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m Jong-un is once again tightening his grip on the party and military elite. Photo / AP

Kim Jong-un whips North Korea's top military organisation into line

Kim Jong-un has once again moved to consolidate his hold on power after reportedly punishing two of his top military officials. The secretive country's second-most powerful military officer, Vice-Marshal Hwang Pyong-so, was among...


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e free tertiary study for Kiwis starts with one year next year, moving up to three years in 2024. Photo / 123RF

Australians to be blocked from free study


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ni Kelly died of injuries suffered in a

Givealittle page set up to help bring home Kiwi who died in London accident


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mbabwean President Robert Mugabe resigns after 37 years in power. Photo / AP

Robert Mugabe resigns as Zimbabwe's president after 37 years


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tlink said to expect delays after all rail services were suspended. Photo / NZPA

Delays after worker accidentally sparks evacuation at Wellington train station


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xi driver Alem Tesema was shot in the shoulder in Miramar, Wellington. Photo / Melissa Nightingale

Arrest in shooting of Wellington taxi driver Alem Tessema


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cording to the Niwa seasonal outlook temperatures are expected to sit above average across all of New Zealand. Photo / File

Summery highs likely to linger


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die Savea in action for the All Blacks. Photosport

Round three - mumps hits the All Blacks


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e kids of today have always been worse than when we were kids. Rock 'n roll was the end of civilisation, now it's cellphones. Photo / 123rf

Mike Hosking: There's no doubt schools are forced to do parents' jobs


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