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Trial Told Of Margaret Bain's "New Age" Ideas

Tuesday, 5 May, 2009 - 17:49

Christchurch, May 5 NZPA - David Bain's mother Margaret had "new age" ideas and believed she was related to famous people in previous lives, a witness has told the Bain murder trial.

The famous people included Winston Churchill and "emperors in Egypt".

Te Heuheu: Remembering Pacific Peoples' WW1 Contribution

Friday, 24 April, 2009 - 18:11

24 April 2009 - Niuean and Cook Island soldiers who fought alongside New Zealanders in the First World War, will be remembered on ANZAC Day, Minister of Pacific Island Affairs Georgina te Heuheu said today.

Lest We Forget… The Truth

Thursday, 23 April, 2009 - 08:57

Yep, ANZAC day is rearing it's bullet wounded face again this year and yet again little kids will line the streets wearing their grandfather's medals with an unjustifiable air of pride and honour.

Fonterra Enters Egypt With New Partnership With Arab Dairy

Wednesday, 8 April, 2009 - 09:48

Fonterra today announced it has signed an agreement with Arab Dairy Products Co., one of the leading dairy companies in Egypt, to manage the franchising, processing and distribution of Anchor throughout Egypt.

Jerry Cans A Blessing For Bedouin Band, If Not For Airlines

Tuesday, 10 March, 2009 - 18:46

By Alastair Bull of NZPA

Auckland, March 10 NZPA - It says something about the world that a Middle Eastern band coming to New Plymouth's Womad festival needs a westerner to ensure one of their instruments is allowed on a plane.

NZ-Bound Seun Kuti Assumes Father's Musical Legacy

Thursday, 5 March, 2009 - 04:02

Womad Festival headliner Seun Kuti thought about being a soccer player once.

But given that the Nigerian became the frontman for the band of his legendary father Fela at the age of 15, it's a fair bet it didn't stay in his mind too long.

Draw Made For Under 19 Men's World Champs

Monday, 2 March, 2009 - 13:30

Wellington, March 2 NZPA - New Zealand's Junior Tall Blacks have been grouped with Argentina, Croatia and Kazakhstan in the draw for the U19 men's basketball world championship in July.

The draw for the championships, which are being held in Auckland from July 2-12, was made today.

Local War Hero Still Remembered In Italy 65 Years On

Friday, 20 February, 2009 - 10:09

20 February 2009 - Sixty-five years ago Canterbury man Frank Bowes was executed after he was caught fighting alongside Italy resistance fighters.

Collins: Minister Offers Condolences To Whanau Of Maori Battalion President

Monday, 26 January, 2009 - 17:38

26 January 2009 - Veterans Affairs Minister Judith Collins today extended her condolences on behalf of the New Zealand veteran community to the whanau of Maori Battalion Association President Jim Takarangi who died yesterday in Wanganui aged 83.