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An anti-whaling activist group accused a Japanese whaling vessel of intentionally ramming two of its ships Wednesday in waters near Antarctica. Japan's Fisheries Agency, however, insisted the protesters were responsible for the collisions.
Japan whaling ship, protesters' boats collide

 

Rescuers on Saturday found the wreckage of an aircraft that went missing in Antarctica with three Canadians aboard, with officials describing the crash on the steep mountainside as “not survivable.”
 

Fiji's military ruler has announced a draft constitution underpinning a return to civilian rule and democratic elections will be rewritten to ensure “true democracy,” sparking criticism from neighbors Australia and New Zealand.
 

New Zealand police said Friday they had recovered two bodies from the wreckage of a helicopter that crashed almost nine years ago with a British tourist and a New Zealand pilot on board.
 

A New Zealand volcano used as a backdrop to “The Lord of the Rings” films erupted on Wednesday, spewing a column of ash 3 kilometers (1.9 miles) above the North Island, scientists said.
'Lord of the Rings' volcano erupts in NZ

 

Prince Charles expressed shock on Friday at the devastation that still scars Christchurch, the New Zealand city rocked by an earthquake last year that claimed 185 lives.
Charles voices shock in quake-scarred Christchurch

 

Britain's Prince Charles and wife Camilla rubbed noses in a traditional Maori greeting in New Zealand Sunday, kicking off the final leg of a Pacific tour to mark Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee.
British royals receive a Maori welcome to NZ

 

An investigation into the sinking of a South Korean trawler southeast of New Zealand with the loss of 22 lives two years ago has found the captain and crew to blame.
 

A New Zealand woman has admitted giving her 3-month-old baby cannabis — through her breast milk, it was reported Saturday.
 

A Greek shipping company has agreed to pay the New Zealand government up to US$31.5 million toward the cleanup costs of a cargo ship's grounding on a reef near popular swimming and surfing beaches last year. But taxpayers will still be footing some of the bill.
 
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