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Syrian ceasefire plan wins support

World powers yesterday agreed on an ambitious plan to cease hostilities in war-racked Syria within a week and dramatically ramp up humanitarian access.

Candidates clash over policies' cost

Fresh off her double-digit loss in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton sought to undermine surging rival Bernie Sanders in Milwaukee yesterday, arguing that his expansive…

Seoul cuts services in standoff

South Korea has cut power and water to a factory park in North Korea a day after the North deported all South Korean workers there and ordered a military takeover of…



Life & Style

For love's sake

Despite his generation often being slammed as impatient, promiscuous, and entitled, Simon Day chose love - and marriage…

Brunch review: Provenance

SET-UP & SITE The Hip Group has mastered the art of the Auckland cafe. So many of their establishments are among the best reasons to go to the beautiful suburbs in…






No-ball call leaves NZ feeling robbed

A dubious no-ball call from umpire Richard Illingworth robbed NZ of a fourth wicket before stumps on the opening day of the first cricket test against Australia.


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