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Thousands of people have gathered at Anzac services throughout the country to mark the 99th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign.
William James Vahey took his own life in March while the subject of an international sex crimes probe.
Police are looking to talk to a 17-year-old after raids on service stations in Mt Wellington, Glenn Innes and Penrose.
The report will be released as the government battles widespread criticism over the transparency of its investigation.
Vladimir Putin has called the internet a "CIA project" and has warned Russians against making Google searches.
Thousands of Aussie and Kiwi pilgrims camped overnight ahead of the 99th anniversary ANZAC dawn service.
Around 1000 people gathered outside Parliament for the national commemorative service and wreath-laying ceremony.
The Duke and Duchess made an unexpected appearance at the national dawn service outside the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
Lieutenant General Tim Keating, chief of the Defence Force, attended the Wellington dawn service this morning.
Perceptions of the Anzac legend and psyche forged in battle differ on either side of the Tasman.
Russia warned of "consequences" after Kiev launched a deadly assault against pro-Kremlin rebels.
The Christchurch Bridge of Remembrance is on track to reopen next year, despite controversy over its repairs.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has urged Israel and the Palestinians to make compromises needed to go ahead with peace talks.
Dane Coles and Ben Franks have warned their Hurricanes team-mates to stay firmly grounded ahead of Saturday's match.
Liam Gallagher first tweeted 'O', followed by 'A', 'S', 'I' and 'S', and finished with 'OASIS' and his initials, 'LG'.
Defending V8 Supercars champion Jamie Whincup has endured the worst possible start and crashed during practice.
People who boosted their coffee intake by "moderate to large" doses in a study had a lower risk for adult-onset diabetes.
Naenae locals have presented a petition to the local council to get rid of the shop, and are pleading for their community back.
Chat show host and Kiwi wine fan Graham Norton is getting his feet and hands a bit dirty, all in the name of fine wine.
It's not for lack of trying, but rather, a lack of knowledge - they've been told they have "unexplained infertility".
How much sugar did you consume over the Easter weekend? The World Health Organisation has released new recommendations.
Christchurch has been hit hard by the tail-end of Cyclone Ita, which has ravaged the country for the past 24 hours.
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Plays of the week
Kate Rodger's interview with The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro star Andrew Garfield and director Marc Webb.
Justin Bieber has reportedly been stopped by customs officials at Los Angeles International Airport.
The actor retweeted a picture of a soldier standing in front of a cenotaph at the Coffs Harbour dawn service.
Comedy troupe Monty Python are heading back to cinemas after striking a deal to show their final gig on the big screen.
Rafael Nadal maintained his quest for a ninth Barcelona Open title with a comfortable win over Ivan Dodig.
Triathlete Ryan Sissons will carry special motivation when he contests in the world triathlon series in Cape Town.
He's done drugs, alcohol and even time behind bars, but now Alex Leapai wants to be Australia's first universally recognised world heavyweight champ.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has been listed among the 100 most influential people in the world by Time Magazine on her 17th birthday.
Peter Dunne's visit to a legal high store
Graham Norton's love of Kiwi wine
Kiwis mark 99th anniversary of Gallipoli campaign
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