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Fish oil or snake oil? Claims misleading

Nearly all fish oil supplements marketed in New Zealand contain much less of the brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids than their labels claim, an eye-opening study has found.

Australian Open: What to watch - day four

Don't miss: Victoria Azarenka vs Caroline Wozniacki

Morgan: Get radical on race issues

Morgan: Get radical on race issues

Pakeha nearly "exterminated" Maori and need to make good on the intent of the Treaty of Waitangi -- including compulsory te reo in all primary schools, philanthropist Gareth Morgan has said ahead of a visit to the Ratana Church today.

Zoo puts down sad gibbon

Zoo puts down sad gibbon

One of Auckland Zoo's two siamang gibbons has been put down, ending an 11-year life in which he was believed to have been severely depressed.

Mortgage wars heat up as three more banks cut rates

The latest round of mortgage wars is heating up, with three more banks cutting interest rates in the fight to attract customers.

Public sector staff on hunt for pay rise:

Public sector staff on hunt for pay rise:

Unions have rejected a call from Finance Minister Bill English for further restraint in wage increases because of the low-inflation environment.

Number of large rural fires across the NI

Firefighters have been battling a number of large rural fires across the North Island.

Blaze at hay shed

Firefighters are working to control a blaze at a hay shed in New Plymouth this morning.

Tennis: Erakovic knocked out of Australian Open

Tennis: Erakovic knocked out of Australian Open

Marina Erakovic's Australian Open campaign has come to an end, after a first round loss in the doubles on Wednesday night.

Kiwi fugitive caught in Australia

A drug criminal who dodged border controls and fled New Zealand just days after convicted murderer and sex offender Phillip John Smith allegedly escaped to South America has been caught in Australia and deported.

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