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Eateries offer free food for veterans

Mike Egan, from Monsoon Poon Three Wellington restaurants are offering returned servicemen and women a complimentary meal this Anzac Day.

Runner returns to Boston

Andrew Wharton A year after witnessing the horror of the Boston Marathon bombings, a Wellington athlete has returned to the city.

Napier health centre's $1m upgrade

napier health centre A $1 million makeover of Napier Health Centre is under way.

Long weekend weather a mixed bag

poppy anzac day Fine weather's on the cards for Anzac Day, but it's a patchy long weekend ahead.

Boy injured on farm

Police Boy suffers serious head injuries after being struck by a small motorbike on a Wairarapa farm.

Driveway death plea

Safety groups issue urgent warning after a spate of child deaths in NZ.

Body found in Akld creek

Jail for torture trio

Debris washes ashore

Samuel Archibald Debris has washed up on the coast of Western Australia, raising hopes it may be from the missing flight MH370.

Manning's name change mulled

Judge to consider Chelsea Manning's petition to legally change her name from Bradley, as she serves a 35-year sentence for passing classified information to WikiLeaks.

Prince Charles at Gallipoli?

Veteran NZ guide backs sherpas

City struggles with tragedy

A memorial for the victims of the Sewol ferry disaster so far features 47 photos. But there will be many more.

Druitt a 'consummate volunteer'

Susan Druitt Susan Druitt made a big impact in the world of volunteering.

Music helped violinist survive 'the horrors'

After surviving the horrors of the Holocaust, Clare Galambos Winter built a new life in New Zealand through music.

The Pacific in an outrigger canoe

Councillor with love of airport noise

A feisty activist with generous heart

Viv to her family and mates - was a woman with a strong sense of natural justice and a delightful black sense of humour.

Shock as Jones calls it quits

Shane Jones High-profile Labour MP Shane Jones is denying the National Party had a hand in his resignation, despite Jones crossing the political divide to take up a role specially created for him by the Government.

Departure screams party 'crisis'

Disarray - there is no other word to describe the mess the Labour Party plunged into last night.

Greens call for blue zone

Collins 'misled Parliament'

'Bully Cunliffe' tweet history

Labour's candidate for Tukituki has no intention of deleting a tweet in which she calls David Cunliffe a bully.

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