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After a charter flight and quarantine, the pets can enjoy their former and new homes.
Covid-19 separated pets from their families, but for 36 owners the wait is nearly over.
"It absolutely was crazy, I couldn't believe it," beach-goer says after amazing encounter.
Security grilling after making a $960 payment with the reference 'funds for Isis'.
New York Times: The predatory felines would snatch mammoths from their herds.
'We're doing everything we can to boost supply in-store.'
Regional council estimated up to 1000 fish died along 6km stretch of Mt Somers waterway.
'Without his help the patient might have never been found.'
Swimmer comes face-to-face with orcas in Mount Maunganui. Video / Supplied
After eight years of hunting feral cats in the bush, Milo the conservation dog is retiring this month. Video / Michael Craig
The toddler was saved after neighbours heard the attack taking place.
A goat in America was caught by police in a house. But it wasn't his owner's house.
Scientists believe a virus may be the cause.
The endangered tortoises can live up to 300 years.
A campervan holiday is a real crowd-pleaser for all the whānau - dogs included.
Ever wondered what a moa would taste like?
The Queen now has two new corgi pups to comfort her amid the royal crisis.
Fischer, who was shot trying to save Gaga's dogs, has thanked the singer for her support.
"My heart is sick and I am praying my family will be whole again with an act of kindness."
The singer and actress is "distraught" and is offering a US$500,000 reward.
Skipper is a pretty special puppy who left scientists stunned.
Auckland's aquarium and sea life centre will later this year open a new wing. Video / Michael Craig
The 32-year-old mum has defended her trophy kill, saying it helps save threatened species.
A school of hammerheads gave a group of friends a magical Far North surprise.
Pet owners are asked to keep their dogs on a leash around Wellington's reserves.
'Why would anyone be so horrid about trying to cause a really slow agonising death.'
Men used working dogs but women made family pets of them, says study.