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A 25-year-old Australian detainee deported to New Zealand has been arrested for burglary.
A court has rejected a legal bid from the families of two Pike River miners challenging the decision to drop charges against its former boss Peter Whittall.
Islamic State (IS) has vowed to destroy New Zealand in a chilling new propaganda video.
A day of wild weather has kept emergency services busy across the South Island.
A victim of a contactless card theft in Hamilton is warning others about the risk associated with the 'pin-free' payment system.
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Strong winds in Wellington have lifted off part of a public swimming pool's roof today.
The Black Caps snared two early wickets under the lights of the Adelaide Oval to have Australia 54/2 at stumps on day one of the first Test.
Us President Barack Obama delivers a Thanksgiving message in which he say the world is still full of pilgrims, referring to modern refugees.
Kiwis may feel temperatures getting warmer but the country is not expected to get record-high temperatures this summer, despite the global warming effects of El Niño.
A 14-year-old Wellington boy sexually abused by his teacher says his childhood was stolen by her because of her offending.
Russia has vowed to co-operate in the fight against terrorism as French President Francois Hollande began the last leg of a diplomatic bid to step up efforts to crush the Islamic State group.
A ratepayer-funded education agency wants all Aucklanders to speak three languages, including English and Maori.
Conditions have improved as Australian firefighters battle deadly bushfires in two states.
A combination of private investors and local provincial rugby unions has been granted a five-year licence to run Super Rugby defending champions the Highlanders.
The Green Party has criticised proposed changes to the Resource Management Act, saying the overhaul would leave many people out of the consultation loop.
New Zealand's campaign to win back the women's Rugby World Cup in 2017 has begun with the wider Black Ferns training squad named.
A forest is to be planted in a park close to Amsterdam's Schiphol airport to commemorate the victims of downed flight MH17, including 38 Australians.
An artist in the UK has taken an unusual medium to the famous nativity scene.
Story explores what it would be like if New Zealand became a part of Australia.
Imagine if you were burgled and something you really liked was stolen, but then you saw it being sold on Trade Me. But the seller wasn't the thieves – it was a police officer.
Have you ever called into work saying you have the flu or a bug when you are actually feeling depressed or anxious but are too scared to tell your boss?
Pampering your pooch and sending them to flash doggy daycare centres are increasing in popularity.
Firefighters are attending to a garage fire in the Auckland suburb of Otahuhu this morning.
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In the past year, St John has seen an increase of more than 17,000 emergency phone calls and its paramedics have driven the equivalent of 12,300 lengths of New Zealand.
Firefighters battling a major Marlborough fire are hoping for a change in weather over the weekend to help them gain control of the situation.
Shira, the 4.2 metre giraffe, has arrived in the South Island by boat.
A Tribesmen gang member has been arrested with possession of methamphetamine with a street value of $2 million, after a joint operation with police and Customs.
The Government's overhaul of the Resource Management Act should save councils and communities time and money.
New Zealand broadcaster John Campbell will MC Jonah Lomu's official memorial service at Eden Park on Monday.
A decision to ditch the traditional coin toss in County cricket has been slammed by former England captain Michael Vaughan and current Yorkshire skipper Andrew Gale.
The question of whether Russia will take part in next year's Olympic Games was no clearer after IAAF president Sebastian Coe held a news conference dominated instead by his personal relationship with Nike.
Aston Villa have axed midfielder Jack Grealish from the squad for Saturday's match against Watford over his off-the-field behaviour.
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