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New Zealand government moves to support businesses trading with Iran
The New Zealand government is doing everything it can to support businesses trading with Iran, the PM said on Wednesday.
Needles found in Australian strawberries sold in New Zealand
The Australian strawberry scare has spread to New Zealand with a supermarket chain announcing Sunday that needles were found in a box of the fruit sourced from the neighboring country.
Physicists measure energy difference between two quantum states
A physicist in New Zealand has measured the energy difference between two quantum states in a helium atom.
Scientist warns of climate change's effects on New Zealand
A second contingent of New Zealand firefighters is heading to North America to help fight hundreds of wildfires.
Scientists confirm location of destroyed Pink and White Terraces
Scientists have reconfirmed that remnants of the world famous Pink and White Terraces lie at the bottom of Lake Rotomahana in northern New Zealand.
IMF urges New Zealand to reconsider ban on foreigners’ home ownership
The International Monetary Fund called on New Zealand to reconsider a controversial plan to ban foreigners from buying residential property, warning the move could discourage foreign direct investment necessary to build new homes.
Malaysia halts people-smuggling ship bound for Australia, New Zealand
Malaysia has arrested more than a dozen members of an alleged people trafficking syndicate after intercepting a ship carrying 127 Sri Lankan refugees believed to be bound for Australia and New Zealand, authorities have said.
No decline in child poverty in New Zealand
Whangarei advocates say they haven't seen any change in the number of children living in poverty in New Zealand despite the Child Poverty Monitor 2017 reporting a drop in the past year.
Energy poverty a reality for at least a fifth of New Zealanders
Reduced summer power bills used to be a welcome reprieve for struggling families in New Zealand: The sun's out, the heaters are off, and everyone's outside saving on power use.
Air New Zealand cancels flights after "events" involving Rolls-Royce engines
Air New Zealand Ltd (AIR.NZ) said on Thursday “two recent events” involving Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC (RR.L) Trent 1000 engines had prompted it to cancel and delay some international flights over the coming weeks, making it the latest airline to experience problems.
Hundreds of asylum seekers still refusing to leave closed Australia refugee camp
Dozens of refugees have left a shuttered Australian camp in Papua New Guinea (PNG) but hundreds more are refusing to move, detainees said Sunday, as New Zealand’s leader repeated an offer to resettle some of them.
Australia, New Zealand fight bitter war over honey
Australian honey producers have been stung by the news that New Zealand's honey industry is in the process of trying to trademark the word ‘manuka’ around the globe.
Russians party in style
Host Russia could not make a better start to the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, following up a spectacular opening ceremony with a 2-0 defeat of New Zealand in the opening match of the tournament.
New Zealand launches into space race with 3D-printed rocket
The successful launch of a low cost, 3D-printed rocket is an important step in the commercial race to bring down financial and logistical barriers to space while also making New Zealand an unlikely space hub.
New Zealand expels US diplomat over 'serious' criminal incident
A US diplomat has been expelled from New Zealand over allegations of involvement in a “serious” criminal incident.

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