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Just 77 per cent of six-month-old babies are now getting their vaccines on time.
111 calls released to Herald: "We're going to need a chopper real fast."
It would only take 0.2 per cent of Facebook's user base.
New York Times: For a brief moment, civil rights movement and space race came together.
New York Times: Firefighters were going in "without knowing if they would come back out".
Times: It took less than five seconds for a 22-year-old to defeat a billionaire.
Financial Times: Little sign developing economies are converging with the developed world.
The trials and tribulations of the city's 'lasagne of failure' bus network continue.
New York Times: When he returned after being branded a sex offender his reputation rose.
NZers saw moon landing on TV thanks to Kiwi ingenuity and complex trans-Tasman effort.
Mosque shootings stirs up disturbing underbelly but how representative is it?
How changing consumer needs are transforming the supermarket and grocery industry.
Chris Keall's power rankings.
Here come quieter, cheaper, environmentally friendly boats and ships.
Inside the vet hospital racing to stop more critically endangered birds from dying.
"It's too late for Dad, maybe we can stop this happening to someone else," daughter says.
COMMENT: Will the Govt's new 'feebate' be enough to get Kiwi motorists into more EVs?
Advertising executive Damon Stapleton just landed a promotion. So we sit down for a chat.
New York Times: Boat carrying victims of a human smuggling ring capsized. Only 9 survived.
Financial Times: How colleagues and critics view the man most likely to enter No. 10.
New York Times: A look at why the US stock market keeps going up.
New York Times: She left school and changed the world of online video. It wasn't easy.
When Terry Blumhardt was asked to find teens stranded on an icy face, he was on his own.
"I just wish we could have back the beautiful home we had," says Auckland homeowner.
Times: "My responsibility isn't just to her face, but to her emotional state as well."
New York Times: "We were ringing the alarms, and nobody was listening."
Financial Times: "I used to call him 'that ******* mouse'".
Teens at a youth justice facility speak out about why they flee police.
When the worlds of boxing and organised crime collide, the results can get messy.
Your social licence to operate is subject to change.
A welcome winter dose of arts and artisans in Nelson Tasman.
New York Times: "We're ruining these people," says a former regional Subway supervisor.
The wool industry provides an excellent case study on why sustainability alone can't win.
Apple's packing money and stars in the streaming wars - can NZ survive the onslaught?
Financial Times: Mired in controversy for years, is Sewing's plan too 'little too late'?
COMMENT: With KiwiBuild discredited, Govt needs something more radical and progressive.
Nomadic Norm Maxwell has been on an incredible journey since retiring from rugby at 28.
Promises of sustainability are often over-stated.
Grand exhibition hall walls can be moved seamlessly by a single person.
Another big client has taken its agency off retainer.
Times: He's kept a low profile since prison. Then 6 weeks ago he got a call from Trump.
Financial Times: Huawei is determined to accelerate efforts to become self-reliant.
"Blair won't live to see change but he lives for hope change is coming."
New York Times: The new forensic technique has returned its first guilty verdict.
Financial Times: Businesses outside the US are testing the power of the reserve currency.
New US info sheds lights into critical minutes of Operation Burnham.
Times: Liar. Husband. Father. Embezzler. Murderer. Can he be trusted after his release?
To call it a one-horse town would do it a huge injustice - Pendleton, Oregon is legendary.
New York Times: Colorado's experiment has infused marijuana into every corner of life.
New York Times: Why are endangered apes still on the front lines of conservation battle?
In an untouched, ancient landscape, a long journey leads to luxury.
Financial Times: As he heads to the G20 summit, Putin believes he's back at the top table.
Financial Times: Departure of chief design officer raises questions about its future.
New York Times: These kids know Stranger Things. But what's stranger than growing up?
New York Times: E. Jean Carroll's friends discuss her assault allegation against Trump.
Voyager CEO talks about regrets, his bizarre childhood, business success and life balance.
New York Times: How Paris became one of the greatest influences in Jackie O's life.
Will Phil Twyford lose his portfolio in Thursday's Cabinet reshuffle?
New York Times: Everything you think you know about the death penalty is wrong.
Times: Queen of pop talks about becoming a mum at 50 and growing up the youngest Jackson.