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South Africa and the world is mourning the loss of revered former leader Nelson Mandela, who has died in Johannesburg at 95.
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Nelson Mandela was a man of great mana who influenced all indigenous people worldwide, Maori leaders say.
The mayor of the Chatham Islands is concerned that mining in nearby waters will not bring economic benefits to residents.
Interpol has issued what is known as a 'purple notice' looking for the fishing vessel Thunder, which is supected of illegal fishing in the southern ocean. The notice has come at New Zealand's request.
Jurors deciding the case of seven men charged with trying to hoodwink electoral authorities into registering extra voters in a South Auckland electorate have retired for the night on Friday.
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