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Warren Truss, Australia's deputy prime minister, says object discovered at Reunion could help to end some wild theories about MH370.

Mystery Irish taxi ride

The Prime Minister's office racked up a $87 taxi fare in Dublin. The bill came as a surprise to officials, because its cardholder was 18,000km away.

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Year 2 students at Glenfield's Mānuka Primary School are still learning to read and write in English - but they are already learning te reo Māori too.

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Williamson to Labour: Blame me

Maurice Williamson says he's happy to take the label of "evil demon beast" from Labour, as he was opposed to overly stringent…

National keen to limit advance voting

The National Party wants to place limits on advance voting before an election, saying it was making it more difficult to scrutinise the roll before people voted.

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India: True colours

From rainbow-coloured saris to terrifying traffic jams, Paul Rush finds all of his senses assailed in India.

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Rugby Twitter rules: No nudity

'Do not use abusive, indecent or insulting words and do not post when you are in a bad mood', the 24-point guide warns English players.

Kaino: Hero from humble roots

In the first of three exclusive extracts from his new autobiography My Story, Jerome Kaino talks about his humble origins in Papakura.

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