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New Zealand Football (NZF) say they could abstain from voting in the FIFA elections as a corruption scandal surrounds the sport.
Police are launching a homicide investigation after a five-year-old boy died from serious head injuries in his Christchurch home.
The Housing Minister has caved to pressure, hiring a minibus to show reporters which vacant Crown sections in Auckland should be turned into housing.
Metiria Turei has confidence the Green Party will pick the right co-leader for her, because "they haven't made any wrong decisions so far".
Firefighters who raced to the top of the Sky Tower in a bid to raise money for charity may have been exposed to measles.
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After more than a decade on air, the curtain comes down on Campbell Live this evening.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum is adamant his side will stick with their attacking approach to Test cricket in the series finale against England at Headingley starting Friday.
A judge has dismissed Wade Robson's lawsuit alleging he was molested by late pop icon Michael Jackson, because the choreographer filed legal papers too late.
Officials in the coastal town of Newquay in the UK say criminal activity has plummeted since they banned the mankini.
The Government is thinking about automatically enrolling everyone in KiwiSaver, now it's scrapped the $1000 kick-start payment.
A 17-day march from Auckland to Cape Reinga to raise awareness of sexual violence is set to begin.
Former Prime Minister Dame Jenny Shipley will defend court action in relation to collapsed property company Mainzeal.
Iraq has exhumed the remains of 470 people believed to have been executed by jihadists outside Tikrit last year.
New Zealand will be without injured allrounder Corey Anderson when they seek to square the Test series against England in Leeds.
Mariah Carey has confessed the time she spent as a judge on US TV talent show American Idol was "the worst experience of my life".
"Sign me up for a dozen oysters, there are few teams that play it better than the Highlanders and the Chiefs."
Massive job losses at media giant Fairfax are bad for Kiwis who want to understand what's going on around New Zealand, a union representative has claimed.
Tony Field takes a look at FIFA's finances, the Kiwi dollar's latest fall and how farmers are coping below break-even point.
Australia won't pay to provide social support for ex-pat Kiwis, but will pay for them to be incarcerated if it all falls apart.
In a country that should only be dealing with first-world problems, there are a few areas where the water supply is still sub-standard and undrinkable.
Parnassus sheep farmer Mike Bowler's determined not to let the stress of the situation get him down - he's found a rather unique way of ensuring it doesn't.
In the last 30 years, gay rights in New Zealand have come tremendously far but men convicted of homosexual activity still have those convictions on their record.
Porirua Mayor Nick Leggett shared the video thinking it was a bit of fun, but then changed his mind and called police.
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Seymour a class act
"I actually can't believe I'm saying this, but ACT leader David Seymour is doing a great job."
Seymour a class act
FIFA is currently facing the biggest scandal in its 111-year history after US authorities raided an annual meeting and arrested top officials in a corruption probe.
None of it makes a huge amount of sense - I kept checking my watch and praying the film would end.
Tilda Swinton is reportedly in talks to take on a comic book role written for a man in the big screen adaptation of Doctor Strange.
Star Trek star Chris Pine may be playing Wonder Woman Gal Gadot's love interest.
British actress Emilia Clarke turned down the lead role in Fifty Shades of Grey because she did not want to be forever known for getting naked onscreen.
Embattled FIFA executive committee members Jeffrey Webb and Eduardo Li were "provisionally dismissed" by CONCACAF, football's governing body for North America, in the wake of corruption charges filed by US authorities.
New Zealand's involvement at the French Open is over after Artem Sitak bowed out in the second round of the men's doubles in Paris.
The NSW Waratahs' Super Rugby campaign must continue without key forwards Will Skelton and Tolu Latu.
Central Pulse's faltering trans-Tasman netball league season can still be rescued with a win over Adelaide Thunderbirds on Sunday, coach Robyn Broughton believes.
Tom Thibodeau was fired as coach of the Chicago Bulls, unable to bring playoff success despite five winning campaigns with the NBA club.
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