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Foreign Office confirms it is helping family of a British woman... [Read More]
It is one of Britain's best known retailers and its festive advertising has become part of the build-up to Christmas.John Lewis is equally important to... [Read More]
Björn Ulvaeus plans to build a 'singing theatre' party restaurant — in the heart of a community co-op area in London's Waterloo. The residents have... [Read More]
A study shows in most countries, women walk significantly fewer steps each day than men. Talia Shadwell hears from people all over the world saying... [Read More]
Dr Nasser Kurdy, 58, knifed on way to evening prayers at Altrincham Islamic Centre... [Read More]
If a busy New Zealand woman wants to be pampered, she can waltz into a nail bar and leave 30 minutes later freshly turned out with an express manicure... [Read More]
A woman has been left "shaken and disturbed" after a man accosted her at a Wellington park, then pushed her over and put his hands down... [Read More]
With Kiwis unsatisfied about how few burglaries are solved, Government will help provide locks and security lights. [Read More]
Women whose babies were taken from them continue fight for justice in Parliament. [Read More]
New Zealand's mental health system was not ready for the John Kirwan effect, says Mike King. [Read More]
Wellington Free Ambulance chief executive Diana Crossan is stepping down from the organisation she has proudly led for the past four years with just one, multimillion-dollar, gripe. [Read More]
A Wellington youth clinic forced to turn away more than 500 teens asking for help has received "fantastic" news it will receive more funding after... [Read More]
A new report calls New Zealand's children's homes and youth justice residences "outdated, prison-like and bleak". [Read More]
There is a wise old adage: "Neither a borrower nor a lender be." [Read More]
The daughter of retirees who have begged her to pay back $367,000 in unpaid loans says she is 'dismayed' with the publicity over a family dispute... [Read More]
When Trevor Warin returned home from World War II, he and his sweetheart picked tomatoes, and planted apples and stonefruits for a decade to save their first Â£2000. [Read More]
Marian Warin claims her daughter bought a Mercedes and Waiheke Island home instead of paying her back. [Read More]
A manslaughter charge against a boat skipper who failed to ensure his passenger was wearing a lifejacket could turn into a landmark case. [Read More]
There is a growing shift towards assessing mentally ill people in Wellington Hospital as police answer a nationwide call to end detention in cells. [Read More]
The helicopter pilot who crashed into Pauatahanui Inlet is facing charges of careless flying related to earlier incidents in the region. [Read More]