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01-10 Everest legend Edmund Hillary dies New Zealand
2. 01-21 Final farewell for Edmund Hillary Auckland, New Zealand
D. 04-15 5 dead as raging river takes teens New Zealand
E. 11-07 PM in tough fight as poll ends New Zealand
F. 11-08 Clark admits defeat in election New Zealand
6. 11-29 All Blacks complete home grand slam England

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Everest legend Edmund Hillary dies


January 2008 ... more > Top ^
Jan.10  
  Sir Edmund Hillary gained worldwide fame after he and guide Tenzing Norgay became the first people to reach the summit of Mount Everest
Jan.21  
  Sir Edmund Hillary was laid to rest as thousands paid tribute to a mountaineer who conquested Mt Everest in 1953


April 2008 ... more > Top ^
Apr.15  
  5 people died and 3 others were missing after a group of teens were swept away in a rugged national park during an outdoor adventure course


May 2008 ... more > Top ^
May.25   Dixon drove to his first Indy 500 victory
  350,000 fans celebrate a 'unified' Indy 500 with all the stars in the starting lineup, including Indy 500 winner Scott Dixon of New Zealand

November 2008 ... more > Top ^
Nov.7   PM in tough fight as poll ends
  Voting has ended in general election, in which the ruling Labour party has faced a strong challenge after nine years in power
Nov.8   Clark admits defeat in election
  New Zealand elected its first conservative government in nearly a decade, ending the rule of one of the world's longest-serving elected women
 John Key, a 47-year-old multimillionaire former foreign currency trader and leader of the National Party
Nov.29   All Blacks complete home grand slam  New Zealand beat an improved but still indisciplined England side 32-6 to complete their third grand slam of the home unions





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