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July, 25, 2016

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A gunman suspected of shooting and wounding four police officers was holed up in a rural New Zealand house on Wednesday evening, police said.
 
New Zealanders began voting Thursday on whether to change their flag from a design which features the British Union Jack to one which features a native silver fern.
 
New Zealand begins final vote on whether to change its flag
New Zealanders began voting Thursday on whether to change their flag from a design which features the British Union Jack to one which features a native silver fern.
 
N. Zealand's bungee-jumping home is an 'adventure capital'
For travelers wanting to take in the mind-bogglingly stunning scenery of New Zealand's South Island while getting a high-octane shot of adrenaline, Queenstown and the surrounding Fiordland area are bucket-list must-dos.
 
NZ city marks 5 years since quake that killed 185
A service to commemorate the fifth anniversary of a deadly earthquake in the New Zealand city of Christchurch turned ugly Monday when someone threw goop over the government minister responsible for quake recovery efforts.
 
5 years after quake, N. Zealand city's heart still missing
Five years after an earthquake in Christchurch killed 185 people and destroyed hundreds of buildings, some residents have taken to calling it the "Donut City." The ravaged city center is still largely an empty core, and it's unclear how long it will remain that way.
 
A magnitude-5.8 earthquake shook the New Zealand city of Christchurch on Sunday but there were no immediate reports of serious damage, nearly five years after a deadly, more powerful quake destroyed much of the city center.
 
World Cup-winning All Black Sonny Bill Williams drew criticism from UNICEF Wednesday for tweeting graphic photos of dead children after visiting a Syrian refugee camp.
 
New Zealand judge rules Kim Dotcom can be extradited to US
A New Zealand judge ruled Wednesday that colorful Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his colleagues can be extradited to the United States to face criminal copyright charges.
 
Colander-wearing members of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster could soon be legally married in New Zealand after the church was approved to hold "Pastafarian" marriage ceremonies.
 
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