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The prime minister's message calling for a removal of fossil fuel subsidies was met with questions.
Millions of dollars are being invested in new technology that could reduce the amount of fertiliser being put on farmland.
Hans Kriek from SAFE maintains that footage of mistreated bobby calves must be distributed internationally.
Why was that detestable man there lying in wait for the woman running in Dunedin? Megan Martin asks.
Wellington back line, Paul Steinmetz, left, Christian Cullen, Jonah lomu and Ma'a Nonu against Taranaki in the warmup NPC match at Porirua Park in 2003.
The United States president warned of "submerged countries, abandoned cities."
NIWA is predicting a growing likelihood of dry conditions this summer.
"We want to protect all New Zealanders from the possibility of getting it from any frozen imported berries."
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Lawyer Garth Gallaway says his client doesn't have any regrets about presenting his evidence in the case.
Twelve properties were evacuated as a precaution.
Ruth Dyson is facing possible disciplinary action for her comments.
In December 1992, Dylan Taite caught up with homegrown talent at its best.
Authorities say the majority of the several hundred litres of fuel oil that spilled from a ship has now been contained.
After hitting a hole-in-one in 1987, six-year-old Matt Jones got to meet Greg Norman.
A 23-year-old woman has admitted stealing nearly 100 exam papers in various subjects.
Vitali Sitnikov narrowly avoided life-threatening injury in today's match.
Dunedin police say a European man who attacked a jogger was scared off when a dog approached the two.
Waikato police say bitumen emulsion was being transferred between two tanks using compressed air.
Rugby World Cup All Blacks hero Nonu psoted a heartfelt message to the late rugby legend Lomu yesterday.
Cairns says his celebrated dad was cast adrift by some members of the NZ cricket community.
A woman was knocked over and tied up during an assault in Dunedin last night.
Europe's oldest person says leaving a violent husband and eating three eggs a day has seen her reach yet another birthday.
Under the old policy, students couldn't access loans after seven years of study.
CCTV showed three cars, at a busy intersection in Xingtai being lifted up. What really happened?
The flight was close to touching down before powering away from Manchester Airport.
Chris Cairns: The way people reacted to my dad was appalling
'OK this is just dumb' - dodgy driver takes both lanes on Milford highway
1993: Ms Clark was the first woman to be the leader of a major political party in New Zealand.
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