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Police hope the return of convicted murderer and child molester Phillip Smith to jail in New Zealand will bring some comfort to his victims.
Two Australian tourists have died and seven others are injured, after a van collided with a milk tanker in New Zealand's Bay of Plenty.
Search teams have found a man who was missing in Motueka near Nelson in an orchard this morning.
Police hope they will know more about the death of a 32-year-old man found near a car off a hilly road north of Wellington after an autopsy.
Pope Francis visits Turkey in the hope to end condemnation of Christians, end Islamist extremism but create strong ties with Muslim leaders.
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The Black Caps camp is in mourning after the passing of Australian cricketer Phil Hughes.
New Zealand radio has been graced with what could be the country's next big rap duo.
Christchurch clothing brand Untouched World is bracing for a surge in sales after Barack Obama was photographed wearing one of their jumpers on Thanksgiving.
A crane attempting to move a boat has toppled over and crashed into a house on Auckland's North Shore.
Hearings into the government's anti-terrorist bill continue for a third day, although New Zealand's Muslim community say they are already suffering abuse.
At least 64 people have been killed and 126 injured after two suicide bombers blew themselves up and gunmen opened fire at a mosque in Nigeria.
New Zealand soldiers have been working to destroy bombs left in Bougainville from World War II.
Namibians have voted in a general election billed as Africa's first e-vote, with the ruling party expected to retain power.
Opener Brendon McCullum smashed the fastest century by a New Zealand batsman to give his team an upper hand in the third and final Test against Pakistan.
Former Nightline host Belinda Todd says going into receivership six months after it launched was the best thing that ever happened to TV3.
The New Zealand Breakers have stretched their Australian NBL winning streak to five by downing the Sydney Kings 107-96.
North Korea has revealed that Kim Jong-Un's younger sister holds the title of a senior party official.
Santa Claus is able to deliver presents to every child in the world thanks to his anti-matter powered sled – at least according to a pair of Auckland-based scientists.
The subcontractor was awarded in the Court of Appeal the money he was owed after the lead contractor refused to pay him.
While post-earthquake road repairs are proceeding to agreed national standards, it's still a rough ride for locals.
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Teams from 15 Canterbury schools have spent the best part of a year designing, developing and building their own electric vehicles to partake in Evolocity.
There are reports of extremely heavy hail in Yaldhurst, West Melton, Westmorland and West Eyreton.
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The new crime statistics follow the UK and Australia and will focus on the victims, with the intention of finding a bigger picture.
Jake Gyllenhaal leads Nightcrawler as a devilishly persistent creep who, struggling for employment, barges into the underground world of freelance crime journalism.
The grandchildren of a British war hero have written an open letter to filmmakers complaining about his portrayal in Benedict Cumberbatch's new drama The Imitation Game.
Singer/songwriter Sia is giving away the four trophies she won at the Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA) Awards on Wednesday.
Singer Morrissey has taken a bizarre swipe at US President Barack Obama and questioned his ethnicity amid riots over the police shooting of an unarmed teenager.
Beloved British crime novelist P. D. James has died at the age of 94. Her 1992 book The Children of Men was the basis for the 2006 movie Children of Men.
The Blackcaps and Pakistan joined the campaign to honour Phillip Hughes, and remembered the Australian batsman before the third Test resumed in Sharjah.
Australia and New Zealand will send athletes to the next Asian Indoor Games in 2017, following an accord with the Olympic Council of Asia.
UEFA have confirmed they have opened disciplinary proceedings against Tottenham and Legia Warsaw for incidents during their Europa League games this week.
Female racing driver Susie Wolff has been appointed as the official test driver for Williams, while Carlos Sainz (junior) will drive for Toro Rosso.
he Cowboys are hopeful James Tamou will be available for the 2015 NRL season opener, with the Test front rower set for neck surgery next week.
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