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Building activity is up 90 per cent compared to a year ago.
It has acted due to what it calls "systemic human rights violations" against Rohingya muslims.
The US and Canada have condemned the attack, which left one dead and several wounded.
His re-election ushers in a government system granting him sweeping new powers.
The artwork has appeared on the streets of Paris.
It was all thanks to a parcel that arrived in the mail.
Others have reported digestive upsets and eczema.
The Employment Relations Authority has been asked to intervene.
Health Minister David Clark wants to take a different approach, however.
We have to put survivors at the centre of the inquiry into abuse in state care, writes Christine Ammunson.
He assaulted and threatened a fellow student, who later took her own life.
The ACT leader defied the odds to get to the cusp of the final.
It was the dance she had been most looking forward to all season.
The Acting PM also had some thoughts on people who go to university.
Conservationists are pleading hunters to stop the practice, which they fear is spreading kauri dieback.
One of these contestants won't make it to next week's final.
Winston Peters and Jim Bolger were among those who paid their respects.
A deep and serious investigation proves Te Aroha wasn't his first choice for Neve's middle name.
A remarkable comeback win by Team Dongfeng dashed the Kiwis' dreams.