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The Inland Revenue Departmentis targeting four parts of Auckland in a tax campaign aimed at cracking down on 'cashie' subcontractors.
Police are on the hunt for a man who led them on a car chase this morning in a stolen vehicle.
A 10-year-old girl went missing in Auckland yesterday after an argument with family members, police say.
A detective who found a blood-stained knife in the North Shore apartment of a man who allegedly raped and stabbed Blessie Gotingco will continue giving evidence at the murder trial.
Prince William and his wife Kate have announced that their new baby princess will be called Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, as the sound of gun salutes and bells pealing rang out over London.
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The definitive portrait of Kurt Cobain is an impressive work of modern art with, of course, a killer soundtrack.
Tony Field takes a look at reverse mortgages, new car sales and the possible end of the bull market.
A shirtless man had to be rescued by fire officers and police after he became stuck upside down in a basketball hoop.
The family of a missing Dutch tourist are making plans to bring his body home after bones found at Farewell Spit were identified as his.
Search teams are doing everything they can to find a missing police dog before the weather takes a turn for the worse.
The Government is considering a proposal for contraceptive pills to be sold over the counter by pharmacists without a doctor's prescription.
The Greens are fasting to highlight the dangers of climate change.
The Conservatives and Labour have launched their final push to woo voters ahead of this week's British election.
Lydia Ko's grip on the world No.1 ranking has loosened considerably.
British actor Craig Charles has quit his role in a popular UK soap opera to revive his cult sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf.
Time's up for Wellington Phoenix winger Kenny Cunningham, who's leaving the club at the end of his two-year contract.
More than half the nearly 6,000 migrants rescued in the Mediterranean over the weekend have arrived in Italy as aid workers warned of no end in sight to a "heartbreaking" crisis.
Heatwaves are costing the Australian economy billions every year according to a new study, and it's only going to get worse.
It sparked rolling battles on the streets of Auckland; angry, violent protests over the removal of 160 state houses from the suburb of Glen Innes.
When Tauranga woman Bertie Ratu wrote to her local MP on Facebook, she knew others would see it. And she wasn't worried – it wasn't offensive, or derogatory or unfair.
Over the past fortnight, former Gloriavale resident Julia has stood out for bravely speaking out about her experiences on the inside.
Welcome to the latest Star Wars production, starring Mary De Garnham as Princess Leia, Kerry Smith as Han Solo, with cameos from Chewbacca and Empress Amidala.
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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To the Saudi King: Stop the beheadings
"To the King of Saudi Arabia: The way your kingdom beheads its citizens for crimes like blasphemy is simply barbaric."
To the Saudi King: Stop the beheadings
A quick look at Australia and New Zealand's rugby league rivalry:
Miley Cyrus is preparing to release an album with her pal Wayne Coyne and his band the Flaming Lips.
Pearl Jam's manager has snubbed a campaign for the rockers to headline a grand opening at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, New York.
Kanye West has ditched the controversial title for his next album and changed the name to Swish.
An actress who has accused Bill Cosby of sexually assaulting her in the 1990s joined protesters outside the final show of the comic's stand-up tour.
Shinier, glitzier and a little once-over-lightly, this is still a tonne of fun, and an easy four stars.
Arsenal was at their best as they comfortably beat Hull City 3-1 at the KC Stadium.
The All Blacks will begin their Rugby Championship title defense in Christchurch against Argentina.
Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry has been named the NBA Most Valuable Player for the 2014-15 season.
All Blacks veteran Dan Carter says a technical problem has afflicted his goalkicking but he expects a quick fix.
England batsman Jonathan Trott has announced his retirement from international cricket.
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