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UK foreign secretary Boris Jonhson in trouble after remarks appearing to criticise the country's ally Saudi Arabia.
Health lobbyists want icons showing how many teaspoons of sugar per serving.
Mother says she had no help from the school after horrific incident at a school camp.
Public support and a Christchurch City Council grant have saved McLean's Mansion, says the man behind plans to open it as an art gallery.
A British cricketer visiting New Zealand is asking for help to find $1500 worth of distinctive cricket gear stolen from an Auckland car park.