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QUEENSTOWN — Firefighters are battling a large fire in central Queenstown this afternoon.
WANAKA — With a day to go top athletes speak about their careers and the upcoming race.
AUCKLAND — Saturday's Wild Turkey was the last time the event will be run and was my first time.
Yesterday I went to the launch of 3D viewing for the RWC2011.
COROMANDEL — Recent rain and flooding have cause significant damage to the track from Hahei to world famous tourist attraction Cathedral cove.
WEST COAST — Superintendent Gary Knowles has told families there is no hope for the 29 men trapped in Pike River mine, after a second explosion today. Knowles says no-one could have survived the explosion and the search and rescue operation is now a search and recovery mission.
Dan Carter is just one kick away from a world record after the AB's beat Ireland this morning 38-18 at Aviva Stadium.
The search is almost over for one of New Zealand's most well-known young adventurers – the MILKYBAR Kid – as public voting closes tonight.
Below are a few comments about online advertising and journalism from NZ Internet entrepreneurs Alistair Thompson, Scoop.co.nz, and Gary Jensen from NZS.com while at Bizzone on Friday.
Below are a few comparisons between print and online advertising and why advertisers can benefit from the variety and breadth of websites and options available in online advertising.
AUCKLAND CITY — The Lantern Festival is traditionally held on the 15th day of Chinese Lunar New Year.
AUCKLAND CITY — The Big Day Out at Mt Smart Stadium was great fun yesterday.
A group of Robin Bain supporters has launched a petition to deny David Bain's application for compensation for time spent in jail for the alleged murders of five members of his family in 1995.
Police Ten Seven at its best bringing "safer communities together".
Corney Swanepoel has missed out on a final spot in the men's 100 fly after failing to improve on his heat time in the semi-final last night at the world swimming champs in Rome.
Three Kiwis raced in Rome over night with Hayley Palmer the only one to progress to the semis in her favored 100 Free with a 54.10sec swim.
Moss Burmester has fallen short of making the finals in the 200 Fly semi finals with an eleventh ranked swim of 1:56.03 in the heats and semi-final on day 3 of the swimming world championships in Rome.
AUCKLAND CITY — Robert Sarfati speaks about the Hypo2 hyperbaric chambers now open in Ponsonby.
New Zealanders Andrew McMillan and Michael Jack swam well in the mens 200 Free at the Swimming World Champs in Rome today.
Olympic finalist Corney Swanepoel has made the semi-final cut in the 50 Fly today, coming in 13th, but missed the final at the FINA world champs in Rome.
Yesterday I a box of energy efficient light bulbs from rightlight.govt.nz to try out.
PIHA — 7 Worlds Collide documentary screening on TV 1 on Sunday 24th May.
AUCKLAND — The Auckland Half palyed out in stunning weather with a class field today at Maritai and Kawakawa.
Section 92 of the Copyright Amendment Act.
Blair Anderson of the Mild Greens has posted an interesting widget/graph onÂ http://mildgreens.blogspot.com.
AUCKLAND — The Kiwis have arrived in Auckland tonight to fans applause and admiration after beating Australia 34 - 20 in the Rugby League World Cup final in Brisbane last night.
This morning I visited Facebook to see what sort of comments would be flying around about last nights elections.
AUCKLAND CITY — Auckland's Empire Tavern was packed last night for the finals of Miss Hawaiian Tropic New Zealand 2009 where the hottest talent from accross the country lined up to battle for the best bikini body.
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