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Fifteen minutes into the second half of the World Cup rugby clash at Twickenham London a timewarp appeared to take the game back four years to the 1995 World Cup Semi-final in which brilliant All Black wing Jonah Lomu exploded over Jeremy Guscott and then ...
Three days after the Paddington rail crash in England, the mobile telephones inside the carriages may have finally stopped ringing. This provides some relief for the search teams, but not much. John Howard reports.
(Los Angeles, October 7, 1999) – The Lord of the Rings film trilogy begins principal photography in Wellington, New Zealand, on October 11, 1999, under the direction of Peter Jackson, it was jointly announced today by Robert Shaye, Chairman and Chief ...
The last week of the 1996-1999 Parliament comes to an end....EXTENDED BULLETIN
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National MP David Carter has got it wrong when he claims that I have withdrawn from the race for the Banks Peninsula seat in this election, says Green Party MP Rod Donald.
8: Donald Quits
"I'm disappointed Rod Donald is throwing the towel in without a contest. He was a likeable character and he has certainly made an impression on New Zealand politics," says Banks Peninsula MP David Carter.
We received the above image yesterday via e-mail. It appears to show a soldier carrying a Steyr rifle with an Australian imprint the word “Humps” and various things written in Indonesian on it.
If there was ever any doubt that tertiary education was shaping up to be one of the key election issues, then week two of the election campaign has put those doubts to rest.
Out There Weekend Feature: This weekend we take a look upward and checkout what's happening to the Hubble Space Telescope.
They show what appear to be Indonesian troops gunning down a youth in the street's of East Timor as he runs away.
The ongoing sectarian violence in Indonesia’s Ambon has claimed over 15 lives since Oct. 3. Reports suggest that the latest violence was triggered and sustained by factionalism among security forces. Ever widening splits between factions in the military and ...
Latest statistics show the trend in the merchandise trade deficit continuing to worsen. Although merchandise exports are increasing, their growth is at a slower rate than that recorded for merchandise imports.
15: TV1 News 6pm
Parliament - Train Crash - Lomu
The Australian Army is remaining tight-lipped about two soldiers injured in an East Timor militia ambush late yesterday.
It looks as though an Aussie soldier has written the Indonesian for "Halt, hands up!" on his rifle."
Mr Speaker, today we end a historic session of this Parliament – our first MMP Parliament. It obviously has been New Zealand’s biggest electoral change this century and has created a Parliament much larger and more diverse than ever before.
Recently declassified documents from the US Commerce Department reveal the Clinton White House intelligence report on Indonesian President, B.J. Habibie. In the CIA’s opinion Habibe is "the type of official needed today in developing countries." ...
ACT Leader Richard Prebble has challenged Labour's Michael Cullen to a debate on Treaty of Waitangi settlements.