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Lundy retrial: The end.

The end. The end of any doubt in the eyes of the law that he was the killer, the end of any hope that he was going to be proven innocent.


The Forgotten Millions

This image sums it up

It is an image that challenges me emotionally every time I look at it, and the more I look, the more it challenges me.

Films give refugees a voice

Ralph Baydoun is a 23-year-old Lebanese videographer based in World Vision's Beirut office and last month we travelled together to some of the more challenging areas…

The pain of a life left behind

"As I write to you, I feel so much sadness because you stayed behind in Syria on your own. You are far away and the war in Syria has grown distance between us."


Rival's IPO unlikely to weigh on Xero

The arrival of MYOB Group, the Australian accounting software firm, on the Australian Stock Exchange is unlikely to weigh on dual-listed rival Xero's share price, says…

Chorus terms to be reviewed

The Commerce Commission is to review the terms under which Chorus offers unbundled bitstream access (UBA) to retail telecommunications companies.


Pilot warned of cockpit risk

A Dutch pilot issued a chilling warning of the risks of being locked out of the cockpit weeks before the Germanwings crash…

German zoo christens new cub

Eight years after Knut drew millions of visitors to Berlin Zoo, the polar bear's baby brother has been christened at a zoo in the north-eastern German town of Rostock…

Songbird's 'fly-or-die' marathon

A small songbird no bigger than a sparrow flies up to 2770km over open ocean in what has been described as one of the "most extraordinary migratory feats on the planet"…

Life & Style

Why was this photo censored?

The images aim to demystify and destigmatise the female body - to make viewers "realise these are just regular, normal processes," nothing to reject or shame



Mark Lundy found guilty

Mark Lundy has been found guilty of the murder of his wife and daughter for the second time. The jury - which deliberated for 16 hours over more than two days - returned…


Is this 2015's best April Fool's?

ZM breakfast hosts Fletch, Vaughan and Megan played a cruel joke on their colleagues Jase and PJ this morning, in an elaborate hour-long prank.




Cricket World Cup

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