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Pressure is growing on the Government to declare a drought as parts of the South Island endure record low rainfalls.
A 47-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a 71-year-old woman found dead at a house in Stratford.
The training and supervision of NZ midwives has been slammed by the coroner in a report about the deaths of a Waikato mother and her newborn baby.
Police are investigating after human remains were found on a Coromandel beach.
A New Zealand man has been shot during a family dispute in Thailand.
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Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as Sonny Bill Williams takes on Chauncy Welliver at the Allphones Arena in Sydney.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the death of one of the great Kiwi innovators – John Britten.
Acclaimed author Eleanor Catton has responded to the outcry over comments she made criticising the Government.
Jamaica is preparing to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of reggae star Bob Marley, who would have turned 70 on February 6.
Hundreds of jailbirds are being released from Mount Eden Prison following a special rehabilitation programme, and the initiative is so successful it's sparking international interest.
The EU has expanded its raft of sanctions against Russia as fighting continues in the east and fresh moves are made hold peace talks.
Prime Minister John Key isn't concerned about the by-election in the Northland seat prompted by Mike Sabin's resignation.
Jordan is still awaiting proof that a captured military pilot is alive before agreeing to a deal to swap a convicted female jihadist for his release.
New Zealand have cruised to victory over Pakistan in a World Cup warm-up match in Wellington.
Troubled rap mogul Suge Knight has allegedly killed a man with his car on a film set in Compton, Los Angeles, according to reports.
The Warriors have been stunned by the Canberra Raiders after a superb late comeback saw them lose 23-19 in the dying seconds.
Construction is beginning on a $40 million school in Hamilton which will follow a junior high school format catering for students aged from about 11-14.
While the Black Caps took on Pakistan today, Sir Richard Hadlee spent the day indulging in a bit of beach cricket.
Firefighters have been dampening down hotspots at the site of a large house fire on Auckland's North Shore.
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Norman's axe blow to Greens
"Now Russel Norman is gone there is a big danger that the Greens will go from the third major party back to minor party status."
Norman's axe blow to Greens
Two weeks before Christmas, lone gunman Man Haron Monis held 17 people hostage inside central Sydney's Lundt Café on Martin Place - an inquest is underway to determine what really happened.
Witherspoon and Dern certainly deserve their Oscar nominations for this, but it was the overall storytelling which left me emotionally spellbound.
Pop star Iggy Azalea became outraged over photos of her Steve Madden shoe collection that were obviously not fancy enough.
Predator star Jesse Ventura says Clint Eastwood's controversial American Sniper is about as authentic as Dirty Harry.
Lindsay Lohan is facing a possible jail term for counting meet-and-greets with fans as part of her community service work.
Hit TV show Downton Abbey is to end later this year after six series, according to a new report.
The Hurricanes dominated the first half and held on to beat the Crusaders 41-31 in a free-wheeling Super Rugby warmup match in Eketahuna.
Manny Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum reportedly is optimistic a mega-fight deal between the Filipino icon and Floyd Mayweather will be made in the next couple of days.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said it will be up to Richard Sherman to decide whether to miss the Super Bowl if his pregnant girlfriend goes into labor.
Former world No.1 Tiger Woods fired his worst score as a professional, an 11-over par 82, to miss the cut at the US PGA Phoenix Open.
Auckland will target the early scalps of Central Districts openers George Worker and Jamie How in the domestic one-day cricket championship on Sunday.
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