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New Zealand to fight against obesity
New Zealand food industry is encouraged to enhance its work to tackle obesity in the country, released in a government statement on Saturday.
New Zealand public hearings highlight dark history of child abuse
Public hearings in New Zealand on abuse of young people in state and faith-based care have exposed a horrific history of neglect and exploitation as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern seeks to make the country the best place in the world to be a child.
New Zealand tries new tactic to disrupt online extremism
The New Zealand government will create a dedicated investigative team to find and prosecute terrorist and extremist content online, seven months after a gunman live-streamed the mass murder of 51 worshippers at two Christchurch mosques.
NZ supermarket launches 'quiet hours' for customers with autism
One of New Zealand’s largest supermarket chains introduced a ‘quiet hour’ nationwide to make the weekly shop easier for those with autism or anxiety issues as well as older people who may prefer a more low-key experience.
New Zealand wrestles with 250th anniversary of James Cook's arrival
A replica of Captain James Cook’s Endeavour docked in Gisborne, New Zealand, 250 years after the British navigator landed in New Zealand and named the cove he first sighted Poverty Bay.
New Zealand university student lay dead in room for nearly two months
Concerns about student welfare have been raised after a first-year student at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand is believed to have lain dead in his room for close to two months before the alarm was raised.
Scientists discover one of world's oldest bird species at Waipara, New Zealand
The ancestor of some of the largest flying birds ever has been found in Waipara, North Canterbury.
Giant penguin fossil found in New Zealand
The fossilized remains of a huge penguin almost the size of an adult human have been found in New Zealand's South Island, scientists announced Wednesday.
Over 10,000 firearms returned in New Zealand after Christchurch attack
More than 10,000 firearms were bought by New Zealand’s government in less than a month as part of its gun buyback scheme following the Christchurch mosque shootings in March.
New Zealand cuts benchmark interest rate to lowest-ever 1%
New Zealand’s central bank cut its benchmark interest rate to an all-time low of one percent on Wednesday as it forecast tougher economic conditions ahead.
New Zealand set to cut rates as global policymakers rush to battle growth risks
New Zealand’s central bank is all but certain to cut rates to record lows next week, and keep the door open for more easing as global policymakers unfurl a fresh burst of monetary stimulus to fight slowing growth in the face of intensifying trade disputes.
Māori land rights leader calls on PM Ardern to recognize Indigenous 'crisis'
The leader of a major Indigenous land dispute in New Zealand criticized Jacinda Ardern’s government for its lack of action on confronting systemic Māori disadvantage, and said the Māori nation is in “a state of emergency” and “crisis”.
New Zealanders hand over guns in Christchurch
New Zealanders have started handing over their semiautomatic weapons as part of a buyback scheme following a ban after the Christchurch attacks.
New Zealand proposes discounts for cleaner cars
New Zealand said on Tuesday that it plans to slash prices for electric, hybrid and fuel efficient vehicles and penalize gas guzzling cars with a new fee, as it looks to make greener cars more affordable.
New Zealand government website removes Israel from map
An official website of New Zealand's government has published a map of the Middle East that only shows Palestine and doesn't recognize Israel.

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