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‘Riding the AI wave’: Nvidia surpasses Microsoft to become world’s most valuable company

Nvidia has become the world's most valuable company with a market worth of $3.34 trillion, following a share price surge to an all-time high. The...

Pedestrian dies following serious crash in Mt Albert

Police can advise a pedestrian has died following an earlier serious crash in Mt Albert. The incident occurred on New North Road about 4.50pm. Sadly Police...

Complexities hinder release of NZ pilot held by Papuan rebels

The release of New Zealand pilot Phillip Mehrtens, who was taken hostage by the West Papua Liberation Army in February 2023, remains elusive due...

Confused Biden clips are ‘deepfakes’ – White House

Videos showing the US president freezing up on stage and wandering off are all “manipulated,” according to press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. White House Press Secretary...

Workplace death, Whakapara, Whangārei

One person has died following a workplace incident at a Whakapara property in Whangārei this evening. The incident was reported to Police around 5pm. WorkSafe has...

Major arson and explosives investigation disrupts central Melbourne

A major police operation unfolded in central Melbourne on Wednesday, involving the arson and explosives squad on Collins Street. The incident began around midday, leading...

Kane Williamson to Focus on Test Cricket, Relinquishes White-Ball Captaincy

New Zealand cricket legend Kane Williamson has announced that he will limit his international participation to test matches this summer, stepping down from the...

Retail sector facing unprecedented challenges as consumer confidence declines

The Westpac McDermott Miller Confidence survey reveals a significant drop in consumer confidence, falling 11 points to 82.2 in June, erasing the past six...

Watch: Putin welcomed in Pyongyang with ‘spectacular ceremony’

North Korea’s Kim Jong-un has welcomed Russian President Vladimir Putin in Pyongyang with a spectacular ceremony on Wednesday, marking the Russian leader’s first official...

Major business deals signed on Japan trip – Luxon

Significant business deals have been closed during the visit of Prime Minister Christopher Luxon to Japan this week, including in the areas of space,...

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