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A 29-year-old Manurewa man has appeared before the Auckland District Court charged with the fatal stabbing of international student Parmita Rani.
Finance Minister Bill English is sceptical about claims foreign buyers are driving the Auckland property market, and says supply remains the main factor.
Police are reviewing video footage of a protest which turned violent outside SkyCity Grand Hotel in Auckland yesterday.
The Student Volunteer Army is mobilising to help the Christchurch suburb of Phillipstown.
Two boats New Zealand discovered illegally fishing in the Southern Ocean have now been nabbed by authorities in Cabo Verde.
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A young Russian woman has accidentally shot herself in the head with a pistol while posing for a selfie.
Wellington's Parrotdog Brewery has been named Champion International Small Brewery at the Australian International Beer Awards.
Scientists published an analysis that dates domesticated dogs to over 27,000 years ago.
Google has filed a patent for toys that pay attention to who is in a room and can interact with other media devices.
A magnitude 4.5 quake in the upper South Island was mostly judged to be of light intensity by those who felt it.
The State Department has released a first batch of emails by Hillary Clinton, giving an unprecedented glimpse into the work of the former top diplomat.
Pressure is mounting for a ban on children riding quad bikes.
Islamic State has bombed a mosque in Saudi Arabia and vowed "dark days ahead" for Shi'ites until militants "chase them from the Arabian Peninsula".
Kane Williamson's unbeaten 92 rounded off a fine second day's work for New Zealand in the first Test against England at Lord's.
Veteran actress Jane Fonda believes women who have suffered sexual abuse are more likely to undergo extensive cosmetic surgery.
Augustine Pulu delivered a reminder of his explosive ability as the Chiefs overwhelmed the Bulls 34-20 in their Super Rugby match in Rotorua.
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake has struck off the Solomon Islands, the third major tremor to hit the region in three days.
Parliament is continuing to sit under urgency to pass measures in the budget.
The Department of Internal Affairs has confirmed it is investigating Gloriavale's charity status.
Anna Burns-Francis takes a look at whether there is any evidence to back up the theory that foreign investors are buying up Auckland property.
Two years ago our Campbell Live caravan saw people at the end of their tether and who were close to breaking down - so how are those fellow New Zealanders now?
The Westland District Council has sent out letters telling ratepayers that they plan to hike rates up by as much as 100 percent this year.
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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Bill's tricky Budget
"Bill English has pulled off a tricky Budget of axing and taxing."
Bill's tricky Budget
Key points from the trial of the 28-year-old found guilty of raping and murdering Blessie Gotingco.
Dame Shirley Bassey has blasted pop stars including Beyonce and Rihanna for their sexy outfits.
Most of my laughs were reserved for Jason Statham, his rogue spy Rick Ford sending up his own Statham brand of action man.
Teaser screenshots and video has been released by EA and Ghost Games for the upcoming Need for Speed reboot.
Jack Nicholson, Bruce Willis and Harry Styles at a free, intimate Rolling Stones gig in Hollywood this week.
Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' promo has shattered viewing records on Vevo after over 20 million views in just 24 hours.
Marina Erakovic has received a tough draw for the French Open, meeting two time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in the opening round.
Will Power edged pole sitter Scott Dixon for the fastest lap in the final Indianapolis 500 practice session, a crash-free hour of testing.
Kobe Bryant will make next season his last with the Los Angeles Lakers after 20 years and five NBA titles, Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak said.
Rory McIlroy crashed out of the European PGA Championship at Wentworth when he missed the cut with a six-over-par second round 78.
Former Australia fast bowler Jason Gillespie revealed that he has held talks with Andrew Strauss about succeeding Peter Moores as England coach.
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