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Anzac service impresses old boy

Timaru Boys' High School paid tribute to those who fought in wars at their annual Anzac service.

Gurkha group to train in Tekapo

The Lake Tekapo Military Camp has taken on an international flavour with the arrival of 140 soldiers from 1 Royal Gurkha Regiment (1RGR).

Church puts on Easter display

St Andrews church in Geraldine is celebrating Easter in style this year.

Loss of building 'heritage vandalism'

A call for an independent commissioner to review the future of the former Waimate Post Office building was not taken up by the Waimate District Council yesterday.

Fewer female police staff

The number of female police officers in South Canterbury is well below the national average.

Waking to destruction

storm People in storm-battered areas wake to ripped off roofs, flooding, downed trees and closed roads - and it's still raining.

Worry over missing teen

Police continue to be concerned for the welfare of an East Auckland 14-year-old boy who has not been seen in weeks.

New social housing accord

Kiwis go for mystery

Ferry captain faces questioning

Lee Joon-seok Captain of South Korean ferry which sank with 475 people aboard faces probe amid claims he was one of first to jump from ship.

MH370 expert sacked over bad clothes

A Canadian instructor who figured prominently in CNN's coverage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been fired partly because he "shamed Canadians" by dressing like a teenager.

Oil slick not from MH370

Three dead in Ukraine

Marijuana warning ignored

Student who jumped to his death from hotel balcony ate more than recommended serving of marijuana cookie.

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