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Telegraph: For Prince Harry, it seems that things have not gone entirely to plan again.
New York Times: A study that criticised Boeing after 2009 accident was never made public.
The new cycleway is the first of its kind in Tauranga.
Google wants to increase its influence on the health industry.
New York Times: Extradition hearing for Huawei's chief financial officer began this week.
New York Times: Sudden fame and high expectations have not slowed Gauff.
Telegraph: Why the world lost its mind at thought of Brad and Jen getting back together.
There's a place for rubbish and litter...it's called a bin.
Charitable gold-coin entry fee a win-win for cancer and elite pole vaulters in NZ.
Swells will reach around two metres in some areas.
Prices for fruit and vegetables were noticeably up this season.
This comes as kiwifruit doubled in price last December.
Trust also plans a multi-day walk from Cape Brett to Russell Forest via Elliot Bay.
5 questions with Shihad's Jon Toogood
James Steyn reveals it's a double-edged sword as blokes try to compete in a female domain.
Napier-Hastings housing now costs more than seven times a median income.
The group is set to help build on the already strong tech industry in Hawke's Bay.
The heritage quality of Kings Theatre will be kept as it becomes a brewery.
Dozens of activities and events kept thousands of people entertained over four days.
Rod Emmerson's take on the week.
Passive investing is responsible for about a fifth of trading on the NZX.
Seeing Native American tribes drumming, singing and dancing is opportunity of a lifetime.
Comment: Visiting Auschwitz all the more disturbing for the resurgence of antisemitism.
A&E reception area was busy, and a doctor short, But still all gave excellent service.
US gains greater access to New Zealand's important Japan cheese market.
Letters on electric scooters, Guy Body, property maintenance and David Attenborough.
Comment: Seventy per cent of the world's fresh water is locked in the Antarctic ice.
Trying to keep it together.
House, contents and car insurance - all you need to know.
The Tauranga City Air and Mount Truck show a rounding success.
COMMENT: Let's make 2020 the year proper climate action started, writes David Cormack.
New York Times: She built an empire in a country mired in corruptions. Westerners helped.
The best man was a Cabinet colleague.
New York Times: Early on they found an easy cadence, first through horses, then writing.
New York Times: This tool could end your ability to walk down the street anonymously.
Comment: If he didn't before, Gary Stead now knows all about dressing-room politics.
New York Times: Less than four hours after being released the man robbed a bank.
New York Times: Aishe Ghosh has become an icon in India's growing protest movement.
A big infrastructure spend is needed, writes Jarden's James Lee.
Expat going back to top league of the United States after two years with Phoenix Rising.
Stuart Nash wants to deny gang members access to guns. Will he get his way?
The club secured an impressive three-peat at the weekend.
Teams guaranteed for championship game despite still having a round robin fixture left.
New York Times: Organisations are trying to efficiently distribute millions of dollars.
Former local farmer Richard Drake helped building the Tangiterōria Sports Complex.
Conserving water takes a community effort
You'll never have to succumb to Uber Eats again.
Maungakaramea's recent form is hard to argue with ahead of Sunday's 50-over final.
New York Times: Joe Bryan has maintained his innocence since sentencing for 1985 murder.
Financial Times: Trump faces the most dramatic episode of his turbulent time in office.
Financial Times: On the one side, wokeness — on the other, Queen and country.
The Rotorua eighth annual Rotorua Lakefront Car Show took place at the Village Green.
Financial Times: Global leaders meet to discuss trade, growth, tech and climate change.
New York Times: Reigning champs have been playing well, but there's potential for drama.
But who got bragging rights?
Is yoga with an injection of sensory visuals and sounds the ultimate way to unwind?
More than 100 people in the Bay of Plenty have been charged, but more needs to be done.
A daily column looking at some of the more humorous, satirical and simply strange news.
Hundreds of people turned up to the streets of Whanganui to take part in the long weekend.
A look at what's to come and how technology will upgrade the shopping experience.
Cricket product designed for Black Caps hopefuls has caught the eye of former captain.
What to prioritise when it comes to insurance.
Comment: Why has reform in the most neglected part of our environment stalled?
Want to fix the planet? Go slower, use less and enjoy more!
If a hunter needs 30 shots to bring down a beastie they need to reconsider their sport.
Inflation expected to rise, but reducing pressure on interest-rate settings.
Just a third of boards are engaged and proactive on climate change.
The $1.6m grant from the Tourism Infrastructure Fund will help finance the project.
Ben Smith sets new Wanganui batting record and then bowlers dismiss Taranaki cheaply.