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New Zealand has picked up its first medals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow with the men's sprint cycling team taking gold, and bronzes going to the pursuit team and, in judo, to Darcina Manuel.
An Air Algerie flight carrying 116 people is missing after being caught in a sandstorm over the Sahara Desert. It took off from Burkina Faso, and wreckage has been spotted.
Tariana Turia would stay on after the election as Maori Party co-leader if no women from the party are elected to Parliament, she says. She and Pita Sharples are retiring as MPs. (AUDIO)
It appears the opinion polls and many news media organisations have already decided the outcome of the general election. Labour and the Greens are trailing National in the polls.
Social workers in Auckland say there's a hidden but growing problem of abuse, particularly financial abuse, against elderly migrants, who are living in constant dread and loneliness.
National standards data showing falling achievement levels in Northland are unreliable - but could reflect deepening poverty in the region, Northland principals say.
The United Nations Secretary-General has expressed his horror at an attack on a UN-run school in the northern Gaza strip that has killed women, children and staff.
The Christchurch City Council has recommended Canterbury University be exempt from a proposed alcohol ban. The exemption means students can enjoy a beer with their barbie.
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