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Labour MP Clare Curran has apologised for directly copying paragraphs of The Economist and pasting them into a research paper on Labour's "Future of Work Commission".
A failure to strike a deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement this weekend could see it delayed by up to two years.
A 14-year-old who stabbed an Auckland dairy owner to death has been sentenced to six years detention in a youth justice facility.
All frontline police staff will now routinely carry Tasers while on duty, in a major change to the organisation's operational policy.
Plane wreckage washed up on a tiny Indian Ocean island will be sent to France for investigation amid speculation it's be related to missing flight MH370.
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A foursome of rare white lion cubs have been put on show in the Crimean city of Sevastopol for the first time since being born two weeks ago.
Mana Party leader Hone Harawira has written an open letter the President of the United States asking him drop a major global trade deal.
The Warriors have slammed former Australian rugby league player Billy Moore's "coconut" remark, calling it unnecessary.
Australian pro surfer Mick Fanning has escaped a second shark scare in as many weeks.
Nearly 450 state housing tenants want to be moved because of health concerns, figures from Housing New Zealand reveal.
Migrants holed up in northern France have made fewer attempts to get to England via the Channel Tunnel, suggesting beefed-up security is having an impact.
A 29-year-old motorcyclist has died after a crash on Castle Cliff beach at about 5pm yesterday.
Australian journalist Peter Greste says the delay of a verdict in his retrial by an Egyptian court is frustrating and is putting his life in limbo.
New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko made the most of an early start to share second place after the first round of the Women's British Open in Scotland.
Certainly pornographic but not pornography, though the shallow script and poor acting don't help its lofty artistic aspirations.
England find themselves on the brink of victory in the third Ashes Test after Steven Finn took five wickets on an unbelievable day at Edgbaston.
Bringing a long-extinct virus back from the dead – it sounds like the start of a Hollywood thriller, but scientists think it could be the future of gene therapy.
Volkswagen has replaced Toyota as the world's biggest selling car maker.
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.
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.
A US dentist insists he hasn't been contacted by US or Zimbabwean authorities after he paid NZ$70,000 to kill a famous lion.
Former Australia and Queensland rugby league player Billy Moore has come under fire for his 'coconut style' remark.
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
Emma Brannam straps on the just-released Apple Watch for a day to find out whether it's worth the hype.
Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman has confessed the US$1 million per episode salary the cast of the hit sitcom received at the height of its popularity was "ridiculous".
Beyoncé has reportedly been approached to cast a spell over viewers of upcoming live TV musical The Wiz by starring as Glinda the Good Witch.
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal is in early talks to star in a new biopic about one of the survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Former Seinfeld star Jason Alexander is urging fans not to confuse him with Jace Alexander, a director in custody on child pornography charges.
Rockers Radiohead have become unexpected favourites to be named the new musicians behind the next James Bond theme tune after a sudden flurry of bets at UK bookmakers.
Warriors strike weapons Konrad Hurrell and Manu Vatuvei want their enthusiasm on return to make an impact against the Sharks.
New Zealand have suffered a second narrow loss to strong opposition in Europe, going down 73-68 to Slovenia.
Evergreen New Zealand rider Andrew Nicholson has won a major eventing title in Europe, seeing off a host of top opponents at the Royal International Horse Show in southern England.
Durban-born batsman Colin Munro hopes knowledge of local conditions count in his favour when New Zealand meet Zimbabwe.
Wallabies flanker Michael Hooper is free to tackle the All Blacks next week despite being found guilty of foul play at a SANZAR judicial hearing.
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