A 29-year-old California woman
with terminal brain cancer has moved to Oregon because it
allows assisted suicide for the terminally ill and she is
spending the last few weeks of her life campaigning for
others facing death to have the same right.
An area around a central Dunedin building has been cordoned
off, following the discovery of what is believed to be a
''corroded and unstable'' World War Two mortar round.
The Rolling Stones' ‘14 On Fire' tour arrives in Auckland on
November 22 after playing a series of shows in Australia
kicking off at the Adelaide Oval on October 25.
Hundreds of people watched two helicopters with monsoon
buckets fight a raging vegetation fire in the Dunedin suburb
of Waldronville yesterday evening.
A Tauranga woman has put her "last supper" sculpture on Trade
Me for $10million.
A schoolgirl who was bullied for her singing from the age of
6 has produced an anti-bullying kit for schools that includes
a message of forgiveness for the bullies.
Tourism New Zealand and travel agency STA are teaming up to
promote the possibility of five extreme activities in a day
in the South Island.
News satirist John Oliver has weighed into the New Zealand
election on his high-rating US news show.
The bride wore all white but her vote was all blue.
More than 1000 rugby fans have taken part in the world's
largest scrum last to mark the start of ticket sales for
Rugby World Cup 2015 - including some top international
cars for sale
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