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PM John Key set to win New Zealand vote despite ‘dirty tricks’ allegations
Crouching Tiger prequel to be shot in New Zealand – but Ang Lee won’t direct
New Zealand PM John Key accused by opposition of using visiting royals as vote booster
Fresh contamination scare for New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra
New Zealand Post slows snail mail to three days a week
NZ confirms Mike Tyson visa ban
NZ PM apologises to Dotcom for spy bungle

The New Zealand Prime Minister apologised on Thursday to internet tycoon Kim Dotcom over a bungle by government spies leading to the arrest of the Megaupload boss.

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

The New Zealand Prime Minister apologised on Thursday to internet tycoon Kim Dotcom over a bungle by government spies leading to the arrest of the Megaupload boss.

NZ PM apologises to Dotcom for spy bungle
Same-sex couples say ‘I do’ in New Zealand after country legalises gay marriage
Botham mocks Australia’s cricket woes in India
NZ cricketer Crowe diagnosed with cancer
It’s no choke for Kiwis as Cup lead crumbles
6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off New Zealand
Megaupload boss plans relaunch on raid anniversary
Botham mocks Australia’s ‘hilarious’ woes
Williams World Cup U-turn polarises Kiwis
All Blacks coach frustrated at Kahui move
New Zealand seeks answers on milk scare ‘embarrassment’

New Zealand on Thursday demanded answers on how a false test reading triggered a botulism scare for diary giant Fonterra that led to global product recalls, calling it a costly embarrassment.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:51PM

New Zealand on Thursday demanded answers on how a false test reading triggered a botulism scare for diary giant Fonterra that led to global product recalls, calling it a costly embarrassment.

New Zealand seeks answers on milk scare ‘embarrassment’
Sonny Bill Williams may be available, after all, for New Zealand World Cup defence
Hansen to guide All Blacks to 2015 World Cup

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen will oversee New Zealand’s Rugby World Cup title defence in 2015 after being given a two-year contract extension, the New Zealand Rugby Union said on Wednesday.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:51PM

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen will oversee New Zealand’s Rugby World Cup title defence in 2015 after being given a two-year contract extension, the New Zealand Rugby Union said on Wednesday.

Hansen to guide All Blacks to 2015 World Cup
Climbing couple die on New Zealand mountain
It’s no choke for Kiwis as Cup lead crumbles
Amnesty calls on Fiji regime to investigate ‘torture’ video
Kiwi chiefs under fire over Williams debacle
New Zealand volcano used as Mount Doom in Lord of the Rings may erupt