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Israeli forces are searching for a soldier believed captured, as a 72-hour truce with Hamas in Gaza collapsed just hours after it had begun. Palestinians are bracing for an escalation in retaliatory shelling.
Passengers on an Air New Zealand flight that was stranded in Honolulu say they're angered by claims some of the crew were partying while they were stuck in limbo for three days.
An expansion of a popular regional park in Auckland has been approved with the purchase of a 78 hectare block which links two parts of the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park.
Feature: A jet-setting businesswoman swapped heels for gumboots when she bought Bay Subtropicals in Golden Bay. Country Life reports on a corporate tree change.
Chinese company Shanghai Pengxin is defending the purchase of another large North Island farm - Lochinver Station near Taupo. Pengxin already owns 29 farms in New Zealand.
Former ACT leader John Banks has been sentenced to community work for filing a false electoral return, but says he is innocent and will appeal against his conviction. (VIDEO)
World Health Organisation head Margaret Chanand and the leaders of West African nations affected by the Ebola outbreak are to announce a joint $100 million response plan.
Christchurch's Hagley Oval is one step closer to hosting the opening match of the Cricket World Cup next year, with the completion of the roof on the stadium's pavilion.
A former director general of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community, Jimmie Rodgers, says the appointment of Dame Meg Taylor to the role of Secretary-General of the Pacific Islands Forum is a milestone for women.
Clinical psychologist Nigel Latta went back to school to see the education system in action.
In recognition of New Zealand's first Loss and Grief Awareness Week, David Steemson visited the Grief Support and Educational Trust in Birkenhead and meets trustee Mark Ebery.
Photos and conversation about restoring New Zealand caravans to their former glory.
The story of four convicts who spent more than nine years on the Snares Islands in the early years of the nineteenth century
Movie-makers and actors, videos and ephemera related to the NZ International Film Festival 2014.
The story of the drovers who moved stock around the country and helped shaped our nation.
Scientists have proved that some plants do respond to sound. So was Prince Charles right, and should we be talking to them?
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