotion yesterday, as a baby hippo was born at San Diego Zoo, after weeks of eager anticipation.
By drilling into Martian rocks, NASA's Curiosity rover has found evidence of nitrates, compounds containing nitrogen that can be used by living organisms.
Utah has become the only US state to restore the firing squad as a method of execution, its governor Gary Herbert signing a bill on the emotive issue into law.
US President Barack Obama insists his disagreement with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu represents a substantial policy difference and not a personal vendetta.
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