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Fonterra and Danone are back in formal talks aimed at settling a disagreement over last year's botulism scare and will be back in court in New Zealand in October.
Turkey says more than 66000, mainly Kurdish, refugees from northern Syria have crossed the border in 24 hours since it was opened by the Turkish authorities.
The former Kiwis rugby league international Tony Iro is returning to the Warriors National Rugby League club as an assistant to head coach Andrew McFadden for the 2015 season.
A recent spate of penguin deaths on the fringe of Abel Tasman National Park has led to a campaign to protect them from domestic dogs.
The elections authorities in Fiji say they say they'll look into allegations of alleged irregularities but they're not satisfied with documents provided so far.
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"New Zealand has changed, so Miss Universe New Zealand has changed… " Sonia Sly finds out about the re-branded glamour event.
We’ve hauled aboard a new stash of gold pieces, and heavens above, there are gifts from the moon, flash new clothes, puzzlenuts and drama queens!
From stick insects to kahikatea, a new book takes an eclectic look at New Zealand nature.
James Gardner traces a personal path through the evolving world of electronic music.
From the "criminal chromosome" to the "gay gene", claims about the influence of genes like these have led to often vitriolic societal debates about race, class, and inequality.
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