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A faster-growing economy is continuing to keep New Zealanders home and attract foreigners, with a net gain of more than 3800 people - the second highest monthly level on record.
A man arrested in Auckland over a kidnapping and assault has escaped police custody.
US President Obama is due to arrive in Japan on Wednesday for the start of a week-long tour of Asian countries.
Follow unemployed creative Buckford Aquarius Muldoon, aka BAM, in his attempts to find a job with the help of the Labour Office of Sustainable Employment.
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Anthonie Tonnon visits New Zealand’s most talked about places to see music, from big city institutions to port town oddities and near-mythical stages in the bush.
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