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Polling stations throughout the country have opened for voting in the general election and will stay open until 7pm.
Scotland's first minister, Alex Salmond, who led the campaign for independence, has announced he will step down. In yesterday's referendum 55 percent of Scots voted to stay in the United Kingdom.
Five political parties in Fiji have presented evidence which they say back up their claims of irregularities in the country's landmark election.
A military parade will be held in Palmerston North this morning to mark the 150th anniversary of one of this country's oldest regiments.
The winning streak continues for the national Twenty20 cricket champions Northern Districts at the Champions League in India.
Security experts say the risk of a home-grown terrorist attack in NZ can never be eliminated, but agree with local Muslim leaders that open dialogue is the best defence.
Officials say nine members of a team trying to raise awareness about Ebola have been killed by villagers using machetes and clubs in Guinea
North Queensland's National Rugby League season has once again been ended on a sour note after a refereeing call went against them.
A piece of one of New York's twin towers that has sat as a memorial in Christchurch for the past 12 years is to be moved for safekeeping while earthquake repairs are made.
The Cook Islands Democratic Party has withdrawn a petition against a tied seat in Mitiaro, which means the constituency will go to a by-election.
Squid experts have had a rare opportunity to examine an intact specimen of the enigmatic colossal squid.
Roger Wilson reads some of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm's fairy tales.
Professor Margaret Lock discusses the changing understanding of the causes of Alzheimer's and dementia.
Vote for your favourite classical music, and we will unveil the best loved orchestral works live at the Auckland Town Hall.
Toa Waaka, vice president of the Society for Māori Astronomy Research and Traditions, explains the stars of the Milky Way from a Māori perspective.
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