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European monitors in Ukraine say pieces of the wreckage at the crash site of the Malaysia Airlines plane have been cut into, which could compromise any investigation into the tragedy.
Reigning Olympic, Commonwealth and World Champion shot putter Valerie Adams has been named flag bearer for the New Zealand Commonwealth Games team in Glasgow.
US and European airlines have suspended flights to Israel over safety concerns after a rocket landed less than 2km from Ben Gurion Airport. Israel asked the airlines to reverse the decision.
Provincial mayors are lukewarm on a proposed $200 million boost to the regions if Labour is elected, with many saying it's a step in the right direction but will not fix everything.
Hospital staff in parts of Auckland are having to work extra shifts to cope with an influx of patients with winter-related illnesses. Some patients have had surgery postponed.
Rates of HIV among injecting drug users are at their lowest ever, with just 0.2 percent of 700
Joko Widodo has officially won Indonesia's presidential election and called for the country to unify after a deeply divisive poll that ended with his rival quitting in controversy.
Construction of the $11.5 million Len Lye Centre in New Plymouth is about to take a dramatic turn with the installation of a 32-tonne, mirror-grade stainless steel facade.
The caretaker Prime Minister of the Cook Islands says criticism from the Democratic Party over election results is immature.
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