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A kiwi is treated at Massey University’s veterinary teaching hospital. BEFORE any international students can settle in after moving to New Zealand (NZ) for higher education, there is likely to be...
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2015/04/18 17:16
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Bag checks may become a reality for shoppers in response to growing terror threats. Three people were killed in the Lindt cafe siege in Sydney in December. Photo / Getty Images You might be reading...
2015/04/18 11:46
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Malcolm Rands' ecostore products are in more than 2000 outlets in Australia. He may be based over the ditch in New Zealand, but Malcolm Rands' business success is keenly felt here in Australia. The...
2015/04/17 21:16
2015/04/17 21:16
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Special programme helps 15 to 24-year-olds connect with secrets of museum life. Participants (from left to right) Charlotte Milne, Elja Murphy and Eric Soakai take part in Urbanlife. Photo / Ted...
2015/04/17 09:16
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Ministry for Primary Industries detector dog handler Sarah Carley works with her dog Bounty at Auckland Airport's international arrivals hall. Photo / Michael Craig A review of New Zealand's...
2015/04/17 04:28
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2015/04/17 02:28
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Something is RottenFriday, 17 April 2015, 1:40 pmPress Release: Echo Publishing Something is Rotten The first contemporary thriller from Echo Publishing, Something is Rotten is a page-turning &...
2015/04/16 23:16
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The Schreuder family won TVNZ's Our First Home. Photo / supplied Renovation reality TV gives first home buyers unrealistic expectations about the ease of making a quick buck in Auckland's property...
2015/04/16 22:16
2015/04/16 22:16
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Is there a spanner in the works over the appointment of members of Sir David Carruthers' Independent Police Conduct Authority? Photo / Martin Sykes Is there a spanner in the works over the...
2015/04/16 02:28
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Dementia And DancingThursday, 16 April 2015, 1:52 pmPress Release: Alzheimers Auckland IncDementia And Dancing: the Innovative New Project Supporting People with DementiaWhen you think of ways to...
2015/04/16 02:28
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New TEI Council Members AppointedThursday, 16 April 2015, 1:44 pmPress Release: New Zealand GovernmentNew TEI Council Members AppointedTertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce...
2015/04/15 18:25
2015/04/15 18:25
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Modi Deng, Photo by Christine O'Connor Modi Deng was just 11 years old when she played her first concerto with an orchestra. Now 18 and a student at the University of Auckland, she returns to Dunedin...
2015/04/14 12:21
2015/04/14 12:21
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Does being poor make us more likely to believe in God? We're more likely to be religious if we live in a 'harsh' environment Study was conducted by National Evolutionary Synthesis Centre, Durham It...
2015/04/14 03:28
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Architecture students redesign War MemorialTuesday, 14 April 2015, 2:49 pmPress Release: University of Auckland Architecture students redesign War MemorialA local War Memorial is undergoing a major...
2015/04/13 04:28
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Property Council welcomes new national presidentMonday, 13 April 2015, 4:19 pmPress Release: Property Council Of New Zealand Property Council welcomes new national presidentProperty Council is proud...
2015/04/12 23:28
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Food industry technology could aid critically ill patientsMonday, 13 April 2015, 10:57 amPress Release: Health Research CouncilNZ study to explore how food industry technology could aid critically ill...
2015/04/12 22:28
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Majority of packaged foods unhealthyMonday, 13 April 2015, 9:56 amPress Release: National Institute for Health InnovationMajority of packaged foods unhealthyFewer than half of all packaged foods...
2015/04/12 17:16
2015/04/12 17:16
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Murray Jackson says he would rather die than suffer again the 19 violent jolts he received from a small defibrillator that had been implanted within his chest. "It was fearful bloody pain, just...
2015/04/12 12:37
2015/04/12 12:37
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Path dependence, the blockade to conservation – Agkillah Maniam Published: 12 April 2015 8:30 PM Malaysia's forests loss and conversion is disturbing, especially when agriculture and forest...
2015/04/12 07:17
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The man who talked up New Zealand's "rock star" economy a year ago, HSCB Chief Economist Paul Bloxham, says it's still rocking despite lower dairy prices and increasing salary freezes. New Zealand's...
2015/04/18 18:07
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