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A law change allowing offenders to be kept behind bars after finishing their sentences came too late to save Blessie Gotingco.
An 18-year-old woman is dead following a two-car crash in central Dunedin at around 2:20am today.
Another rowdy debate in Parliament has marked a further step for the Bill that allows the flag referendum process to take place.
Overseas travel agents are being offered free training to help them explain New Zealand's road rules and conditions to tourists.
A Libyan court has sentenced a son and eight aides of slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi to death for crimes during the 2011 uprising.
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Katrina Grant says the Silver Ferns are out for revenge at the Netball World Cup.
Hong Kong's Ocean Park theme park resident Jia Jia has achieved the Guinness world record title of the oldest panda living in captivity.
MetService has issued a warning to farmers as evidence grows that a major El Niño event is underway.
A magpie will be thankful to have both legs on the ground in Canterbury this afternoon following a feather-raising rescue from the treetops.
New Zealand has been engaged in what is being dubbed "Pavlova diplomacy" during its month-long presidency of the United Nations Security Council.
NATO has given its strong backing to Turkey's fight against "terrorism" at an emergency meeting called to discuss Ankara's strikes against IS fighters and Kurdish rebels.
The Prime Minister wants to see the people accused of shooting down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 a year ago held to account.
A convicted Japanese murderer who left a haunting "haiku" poem behind after his grisly deeds has been sentenced to death.
Joseph Parker believes he is potentially 18 months away from a world title shot.
Sherlock star Jonathan Aris has reportedly landed a role in the forthcoming Star Wars spin-off, Rogue One.
All Whites legend Ryan Nelsen believes New Zealand Football (NZF) have a duty to take their Olympic disqualification fight as far as it can go.
In a victory for activists, Nepalese temple authorities say they will end a centuries-old Hindu tradition of mass animal slaughter that attracts hundreds of thousands of worshippers.
The gold price is at a five and a half year low, with some analysts predicting it could fall even further.
A woman managed to push her young son to safety before she fell to her death, after the floor at the top of a shopping mall escalator gave way underneath her.
Warriors lynchpin Shaun Johnson has been hospitalised after suffering a seemingly serious leg injury during the Warriors match against Manly this afternoon.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has been booted out of the debating chamber and his MPs walked out with him.
Maori and British heritage and a contemporary multicultural society have come together under a meeting house in a competition to design an alternative New Zealand flag.
Video of a destructive fire at a Wellington house shows how quickly the flames envelop the building.
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Labour's risky race card flop
"Labour is pissed off. It's pissed off and it's pissing people off. That's what happens when you play the race card."
Labour's risky race card flop
A timeline of Tony Robertson's criminal history, starting in 2003, when he was 16 years old.
British singer Ed Sheeran is reuniting with Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter after landing a recurring role in his new drama.
Owen Wilson decided to go the "doughy direction" with his Zoolander 2 character as he couldn't stop eating Italian food during the shoot.
Dame Helen Mirren made a blunder on UK TV show Good Morning Britain on Tuesday by swearing during the live broadcast.
Rocker Dave Grohl is regaining the strength in his broken leg with a rigorous physiotherapy routine, by drumming along to Led Zeppelin tracks three times a day.
Legendary Australian Boxer Jeff Fenech hopes his protege Bowie Tupou can spring a surprise on Joseph Parker in Invercargill this Saturday.
Lima Sopoaga passed the Ellis Park litmus test with flying colours, surely locking himself into the World Cup squad.
Jimmy Neesham has bounced back from long-term injury with a sharp all-round performance in New Zealand's opening win on their limited overs tour of Africa.
England batsman Ian Bell accepts his form in the "brutal environment" of Test cricket hasn't been good enough.
A little tidying up now will go a long way for the Silver Ferns at next month's netball World Cup, midcourter Grace Rasmussen believes.
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