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The Council of Trade Unions may ask for a judicial review into the decision to drop charges against Pike River Coal former chief executive Peter Whittall.
Former Thai prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has been indicted on charges of murder in connection with a military crackdown against mass protests in the capital Bangkok three years ago.
Scientists say a coastal cave on the Indonesian island of Sumatra holds a remarkable record of big tsunamis in the Indian Ocean. Deposits from seven - 10 tsunamis are preserved between layers of bat droppings.
Doctors say hospitalised children often live in harmful housing conditions and are calling for a warrant of fitness for all rental houses.
The sign language interpreter accused of using fake hand signals at Nelson Mandela's memorial says he had a schizophrenic episode and was hallucinating during the service.
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Veronika Meduna’s blog from the Spirit of Mawson Antarctic expedition.
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