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The death of Nelson Mandela has led to an outpouring of emotion in South Africa and around the world as his legacy was remembered and his life celebrated.
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Wellington City Council has approved rates relief to encourage owners of quake-prone buildings to strengthen them.
Prime Minister John Key says he will fight a defamation suit being brought against him by the cameraman at the centre of the so-called teapot tape saga.
The police are appealing to Timaru residents to be on the lookout for a person thought to be connected to the attempted abduction of a 13-year old girl on Tuesday.
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A collection of audio which explores the history of the Treaty of Waitangi, drawn from the Sound Archives / Ngā Taonga Kōrero collection.
Veronika Meduna’s blog from the Spirit of Mawson Antarctic expedition.
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A series based on the letters of internationally-recognised New Zealand scientist Beatrice Hill Tinsley.
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