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Nationwide property values for July increased at the fastest annual rate in the last seven years, while Auckland is up 33.7 percent.
Michael Murray, the man accused of killing Mille Elder-Homes' boyfriend Connor Morris, "didn't want any trouble", a court has heard.
There are renewed pleas for a man accused of holding a teenage girl against her will to either contact her family or release her.
A central Auckland park where a 21-year-old man was shot dead by police will be blessed this afternoon.
Malaysian aviation experts have met French officials to coordinate the investigation into missing flight MH370.
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An under-fire US hunter who posted photos of herself with a dead giraffe says just because she killed it, doesn't mean she didn't respect it.
A giant inflatable Minion has caused chaos in Dublin, when it landed on a motorway.
Mick Fanning has donated his AU$75,000 television appearance fee to a surfer who was mauled by a great white shark.
Captain Kane Williamson's urging the Black Caps to keep calm ahead of tonight's must-win second ODI against Zimbabwe in Harare.
The threat of the departure of the Tiwai Point smelter has Southland hoping to develop other economic opportunities.
The jury in the Colorado theatre Batman shooting trial will consider the death penalty as it moves towards sentencing James Holmes.
Acclaimed nature photographer Steve Winter, known for his striking images of big cats in the wild, is bringing the best of his work to New Zealand.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is airing her first 2016 campaign television ads in the United States.
There are signs that suggest New Zealand Football (NZF) may have admitted defeat over Deklan Wynne's eligibility route.
The Brown and Houston families are said to be blaming one another over a photo taken of Bobbi Kristina lying in her silver casket, reportedly sold for over US$100,000.
Veteran Silver Ferns defender Anna Harrison will return to the trans-Tasman league next year with the Northern Mystics.
State-owned enterprise Solid Energy is a lesson on what can go wrong when a company takes on too much debt at the same time.
A survey has found a quarter of Kiwis have shrunk their clothes in the dryer and mistaken it for weight gain.
A man in West Yorkshire, UK called 999 in order to report his cat to the police as it had eaten his bacon.
An accused criminal in Florida has tried to chew his own fingerprints off in an attempt to avoid identification by the police.
Golfers all hope to go out and get a birdie on the golf course, but not of this kind.
Ben Stiller is back as Derek Zoolander, the world's greatest male model, in Zoolander 2.
Video of a destructive fire at a Wellington house shows how quickly the flames envelop the building.
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Shooting a concern for Silver Ferns
"The Silver Ferns' brains trust is entrusting the team's World Cup shooting success in Bailey Mes - it's newly-appointed number one goal shooter - but is their faith in the 26-year-old misplaced?"
Shooting a concern for Silver Ferns
The Cook Islands are better known for their idyllic beaches and balmy temperatures than their constitutional arrangements.
No Doubt star Gwen Stefani has filed for divorce from Gavin Rossdale, citing "irreconcilable differences".
Harmony Korine has revealed details about his follow-up to Spring Breakers, violent revenge thriller The Trap.
Zooey Deschanel has reportedly welcomed a healthy baby girl with her new husband Jacob Pechenik.
UFC and film star Ronda Rousey is to star in her own biopic, being adapted from her book by Paramount Pictures.
Amy Schumer thinks preventing shootings by "crazy people" requires immediate attention.
Incumbent Wallabies first five-eighth Bernard Foley is keen to tap the vast rugby knowledge of Matt Giteau.
New Zealand's Lauren Boyle qualified comfortably for her second final on day two of the world championships in Russia.
Argentina have dropped eight starters from the recent hammering by Australia for a 2015 Rugby Championship Test against South Africa in Durban.
Gold Coast's NRL losing streak has come to an end with a 24-14 victory over Parramatta on Monday night.
South Africa skipper and centre Jean de Villiers and star halfback Fourie du Preez could start against Argentina this weekend after long injury lay-offs.
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