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Teina Pora will not face a retrial after the Privy Council quashed his convictions for murdering and raping Susan Burdett.
The jury in the Mark Lundy murder trial has been asked look only at the evidence before them in weighing up whether or not he killed his wife and daughter.
Winston Peters is giving mixed messages on whether he'll stand down as a list MP so New Zealand First can increase its presence in Parliament.
Part of a Northland marae has been destroyed by fire despite six crews taking water from a nearby river to try and put out the blaze.
An Air Canada jet came off the runway after landing at Halifax airport in Nova Scotia, sending at least 23 people to hospital.
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The Black Caps couldn't manage to jump the final hurdle at the Cricket World Cup, but captain Brendon McCullum has no regrets.
It was 3am, pouring with rain and after wandering the streets alone, a little girl boarded a bus and told shocked passengers she was looking for a slushie.
Police are looking for a man who has been violently robbing victims he meets through a gay dating app.
The captain of the passenger jet that is believed to have been deliberately crashed into the French Alps reportedly shouted at the co-pilot to "open the damn door".
US police have recovered two bodies from the rubble of a Manhattan building destroyed by a suspected gas explosion.
A new live video streaming app on Twitter is boasting millions of users and attracting rave reviews.
Greenpeace activists will hold mural-sized photographs depicting human and animal suffering from climate change outside an oil industry conference in Auckland.
More than 240 workers at NZ plants of one of the world's largest packaging companies are about to start a two-week overtime ban.
New Zealand may have been outplayed in the Cricket World Cup final by Australia, but received praise worldwide for their graciousness in defeat.
Destiny's Child reunited at the Stellar Awards 2015 in Las Vegas on Saturday (local time), as Beyonce and Kelly Rowland supported former bandmate Michelle Williams at the gospel music prizegiving.
Sebastian Vettel stunned Mercedes' world champion Lewis Hamilton with an audacious Malaysian Grand Prix victory which set the Formula One season alight.
Some fire restrictions are being lifted in Selwyn on the outskirts of Christchurch where there were several serious fires in summer.
People who start new businesses are doing well and are optimistic about the New Zealand economy, according to a survey.
In a special 10th anniversary episode, John Campbell was surprised with messages of thanks from the people he has helped over the years.
Tristram Clayton and Lachlan Forsyth joined John Campbell in the studio to announce that the bunnies collected $1000 each on Trade Me.
The Campbell Live team aren't exactly shy quiet types - mixed with how much time they together, it's the perfect storm for television bloopers.
Food crops across Vanuatu have been completely wiped out, with no mangoes expected for a year and no coffee for up to three years.
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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Long Road to Freedom
"We first met Teina Pora in a car, parked in some side lane off Queen Street, in the rain."
Long Road to Freedom
Winston Peters was crowned the new MP for Northland last night, but where did the 28,000 votes fall?
The first official teaser trailer for Spectre kicks off with Daniel Craig's James Bond receiving a mysterious black box.
Chris Martin reportedly views Kate Hudson as a combination of his ex-wife and former girlfriend.
Ben Stiller's dreams of becoming a punk star are set to be realised after bosses at an indie label have announced plans to release the album he recorded in 1982.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 was a triple winner at the 2015 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards on the weekend.
Writer and actress Lena Dunham has become a target of some high-profile New York Jews following the publication of a questionable article about cultural stereotypes in The New Yorker.
Sydney FC extended their season-long streak without a loss away from home in an emphatic 3-0 win over Wellington Phoenix at Westpac Stadium.
American Gwen Jorgensen has won her sixth successive world triathlon series event with victory on the Auckland waterfront.
Outgoing Australian skipper Michael Clarke lauds his side's dedication and skill after lifting the Cricket World Cup yet again.
West Coast Fever gave further evidence they are the real deal in 2015 with a 55-50 win over the Adelaide Thunderbirds to remain top of the ANZ Championship.
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