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New York Times: For some in his address book, there's confusion about why they're there.
New York Times: "That's essentially an after-dinner snack."
'I'm kind, confident, I contribute. The only thing wrong with me is this cancer gene.'
Spitting once an accepted practice for tobacco chewers in both public, private settings.
Financial Times: The wisdom of relying on the equity of US multinationals is now suspect.
New York Times: Growing distrust slows the once steady flow of Chinese cash into US.
New orchard will create 29 jobs and boost kiwifruit production by more than a third.
New York Times: Its condition is pristine, but its identity is a mystery.
George the dog tempers Mrs P's talent show aspirations while out for a stroll in the park.
New York Times: She's been all over the promos, but how much Beyonce do we actually hear?
Gary Stone says the allegations against him are baseless and vindictive.
We've put a guide together using DOC data for the best whale spotting tips.
New York Times: Man obsessed with conspiracy theories 'trying to make a citizen's arrest'.
Victories on Thursday and Saturday has them in good position with road games upcoming.
New York Times: Health effects of obsessions with sweet things are anything but positive.
Watching the "live" images of landing on the moon was a game-changer for NZ TV-watching.
'I can honestly say politics is a future for me.'
The two teams relegated from Premier see off four teams from Senior to play Cooks Gardens
New York Times: She tried to say her daughter was in danger. No one would listen.
Border qualify for their fourth grand final in five years.
Times: What the new inhabitant of No 10 can expect in his first 48 hours in office.
Your selfish act could result in a serious injury or death, writes Beck Vass.
Great to see that beachfront building skills are still strong.
The partner of Denis Miklus, who died at the Polynesian Spa speaks of her grief.
'People should be able to have a say about what happens in their neighbourhood'
COMMENT: I oppose full legalisation, which allows marketing.
Koi Boy Kevin Keepa reveals how he overcame a violent upbringing to be a good dad.
Looking at some of the more humorous, satirical and simply strange news.
Conductor Carlos Kalmar: We are all in this together - how the NZSO uses music to unite.
Takapuna beach is undergoing a forensic examination to improve the water quality.
You say: Economy needs to thrive first.
Was it fair for Otangarei to default their game against Takahiwai?
Some parts of the finance sector want tougher rules to apply to Payday lenders.
The first liquidator's report is out on Waiwera Water New Zealand.
Rod Emmerson's take on the week.
COMMENT: Disabled Kiwis contending with the backwards processes from last century.
475,000 passengers walked the Tauranga tarmac in the last year
COMMENT: Keep native trees at the front of mind in responding to climate change.
We say: Belief and leadership guided the Silver Ferns to World Cup glory.
Bay of Plenty readers have their say.
Rotorua readers have their say.
Thou shall not park. Remuera agent served abatement notice by council.
Comment: What mix of loose forwards will Hansen go with on Saturday?
New finance spokesman Paul Goldsmith is not as dull as he seems.
New York Times: Seeking out the person behind the voice that soothes me to sleep.
The bank says it is also a victim of the Ross Asset Management collapse.
COMMENT: Bridges would be better to say he's a climate sceptic.
A Hawke's Bay couple are among those injured in a gas explosion in Christchurch.
Investors are shunning the crowded IT scene and some firms are now burning through cash.
New York Times: It may sound extreme, but it's normal in the Netherlands.
New York Times: Disney's 2019 remake is no nature documentary.
"You give an inch to these people ... they will take a mile".
Financial Times: New Star Market exchange has been billed as Shanghai's answer to Nasdaq.
The All Blacks won in Argentina but only "Shag" can tell you what it all meant.
Financial Times: Sears and Victoria's Secretamong household names closing outlets.
More Northland dairy country is to be converted to kiwifruit production.
Financial Times: Police raided the HQ, Christian Sewing knew he was running out of time.
Chinese woman used fake employment letter and lied about having two children to get visa.
New York Times: Scientists are working on building a garden in space
New York Times: Search for the missing girl led to building near a Vatican City cemetery.
Levin architect George Douglas's second family home heritage status also under review.
Incidents prompt management review at controversial transitional housing village.
New York Times: Yes, air hockey is a professional sport.
COMMENT: The Greens have achieved mainstream credibility - could this be their undoing?
New York Times: The industry overestimated the arrival of autonomous vehicles.
New York Times: New research helping the hunt for missing art, largely amassed by Hitler.
Te Puna won 23-10.
New York Times: He shot her sister 21 years ago. "Just get him out," she now says.
Times: The extraordinary story behind the woman who became a symbol of Sudan's oppression.