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Residents in Gaza have used a 12-hour humanitarian truce to return to their homes, gather essential supplies and search for those trapped in the rubble.
A transport lobby group said it is considering legal action over consent given to a highway connecting Auckland to Northland. The Puhoi to Warkworth highway will cost $760 million.
People turned out in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin on Saturday to protest against the practice of factory farming.
An Australia-based family with a New Zealand connection has released a commemoration of the lives of Mary and Gerry Menke, who died on Malaysia Airlines flight MH 17.
India's chef de mission at the Commonwealth Games has reportedly criticised the food, space, bathrooms and TV sets in the athletes' village in Glasgow as being far inferior to Delhi.
The British are buying premium New Zealand wine this year at a rate beaten only by product from France. One in five bottles over £7 bought in Britain is from New Zealand.
Russia says the United States is guilty of an international smear campaign, designed to influence international opinion against Moscow through lies and propaganda.
Demonstrators in Auckland say they will protest every week until Israel stops bombing Gaza. About 800 people marched to the US Consulate General on Saturday afternoon.
Reports from French Polynesia say the head of its delegation due to attend next week's Pacific Islands Forum will return to Tahiti.
An introduction to Edvard Grieg, touching on the famous works while encouraging us to explore some of the lesser-known gems.
A collection of audio which explores the history of the Treaty of Waitangi, drawn from the Sound Archives / Ngā Taonga Kōrero collection.
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Valerie Adams, the Silver Ferns and the rugby sevens promise success for New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Photosport.
Diarmaid MacCulloch in a wide-ranging conversation about religious belief in the modern world.
The scribblings in the margins of a child's book led to an intriguing quest for author Nathan Penlington.
The open access movement is growing, with scientists, musicians, artists and governments committing to sharing intellectual property.
Young New Zealanders from across the country take us on their typical route home – and share the risks they assess along the way.
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