In the hills above the stricken south coast of Samoa, 49 people are huddled under a single tarpaulin.
Racing television viewers are set to get the best of both worlds from December.
The PSP (PlayStation Portable) may have been overshadowed by the sheer volume of hype surrounding the iPhone, but Sony's latest portable gaming goodie, the PSP Go, could see that trend reversed.
David Tua will fight again before Christmas but the who, where and when depend on how a messy contractual situation over broadcasting rights is resolved.
The Centre of New Zealand Studies at a UK university may be forced to close its doors after just two and a-half years.
For some, his music might sound like the infuriating and bouncy Barbie Girl-beats of Aqua. For others, it might recall the stuttering din of Crazy Frog.
Parents and communities have propped up schools throughout the country in the past year, pumping $700 million into the nation's free education system.
Ana Lulai and Rachel Loane were cousins and best friends. They had just finished breakfast on Wednesday and were preparing for school. Then the waves hit.
As a naked 84-year-old Lemafa Atia'e clung for his life to a post from his neighbour's house while waves crashed over him, he was not afraid.
Former Blue Chip boss Mark Bryers is now a bankrupt. By his own estimation, the founder of the failed investment scheme owes a long list of creditors $173 million.
"Lest we forget" is scrawled in red on a yellow ute abandoned on the roadside. Then the words: "Life goes on and on". That, it seems, is true in tsunami-stricken Samoa.
Three New Zealanders have now been confirmed dead and another is missing, presumed dead.
Fisher and Paykel Appliances has received approval for a waiver of its budget covenant but will face more scrutiny under a new agreement with its bankers.
Salamasina Taufua was basking in the sun and happily watching her three young children playing on the sand when a massive tidal wave appeared suddenly and swept all three youngsters away.
Fuel taxes will rise tomorrow, putting the brakes on a good run for motorists who have enjoyed petrol price cuts of 8c a litre since last week.
Robotic "drone" spy planes that fly by remote control could be used to patrol New Zealand's waters.
Labour says the $32,000 Deputy Prime Minister Bill English has paid back is not enough, and the party will continue to attack him over the taxpayer-funded accommodation allowance he has claimed.
The launch of the digital video recorder TiVo has been announced for November but its future is wired in with Telecom broadband.
Television stars aren't in the habit of discussing the competition. It isn't the done thing.
A lot of hot air has been expended over the relative merits of the Government's amended Emissions Trading Scheme and the Labour model it has supplanted. Brian Fallow of The New Zealand Herald attempts to clarify the issues.