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Kerry pushes for action on Syria

With the attacks in Paris and threats in Brussels adding urgency to bids for Syrian peace talks, United States Secretary of State John Kerry said yesterday he wants…

Clock teen to sue for $23m

The Muslim teenager arrested when a teacher mistook his homemade clock for a bomb threatened to sue his school and the town of Irving, Texas for US$15 million ($23 million)…

Cash big voice in US climate debate

Climate change has long been a highly polarising topic in the United States, with Americans lining up on opposite sides depending on their politics and worldview.


A2 Milk continues record rise

The stock, which is listed on both sides of the Tasman, traded as high as $1.27 - a 16.5 per cent gain on the opening price - before closing up 11.9 per cent at $1.22…


NZ invited to be part of Oz

Strewth. Can you imagine it, cobber? The All Blacks singing Advance Australia Fair before kick-off and then throwing a few prawns on the barbie at the after-match?

Colin Craig's $15K poem claim

Former Conservative Party leader appears to have claimed ownership of a poem allegedly written for his former press secretary.

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Why four day tests should happen

Four day cricket tests, more than 100 overs a day, finish on a Sunday. What's not to like? Farewells like Mitchell Johnson's should be in front of a decent crowd rather…




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