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Monday, 20 April 2015
Twitter plans crackdown on abusive tweets
07:35 | 17/4/15
Twitter says it is cracking down on mean, hateful or menacing tweets that cross the red line from free speech into abuse.
Date set for new Iran nuclear talks
05:00 | 17/4/15
Major world powers and Iran will hold fresh talks in Vienna on April 22-23 to build on the framework accord reached on Tehran's contested nuclear program.
WikiLeaks slammed for Sony hack
02:58 | 17/4/15
Sony has slammed WikiLeaks for publishing thousands of hacked emails and documents.
Futurist welcomes rise of the machines
12:58 | 16/4/15
A man paid to predict the future says 2015 is the turning point in the balance between humanity and machines - but there's nothing to fear.
Vodafone outage hits calls, data, call centre
10:23 | 16/4/15
Vodafone customers are this morning having trouble making calls, sending texts and using mobile data.
Iran dismisses pressure from US over nuke deal
05:00 | 16/4/15
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has dismissed pressure from the US Congress over a preliminary deal on Iran's nuclear program.
Rocket Lab's pocket-sized engine packs power
12:52 | 15/4/15
The man behind New Zealand's race to space has just unveiled a revolutionary battery powered rocket engine to the glitterati of the space industry.
Truck blocks SH1 lane in Northland after crash
08:05 | 15/4/15
A crash involving two trucks in Northland this morning has caused a blockage on State Highway 1.
One vision: Brian May gets laser eye surgery
07:20 | 15/4/15
Veteran rocker Brian May is recovering after undergoing laser eye surgery to improve his vision.
Kiwi youth voting site up for top award
05:00 | 15/4/15
A Kiwi website aimed at getting out the youth vote has been nominated for one of the internet's biggest awards.
Video: 'Octographer' uses Sony TX30 at Kelly Tarlton's
12:52 | 14/4/15
An octopus at an Auckland aquarium is making international news with its unique ability to take photos.
Video: First look inside Fukushima nuclear plant
10:48 | 14/4/15
The first pictures of the melted radioactive nuclear reactors have been taken inside the Fukushima power plant.
Text-driving down, but fines up
10:43 | 14/4/15
More people are being caught texting and talking on their phones while driving, although fewer people are actually doing it, according to police.
Poll: Does NZ need harsher penalties for texting while driving?
09:55 | 14/4/15
Auckland Transport has launched a new campaign to target distracted motorists, as national police figures show a rise in the number of people caught using cellphones while driving.
Mumford & Sons: Tidal is 'commercial bulls**t'
06:57 | 14/4/15
Mumford & Sons have accused Jay Z of using his new app Tidal to divide music lovers by forcing them to pick between streaming services.
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