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2015/04/21 01:54
2015/04/21 01:54
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Police are investigating the death of a Greymouth boy who died after routine surgery to remove his appendix. Matthew Gunter, 15, was found unresponsive the morning after surgery at Grey Base Hospital...
2015/04/21 01:54
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2015/04/20 22:54
2015/04/20 22:54
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In only a few days Gallipoli will be in lockdown, but you wouldn't know it from the freely flowing traffic around the peninsula. Although security will be ramping up around the commemorative sites on...
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2015/04/20 19:54
2015/04/20 19:54
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New Zealand's sense of national identity may have been forged at Gallipoli, but it also sowed the seed for the formation of Turkey as it is today. It was during the eight-month-long campaign at...
2015/04/20 09:54
2015/04/20 09:54
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A Kiwi who's in Gallipoli to remember his great-grandfather may have made a discovery that's the Anzac equivalent of finding Tutankhamun's tomb. But unlike the Tutankhamun find, there's unlikely to...
2015/04/20 00:54
2015/04/20 00:54
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The way Kiwis and Aussies visit Gallipoli has changed dramatically since the 1980s and 1990s when backpackers would slowly make their way west from Istanbul and then spend up to a week in the nearby...
2015/04/19 22:54
2015/04/19 22:54
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Police are looking for a man who failed to return to his home in Matakana, north of Auckland, on Sunday night. Larry Patterson, 59, was last seen by friends at 9.30pm on Sunday. He left their company...
2015/04/19 19:54
2015/04/19 19:54
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It's a week out from Anzac Day, but hand-knitted poppies, tiny flags and heart-felt notes are already sprouting around the gravesites at Gallipoli. Over 10,000 Kiwis and Australians are due to...
2015/04/19 18:54
2015/04/19 18:54
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Most children are taught history from a book - supplemented with a trip to the museum if they're lucky. But for the year seven and eight class at Maheno School in the rural North Otago township by...
2015/04/18 00:54
2015/04/18 00:54
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State Highway 3 through the Manawatu Gorge will shortly partially re-open after a slip closed the road nine days ago. The New Zealand Transport Agency intended to open one lane of the highway at the...
2015/04/17 19:54
2015/04/17 19:54
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Resisting the temptation to match the up-tempo NSW Swifts in Sunday's trans-Tasman netball league clash will be key for the Northern Mystics, skipper Maria Tutaia says. The Silver Ferns goal attack...
2015/04/17 01:54
2015/04/17 01:54
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The government is ignoring the Reserve Bank's appeal for help to take the heat out of Auckland's red hot housing market, NZ Newswire political columnist Peter Wilson writes. This week Real Estate...
2015/04/16 19:54
2015/04/16 19:54
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Firefighters are working to free a man trapped in a car which crashed into a fuel tanker in Invercargill. The accident happened at about 5am on Friday on Rockdale Road, Senior Sergeant Brian Benn...
2015/04/16 05:54
2015/04/16 05:54
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Russell Packer should be allowed to return to the NRL this year, his St George Illawarra teammate and Kiwi compatriot Benji Marshall believes. Packer has been refused a return to the NRL this year by...
2015/04/16 03:54
2015/04/16 03:54
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Helen Milner's bid to appeal her murder conviction to the Supreme Court has been dismissed. Lawyers for Milner - who's been dubbed the "Black Widow" - were in the Supreme Court in Wellington in...
2015/04/15 01:54
2015/04/15 01:54
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Improved depth and discipline will make the Wallabies strong contenders at this year's Rugby World Cup, says All Blacks great Sean Fitzpatrick. Australia haven't won the tournament since 1999, they...
2015/04/14 22:54
2015/04/14 22:54
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Only 10 of the 632 graves at Chunuk Bair bears a name, and Phil Lascelle's great uncle is in one of them. Twenty-four-year-old Sergeant David Robert Breingan Lascelles was among hundreds of men...
2015/04/14 21:54
2015/04/14 21:54
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As many prepare to commemorate 100 years since the Gallipoli landings, Armenians in New Zealand are getting ready to mark their own centenary: the start of mass killings that claimed up to 1.5 million...
2015/04/13 22:54
2015/04/13 22:54
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Jetsetters have been allowed back into Auckland airport's domestic terminal following an evacuation triggered by a faulty sprinkler. The terminal was evacuated about 8.25am on Tuesday when the fire...
2015/04/12 23:54
2015/04/12 23:54
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The family of a New Zealander accused of trafficking drugs into Indonesia will see him for the first time since his arrest in December. Shaun de Malmanche says he just wants to hug his father Antony...
2015/04/12 03:54
2015/04/12 03:54
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The Anzac spirit is alive and well after Australia rescued New Zealand from a poppy shortfall crisis. The Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association found it didn't have enough poppies to...
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2015/04/21 01:54
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