The IRA chief who found peace
There were no IRA trappings as Martin McGuinness, the Irish Republican Army chieftain who turned away from violence to forge bonds with Northern Ireland’s Protestants, was laid to rest Thursday.
Five dead in attack at British Parliament
A knife-wielding man went on a deadly rampage at the heart of Britain’s seat of power Wednesday. Police are treating the attack as terrorism.
‘No man is above the law’ - Gorsuch on Trump
On Day Two of his confirmation hearing, Supreme Court nominee stuck strictly to matters of law - but if the president was watching he may have seen a thinly veiled warning
Quarter of Kiwis want English as PM: poll
Six months out from the election a new poll has revealed Prime Minister Bill English is struggling to achieve the same popularity as his predecessor.
Israeli warehouse holds clues to Jesus’s life and death
In a cavernous warehouse where Israel stores its archaeological treasures, an ancient burial box is inscribed with the name of Jesus.
Once-sleepy Cromwell the rising star of the south
The building boom in Queenstown and Wanaka is having a downstream effect on the once-sleepy town of Cromwell.
A turbulent week for the egg industry
The controversy around Palace Poultry has exposed alleged fraud, and shown how opaque the rules and regulations are when it comes to free range egg label claims.
SPCA-approved eggs under scrutiny
SPCA-approved free range eggs are now under the spotlight after the animal welfare agency found some of its suppliers were not meeting standards.