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Former All Blacks fullback Mils Muliaina has been charged with sexual assault by South Wales Police.
Four people found dead in an Ashburton home appear to have been killed by accidental gassing, police say.
The much-anticipated Skypath walk and cycle route across the Auckland Harbour Bridge is set to go ahead.
A 25-year-old man has been charged with murder following the death of a man at a residential house in Kawerau.
Former Carterton Mayor turned New Zealand First MP Ron Mark has taken over as the party's deputy leader.
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An AFL coach has been found dead and his 26-year-old son taken into custody following an alleged domestic dispute.
A seal pup has been basking on the stairs between Pier 2 and Pier 3 since around 8:30am, drawing crowds of people trying to take selfies.
The Press Council has upheld a complaint about an article written about the woman at the centre of the ponytail controversy involving Prime Minister John Key.
An American woman has had an "up close and personal experience" with a great white shark in South Africa.
Opposition parties are piling pressure onto Housing Minister Nick Smith after the average Auckland house value rose by $74,000 in just three months.
A ferry loaded with nearly 200 people has capsized off a central Philippine port, killing at least 38.
The Green Party's blaming the quick expansion of dairying and the Government's support of it for falling dairy prices.
Greece's government and international creditors have raised the stakes over a referendum seen as decisive for the country's political and financial future.
Qualifier Dustin Brown has toppled Rafael Nadal in four sets at Wimbledon.
Eminem made an unlikely appearance when comedian Stephen Colbert interviewed the rapper on a public access cable TV show in Michigan this week.
Cathrine Latu has become the victim of her own success as her effectiveness became her nemesis.
The photographer behind a project turning its lens on life in south Auckland has just moved one step closer to realising her dream of publishing a book.
A new dinosaur discovered in south China suggests oviraptorosaurs were more widely spread across Asia than previously believed.
Hold onto your mutts: A pair of Texas-based filmmakers has recreated the Jurassic World trailer replacing dinosaurs, with dachshunds.
Tāreikura's 'Poiyonce' video, featuring 'Move Your Body', is going viral.
A new bar in Auckland has found a way to sidestep the city's new 4am closing time by remaining strictly alcohol-free.
Hello Games founder Sean Murray on the size, art style, combat and inspiration for No Man's Sky.
The wheels on a Wellington bus went round and round, and then one came loose during the rush hour morning commute today.
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Homelessness in New Zealand
"A cap on the ground, hungry for a dollar. A tattered blanket, fighting a losing battle with the cold. Every time I see that a little bit inside me dies. "
Homelessness in New Zealand
The situation in Greece has dominated the financial news, but how will the crisis affect New Zealand's economy?
Beyonce has made a video showing her dancing in rainbow-coloured clothes to celebrate marriage equality in the US.
Rihanna has made her directorial debut with the violent music video for her new single, 'Bitch Better Have My Money'.
Pop superstar Prince has followed in the footsteps of Taylor Swift by pulling his music from streaming service Spotify.
Associate producer Mark Walton talks awesome characters and levels all with that destructible, rebuildable Lego charm.
Umpire Chris Gaffaney is confident his experience of dealing with 'domestics' as a policeman will stand him in good stead when it comes to maintaining order in the Ashes.
Tiger Woods has shaken off a late double-bogey with birdies at his last three holes to post a four-under par 66 in the first round of the Greenbrier Classic.
Keven Mealamu has spent 13 years in Test rugby, but never thought he would get to go with the All Blacks to his country of heritage.
Former Warriors player Phil Blake will not face further disciplinary action from European rugby chiefs for breaching betting rules.
Former champions Roger Federer and Andy Murray have swept into the Wimbledon third round as temperatures eased.
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