The 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings have been
marked by unprecedented crowds across Otago today.
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New Zealanders gathered around the country to see the first
light of the day and remember the people who died in battle
while forging the Anzac spirit.
A man who may have followed two schoolchildren around in
Wanaka has caused ripples of concern within the community.
Otago's top policeman choked back tears as he recounted
Dunedin police's significant failures in their handling of
The Dunedin City Council is set to take ''high level''
enforcement action against a developer who illegally added
two rooms to a student flat and then on-sold it.
A Record number of transtasman flights are due to land in
Queenstown this winter, 13% more than last year.
Eight-year-old cloud accounting company Xero - which is yet
to post a profit - has again reported big gains in revenue
and customers numbers, but almost doubled its after-tax loss
for the year.
A 25-year-old man was killed when he was struck by a car in
Whakatane last night.
The day is surely not far away when John Key's gift of the
gab will be unable to talk him out of a political quagmire
into which he has so needlessly dug himself.
Law enforcement authorities determined the Statue of Liberty
and surrounding areas were safe after a bomb scare led to the
evacuation of hundreds of tourists, according to media
Embassies representing prisoners on death row with Andrew
Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have been summoned to a meeting
that could signal the executions are imminent.
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