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Monday, 08 February 2016
Fatal Otago glider crash investigated
07:50 | 8/2/16
The Civil Aviation Authority is investigating a fatal glider crash in north Otago.
NZ rocket boy breaks own record
06:11 | 7/2/16
New Zealand's own rocket boy has wowed the crowds once again, breaking his own record that he set last year.
Twitter 'suspends 125,000 terror accounts'
12:17 | 6/2/16
Twitter Inc says it has shut down more than 125,000 terrorism-related accounts since the middle of 2015, most of them linked to the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria.
Quito: Assange a victim of persecution
12:11 | 6/2/16
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange must be allowed to go free from the Ecuadorian embassy in London following a UN panel ruling calling for that, the South American country's foreign minister says.
Work to begin on Rotorua urban cycleways
11:46 | 6/2/16
Work on new urban cycleways in Rotorua is set to begin, connecting existing cycleways on main routes to the new programme, Cy-Way.
20M Alibaba accounts hit by hackers
12:03 | 5/2/16
Hackers in China have attempted to access over 20 million active accounts on Alibaba Group's Taobao e-commerce website using Alibaba's own cloud computing service, state media reports.
Astronaut's stunning space pictures of NZ
11:59 | 5/2/16
British European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut and test pilot Tim Peake has posted some stunning views of New Zealand from space to his Twitter account.
North Korean rocket under careful watch
09:58 | 5/2/16
The US, Japan and South Korea have deployed missile defence systems and will track a rocket that North Korea says it will launch some time beginning on Monday.
Julian Assange 'arbitrarily detained'
05:37 | 5/2/16
Sweden's Foreign Ministry says a United Nations panel had ruled that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange had been "arbitrarily detained".
Spy agency GCSB gets new acting head
03:43 | 5/2/16
The GCSB's chief legal advisor Lisa Fong has been named the acting director of the spy agency.
North Korean rocket launch confirmed by Seoul
09:00 | 4/2/16
The South Korean Defense Ministry has confirmed that North Korea will launch its space rocket from the northwest coast of the country.
Could your baby monitor be hacked?
11:55 | 3/2/16
Parents are being warned to make sure their baby monitors are secure after reports the devices are easily hacked.
Edward Snowden tipped for Nobel Peace Prize
05:45 | 2/2/16
Edward Snowden, peace negotiators in Colombia and Greek islanders helping Syrian refugees are among those favoured for the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize, with the deadline for nominations looming.
Rural areas receive mobile coverage
02:34 | 2/2/16
Fifteen new cell towers have expanded mobile coverage to more than 1700 square kilometres of rural areas that previously were without.
Video: Man's drone shot down in forest
06:19 | 1/2/16
A Wellington man says he feared for his life when his drone was shot out of the sky in the Tararua Mountain Range.
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