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Texas-based oil company Anadarko is now "unlikely" to drill a second test oil-well it planned off the Otago coast.
The international police agency Interpol does not believe the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane was a result of terrorism.
Labour MP Shane Jones says it's a bit rich for the Greens to complain over comments he made about one of their MPs, when the Greens have called the Conservative Party's Colin Craig thin-skinned.
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New Zealand's biggest-ever fraud trial starts in the High Court at Timaru on Wednesday, with three men facing 18 charges over the $1.7 billion collapse of South Canterbury Finance.
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