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Medal search after mix-up

As Mackenzie Glover looks forward to wearing her grandfather's medals on Anzac Day, her family is racing to find heirs to even earlier military decorations.



Finance officials fear rising threats

The International Monetary Fund's policy committee set a goal of working towards a "more robust, balanced and job-rich global economy" while acknowledging growing risks…


Anzac services on high alert

Security will be stepped up at Anzac Day services around Australia on Saturday after security forces foiled an alleged terror plot to attack police and the public with…

Mystery disease kills 18

A "mysterious" disease that kills patients within 24 hours has claimed at least 18 lives in a southeastern Nigerian town, the Government said yesterday.

Gallipoli 100: Birth of the Anzacs

Our last man standing

In 1915, NZ sent almost 14,000 troops to Gallipoli. One of those soldiers was Alfred Douglas Dibley, from Wellington.

Life & Style

In today's Bite: What's for dinner?

Find all your favourite bits from today's Bite magazine online. Follow the hyperlinks in Jo Elwin's editor's letter and lose yourself in bite.co.nz.






Kaino likely to sit out Crusaders clash

Blues coach John Kirwan believes his team are still in with a slim chance of making the play-offs but is considering resting his captain Jerome Kaino from the must-win…


McCaw: I'm not playing to my peak

All Blacks captain Richie McCaw has admitted he is struggling to recapture his world-class form in the first half of this year's Super Rugby season.

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