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The New Zealand HeraldThe New Zealand Herald

  • South Africa's Louw out of Rugby Championship
    CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) South Africa flanker Francois Louw has been ruled out of the remainder of the Rugby Championship with a pinched nerve in his neck.The South African Rugby Unio...
  • Clear Channel renamed iHeartMedia
    NEW YORK (AP) Clear Channel, the largest radio station operator in the U.S., says it has renamed itself iHeartMedia to reflect its transformation into a multi-platform media company that ...
  • Zidane eyeing France job
    PARIS (AP) Former France great Zinedine Zidane says he would be interested in taking charge of the national team once he'll get more experience under his belt.Zidane, 42, served as an ass...
  • Poverty rate drops for the first time since 2006
    WASHINGTON (AP) The poverty rate in the United States has dropped for the first time since 2006.This comes from the U.S. Census Bureau, which released its annual study on Tuesday.The 2013...
  • Jindal: Obama hasn't done enough to harness energy
    WASHINGTON (AP) The governor of the state of Louisiana, a potential Republican presidential candidate, said Tuesday that President Barack Obama's administration has become "science denier...

  • Boy burned filling lawn mower
    A 14-year-old boy has serious burns after a lawn mower caught fire while he was filling its petrol tank.
  • Hamilton streets in darkness
    Most Hamilton streets are in darkness after a fault at WEL Networks' signal plant meant street lights were not turned on.
  • Restructure at Maori TV
    Maori TV executives Carol Hirschfeld and Julian Wilcox are set to have their current jobs axed but are likely to be offered new roles in a major shake-up announced by the network today.
  • Lotto winner exclaims after winning $7.2m
    A night at home watching an All Blacks test became a whole lot more exciting for a Feilding couple when they realised they had won $7.2 million on Powerball.
  • Boatie's body found in Lake Lyndon
    Police have recovered the body of a 21-year-old man suspected to have drowned in Lake Lyndon yesterday.


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Radio New ZealandRadio New Zealand

  • Deal to give Scots more power
    The leaders of the three main British political parties have cut a deal to devolve more powers to Scotland if voters reject independence in Thursday's referendum.
  • Key refuses to talk about spy programme
    John Key is refusing to talk about a spy programme that NSA analyst turned whistleblower Edward Snowden says is subjecting NZers to mass surveillance.
  • Man convicted for undeclared cash
    A man caught by a sniffer dog trying to take cash equivalent to $136,452 out of the country without declaring it has been convicted and fined in Auckland.
  • IANZ assessors to return to Chch City Council
    Assessors from International Accreditation NZ are returning to the Christchurch City Council's consents department, as it struggles to regain its accreditation authority.
  • Ballot boxes ready ahead of Fiji election
    Ballot boxes have been delivered to the more than 1400 polling stations set up in Fiji in preparation for tomorrow's vote. Police say more than 3000 officers will assist with security.

Wairarapa Times-AgeWairarapa Times-Age

  • Plea to owners for quake checks
    The owners of Masterton's oldest buildings are ignoring fears by the district council their buildings could be wiped out by a Canterbury-sized earthquake.The council says it's disappointe...
  • Council looks at green advisor role
    The position of a green overlord who, among other things, would be paid to oversee the installation low-energy light bulbs and help the Masterton District Council become more environmenta...
  • School's out for Brian, 81
    Wairarapa's oldest school caretaker, Brian Marriott, is giving up his job at Solway Primary but hasn't got time to either "lay down and die, or retire".Relinquishing his job of 27 ...
  • Golf event rises $26,000 for paralysed schoolboy
    A charity golf tournament for a South Wairarapa schoolboy paralysed in a recent car crash has raised more than $26,000.On Saturday the Martinborough Golf Club hosted an Ambrose tournament...
  • Economy behind rise in demand for food
    The need for food has increased in Masterton families in the past three months with the foodbank giving out more food parcels than this time last year - and it ...

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Waikato Times

  • Developers upgrade city centre offices
    Demand for higher quality office space in Hamilton has prompted developers to upgrade buildings around the CBD.
  • Hamilton streets in darkness
    Most Hamilton streets are in darkness after a fault at WEL Networks' signal plant meant street lights were not turned on.
  • Mentally impaired led to vote
    The family of an intellectually disabled woman is alarmed her carers are supporting her to vote in this year's election - despite her having the mental age of a 2-year-old.
  • Vilagrad wins gold for wine
    Waikato wine-maker Vilagrad has won a hard-earned gold at the New Zealand International Wine Show Awards. 
  • Does working make you happy?
    The babyboomers are reaching retirement age and that raises questions about how to keep them working according to one Waikato University economist.

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