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Counties Manukau police are on the hunt for a man who has breached his bail conditions by cutting off his electronic monitoring bracelet.
Auckland City police are investigating a serious assault overnight that left one man in critical condition.
Toxicology results found in the second autopsy of Auckland child Maggie Watson shows traces of drugs or chemicals in her body, the New Zealand Herald reports.
One person has been arrested for aggravated robbery in Christchurch yesterday.
The College of Midwives is about to lodge the nation's biggest equal pay challenge in the High Court at Wellington, alleging midwives are paid less because they are women.
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A handwritten letter set to be sold at auction reveals Prince Charles' vow of revenge against New Zealanders.
Legendary racehorse trainer Bart Cummings has died at the age of 87 surrounded by family at his homestead in north western Sydney.
Maori leaders are slamming a business venture in France by former All Black Byron Kelleher that uses Maori culture to attract punters to a pub.
New Orleans has observed the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina by remembering the dead.
Fire crews have been called to the scene of a large fire in two buildings at Hamilton East School this morning.
Austrian police have intercepted another truck containing 26 migrants just days after 71 people died in an abandoned vehicle.
The Mayor of Upper Hutt is calling for Corrections to sort out ongoing problems with electronic monitoring bracelets.
Thai police have charged a foreign man over last week's deadly Bangkok bombing.
UNICEF New Zealand received more than $2.5 million in donations for Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam. So where has it all gone?
A number of All Black hopefuls turned out for their provincial sides yesterday in the ITM Cup - but who looks most likely to be on the plane to England for the Rugby World Cup?
Otago set up their first win of the national provincial rugby championship with a storming second half to down Taranaki 34-27 in the rain in New Plymouth.
The United States says it's "deeply disappointed and concerned" after an Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera reporters to three years in prison.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has issued assurances over his country's economy after global markets were unsettled by concerns over its slowing growth.
There is a colourful conspiracy that the faces of the All Blacks in their current advertising campaigns are certainties to be on the plane to the UK.
A cyclist has completed the first ever circumnavigation of New Zealand on a bike.
Far from the days of chalk and pencils though are so-called "future-focused" schools – no bells, no individual classrooms, and Principal Birch is simply known as Daniel.
In Dunedin businesses and buildings are opening their doors for the city's Heritage Festival - one of the hottest tickets in town was for tours of a working brothel.
Video of a destructive fire at a Wellington house shows how quickly the flames envelop the building.
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Why no criticism of Key, the ABs fan boy?
"John Key is taking his role as All Black fanboy-in-chief to an all new level by attending the selection of the All Blacks World Cup team on Sunday."
Why no criticism of Key, the ABs fan boy?
What does Syria look like four-and-a-half years deep in conflict?
Supermodel Kate Moss is due to star in the film version of hit TV series Absolutely Fabulous, according to the show's star and creator Jennifer Saunders.
Tila Tequila has apologised for making "terrible mistakes" after she was booted from the U.K. Celebrity Big Brother house for making anti-Semitic comments.
Late funnyman Robin Williams' widow and his kids have agreed to meet next week to discuss what is to become of the Oscar winner's huge bicycle collection.
Pop star Miley Cyrus is adamant she is still a single girl despite rumors of a romance with Victoria's Secret model Stella Maxwell.
Justin Bieber's big solo comeback single has leaked on the Internet hours before its radio premiere on Friday.
As rugby fans obsess over who will be in Sunday's All Blacks World Cup squad, don't discount those who miss out.
The Sydney Roosters killed off Manly's top eight hopes and soured Geoff Toovey's Brookvale Oval farewell with a 46-10 NRL win on Friday night.
The Chinese cameraman who sent Usain Bolt flying at the World Athletics Championships presented him with a red bracelet to apologise after footage of the incident went viral.
Dutchwoman Dafne Schippers rejected any suggestion of doping after she smashed a 36-year-old European record with the fourth fastest 200m run in history.
A German sailor has blamed Rio's unclean water for a serious skin infection that required surgery following a test regatta for the 2016 Olympic Games.
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