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South Korea's President Park Geun-hye says the behaviour of the captain and some of the crew on a ferry carrying 476 people that sank was "akin to murder" and those responsible will be held criminally accountable.
Updated about 1 hour ago
The ACT party has released details of its plan to extend its three strikes and you're out policy to include burglary. Leader Jamie Whyte says there needs to be a greater deterrent.
Updated 35 minutes ago
The Financial Services Council said New Zealand has the most hostile environment worldwide for retirement savings and tax rates on KiwiSaver funds should be cut.
Poet and educator Cliff Fell on the influence of the 'classic' poems and poets.
Katy Gosset is behind the scenes at the vets where staff bring their dogs to work and spaying a lioness is just another day at the office.
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