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A High Court jury has this afternoon found two men guilty of murder for burning Shalvin Prasad to death in 2013.
Twelve people have been injured as two New York buildings collapsed and a blaze tore through neighbouring properties.
Police failing in their duty of care in detaining people has led to "too many instances of attempted suicide" and more needs to be done, the IPCA says.
The co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings flight appears to have "deliberately" crashed the plane into the French Alps after locking his captain out of the cockpit.
Mark Lundy's lawyers say the flawed Crown's case shows the only safe verdict is to find him not guilty of murdering his wife and daughter.
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One of Auckland waterfront’s distinctive red lamps has been knocked over and smashed, after a bus struck it while turning near The Cloud.
A one-year-old red panda has been welcomed into Wellington Zoo after a road trip across the North Island.
The New Zealand television personality has been accused of racism after posting a statement on Facebook aimed at Indians.
The World Cup final is not just a clash of the co-hosts, but a meeting of cricket's form teams.
An underwater camera has found a large amount of metal in the shallows underneath a cliff at Curio Bay in the search for missing schoolboy Mike Zhao-Beckenridge.
The Prime Minister's welcoming an inquiry into allegations the GCSB spied on New Zealanders in the Pacific Islands.
Critics of the controversial Bledisloe Wharf extensions are launching legal action to try and stop it from going ahead.
Indian police have made their first arrest over the rape of an elderly nun that has shocked the country.
Stephen Kearney's tenure as Kiwis coach has been extended for two years, as New Zealand Rugby League looks to build on their recent success.
British actor/comedian Russell Brand has been voted the world's fourth greatest thinker in a new poll.
Weeks of frustration are about to end for Dan Bowden as he prepares to make an injury-delayed return to Super Rugby.
In the dead of night, more than 90 poachers are arrested by Tanzanian forces, who find weapons – but no ivory. It's long gone.
Have you ever wanted to look like a tasty, beefy Big Mac? Well now you can.
Food crops across Vanuatu have been completely wiped out, with no mangoes expected for a year and no coffee for up to three years.
Campbell Live offered Australians some free cricket lessons ahead of their semi-final clash against India.
Julian Lee wanted to join the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, but instead of letting him anywhere near the instruments, they made him a roadie.
Somewhere in the region of 2,400 programmes, the Campbell Live team have worked passionately to be a force for good in New Zealand.
A truck crash that caused a major cream spill on the Takaka Hill near Golden Bay has seen the nearby river run white with milk.
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Germanwings flight 4U 9525 was flying from Spain to Germany on Tuesday when it crashed in the French Alps killing all 150 people onboard.
Kate Rodger reviews Cinderella and Infinitely Polar Bear on Firstline.
Louis Tomlinson has promised One Direction fans "the best album ever" after Zayn's departure.
Despite its popularity, executive producer Gareth Neame has now announced Downton Abbey is to end once the sixth series finishes.
Actress Joan Collins was made a Dame in a ceremony by Prince Charles at London's Buckingham Palace.
Musician FKA Twigs has responded publicly to nasty messages she received for dating Robert Pattinson, because she wanted to show fans no one should have to put up with cyber bullying.
America's Cup organisers and competitors are drawing up plans to cut costs for yachting's oldest race in 2017 by introducing smaller boats.
Assistant coach Andrew Strawbridge has demanded a big improvement from the Chiefs scrum ahead of their Super Rugby clash with the Cheetahs.
Lewis Hamilton scoffed at Red Bull as "funny" on Thursday after the former F1 dominators called for measures to rein in runaway Mercedes.
English Premier League clubs posted a pre-tax profit last season for the first time in 15 years, according to a report released by business advisory firm Deloitte today.
A judge has ordered a professional Japanese baseball club to pay $US350,000 ($A446,000) in damages to a woman, hit in the face and partially blinded by a foul ball.
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