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New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year finalists announced  Stuff.co.nz

Images of Christchurch's terror attacks, Ihumātao and stunning scenery are features of the 2019 New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year awards.

 22 Sep 2019 
A surge in visa fraud cases behind spike in the number of Chinese denied entry to NZ  New Zealand Herald

A surge in visitor visa fraud cases appears to be the main reason behind a sharp increase in the number of Chinese nationals refused entry into New Zealand, ...

 22 Sep 2019 
New Zealand off to perfect start in Suva - The Bay's News First  SunLive

A hat-trick from Ben Waine has helped the New Zealand U-23 men get off to the perfect start at the OFC Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Fiji.

 22 Sep 2019 
NZ's newest insect might possibly be in a kowhai tree near you  RNZ

New Zealand has a new insect, similar to the hobbit it's named after, its discoverers say.

 22 Sep 2019 
'Queen of Burlesque' Dita Von Teese coming to New Zealand  Newstalk ZB

Dita Von Teese is the most famous name in burlesque, credited with resurrecting the dying art form. She was born Heather Sweet in 1972, in a small farming.

 22 Sep 2019 
Korean superstars BTS are in New Zealand, seemingly filming a travel show  Stuff.co.nz

One of the biggest boy bands in the world are here and appear to be filming a travel programme.

 22 Sep 2019 
New Zealand's 'rudest cafe' facing closure - report  Newshub

The new owners of the building which houses the Springfield Store and Cafe want its operators gone.

 22 Sep 2019 
Predicting the future of New Zealand with the rising sea  The Spinoff

Covering Climate Now: Ruby Porter looks into New Zealand's future when the sea level rises 10, 25 and 80 metres, and finds out how much of Auckland will be ...

 22 Sep 2019 
We look at the data of how much of New Zealand is owned by foreigners. Even though foreign ownership is at record levels, it is now at its lowest proportion since modern records began  Interest.co.nz

Fear of outsiders is apparently a natural response. But New Zealanders have been tolerant of foreign investment here for a long time. It first came when we were ...

 22 Sep 2019 
New Zealand fans incensed as RWC broadcast provider Spark Sports struggles in first New Zealand Test  RugbyPass

On Saturday night, New Zealand's new broadcast partner for the World Cup faced a huge test. Spark Sport, unfortunately, was unable to cope with the pressure.

 22 Sep 2019 

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