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Friday, 31 March 2017
Animalgrammer bringing the world to New Zealand
05:52 | 20/10/16
Allan Dixon is living the online dream taking photos with animals and earning a living for it.
Kiwi sheep leaps to Photoshop fame
09:55 | 19/10/16
A lamb caught bounding majestically into the air on a Wairarapa farm has found itself the subject of an online Photoshop battle.
NZ space industry bill passes through Parliament
06:56 | 19/10/16
Parliament has passed the first reading of a bill that regulates New Zealand's fledgling space industry.
Will the real Bill English please stand up?
06:03 | 19/10/16
A man in Oregon with the Twitter handle @BillEnglish is increasingly getting mistaken for New Zealand's Finance Minister.
Protests to meet US warship Sampson
05:57 | 19/10/16
Opponents of an American warship's visit to New Zealand are promising it will be met by a protest flotilla.
Julian Assange's internet restricted - Ecuador
01:04 | 19/10/16
Ecuador admits it has "temporarily restricted" the internet access of Julian Assange after WikiLeaks published documents from Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Why you might want to reset your Netflix password ASAP
09:28 | 18/10/16
Netflix has sent out a reminder to certain NZ customers whose user IDs are circulating on breach lists to check their security and reset their passwords.
NASA's climate data shows September hits yet another global temperature record
08:16 | 18/10/16
Last month was the hottest September in NASA's modern records, meaning 11 of the past 12 months have been record-setting.
Free UFB connections for two more years
07:47 | 18/10/16
Free household connections to ultra-fast broadband were due to expire in December but the Government has pushed that out for another two years.
Outrage as TV host kisses woman's breast without consent
04:23 | 18/10/16
France is outraged after a Kim Kardashian lookalike was kissed on the breast without consent on TV.
China to launch two astronauts into space
07:02 | 17/10/16
China will launch a two-man space mission on Monday (local time), taking the country closer to its ambition of setting up a permanent manned space station by 2022.
Photos: Supermoon rises over New Zealand
05:52 | 17/10/16
A stunning supermoon rose on Sunday night, and New Zealanders were among the first in the world to see it.
NZ lagging behind on cyber security - expert
05:00 | 17/10/16
An expert in cyber security believes New Zealand needs to up its game.
Supermoon set to rise
02:55 | 16/10/16
If tonight's full moon looks a little bigger, it's because the moon is a little closer than normal.
Thousands apply to join space station nation Asgardia
01:49 | 16/10/16
More than 270,000 people have applied to leave Earth aboard a proposed space station that its backers hope one day will become a nation.
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