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A strong 5.9-magnitude earthquake rattled New Zealand on Friday, seismologists said, panicking shoppers and residents but causing no major damage.
 

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key publicly apologized Wednesday to a waitress who labeled him a "schoolyard bully" for repeatedly pulling her ponytail on visits to her cafe.
NZ's PM says sorry for pulling waitress' hair

 

Residents in cyclone-ravaged Vanuatu hunkered in emergency shelters for a second straight night Saturday after venturing out to find their homes damaged or blown away by the powerful storm, aid workers said.
Vanuatu residents in shelters after massive cyclone

 

New Zealand authorities said Tuesday they had received a "criminal threat" to poison baby formula and were taking it seriously, warning parents to examine packaging for signs of tampering.
 

New Zealand will send troops to Iraq on a 'behind-the-wire" non-combat mission to boost the local military's ability to fight the Islamic State (IS) group, Prime Minister John Key said Tuesday.
 

Britain on Tuesday encouraged New Zealand to join the fight against the Islamic State group.
 

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key hit back Monday at criticism of his government by the country's Man Booker Prize winner Eleanor Catton, saying she had no more political insight than All Blacks captain Richie McCaw.
 

The pilot of a light aircraft was praised for his quick thinking Wednesday after all 13 people on a skydiving flight leapt to safety moments before the plane plunged into a lake.
 

A New Zealand man who faces the death penalty if convicted of drugs charges in Indonesia appears to be the victim of an online dating scam, according to his family Saturday.
 

A strong magnitude-6.7 earthquake that struck off the New Zealand coast Monday morning rattled much of the country but did not result in any initial reports of damage or injuries.
 

New Zealand will hold a binding referendum in 2016 on changing the national flag, with Prime Minister John Key hoping to drop the current design featuring Britain's Union Jack in favor of a silver fern.
New Zealanders to vote on changing flag

 

A photographic notebook from Robert Scott's ill-fated Antarctic expedition has been found after a century trapped in the ice of the frozen continent, New Zealand's Antarctic Heritage Trust said.
 

New Zealand's prime minister laid out a three-year government agenda Tuesday that includes returning the country's books to surplus, conducting a vote on whether to change the nation's flag, and tightening the rules on terrorist fighters.
 

New Zealand will tighten laws to address the potential threat posed by "foreign terrorist fighters" returning to the country from conflict hotspots such as Iraq and Syria, Prime Minister John Key said Monday.
 
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