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South Korean officials say the recovery operation at the capsized ferry may take two months. Divers on Saturday removed the first three bodies.
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The Government says Te Kooti o Timatanga Hou (The New Beginnings Court), which caters for homeless people, is doing better than was ever expected.
The New Zealand leader of an expedition on Mt Everest which lost three of its Sherpas in an avalanche on Friday, says the deaths are devastating. Up to 16 Nepalese guides perished.
The Environmental Defence Society wants more education on marine protection to be included in the school curriculum. Fisheries reporter Alison Hossain looks at the issue for Insight.
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