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He's only in NZ for 24 hours, but Australia's Prime Minister is expected to discuss Iraq, mark the Anzac centenary and take in some cricket.
The Maori Party will not be putting forward a candidate for the upcoming Northland by-election, president Naida Glavish has announced.
A man believed to be in his 30s was found dead at a shopping arcade in Whangarei early this morning.
"Jihadi John", the IS militant apparently responsible for the beheading of western hostages, has been named.
A van has caught fire at Westfield West City in Henderson, and emergency services are on the scene.
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Precinct Properties has been in the news lately, after announcing an annual profit of $31.6 million and an ambitious 36-level building project in downtown Auckland.
In a low-speed chase through the streets of Phoenix, Arizona, a helicopter has filmed two escaped llamas as they time and time-again outwitted their would-be captors.
Team New Zealand manager Grant Dalton says comments Dean Barker made on Campbell Live last night are "regrettable", but he's not shutting the door on the syndicate's former skipper.
The paper, once on the edge of bankruptcy, has had a morbid turn of fortune: a huge rise in sales, following last month's terror attack.
Scientists working for a decade to find an effective treatment for Ebola may finally be onto something - a Chinese herb which appears to stop Ebola from infecting mice.
Prime Minister John Key says he'll change the law to prevent MPs from getting an automatic pay increase every year that's come under fire.
BBC star Jimmy Savile abused 60 patients, staff and visitors at a hospital he raised money for, investigators say.
The death toll from a series of avalanches triggered by heavy snowfall in Afghanistan has risen above 200.
Daniel Vettori believes Australia are wasting their time looking for a weakness in Brendon McCullum's game.
Pop singer Anastacia has cancelled her upcoming concerts in New Zealand due to "logistical reasons".
Team New Zealand's new helmsman Peter Burling says he's stoked with his new role, and "the best people are going to do the best jobs".
One hundred years ago, Herb Christophers' grandfather and three great-uncles sailed to far-off places to fight a war they would never return home from.
A new study by scientists at Oxford University shows depression is responsible for 46,000 violent crimes in Britain a year, including murder, sexual assault and robbery.
Barker spoke exclusively to John Campbell about how he learnt of his position within Team NZ and how he is "absolutely gutted" with the way he's been treated.
A 67-year-old who survived a head-on collision with a tourist who was driving on the wrong side of the road is calling a driving education law change.
The locals of Southshore wanted to say thanks to a man who helped residents flick on a switch, flush of a loo and turn on a tap during the February earthquake.
Born and bred in New Zealand, Nutmeg the mammoth donkey is now heading to the The Guinness Book of World Records.
A Hamilton couple who confiscated the keys of an out-of-control foreign driver have captured the incident on camera.
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Opinion: Team NZ in need of resolution
""Despite Peter Burling's obvious talent, there's no doubt he could do with a mentor like Barker as he navigates the treacherous waters of the America's Cup.""
Opinion: Team NZ in need of resolution
Who is the 24-year-old replacing Dean Barker as Team New Zealand skipper?
Australian rocker Daniel Johns has been fined and banned from the road after pleading guilty to a drink driving charge.
Sean Penn returned to acting after having to "dig" in his pockets.
Bosses at UK network ITV have defended their decision to censor the majority of Kanye West's BRIT Awards performance on Wednesday night due to his explicit lyrics.
The Kardashians have reportedly signed a $100 million deal with E!.
Music mogul Simon Cowell has given the stars of One Direction the green light to work on solo projects away from the group.
A look at how this weekend's Super Rugby clashes shape up.
Fernando Alonso should be ready to race at the opening Grand Prix of the season in Australia despite spending three nights in hospital.
Sri Lanka's team manager has cheekily suggested having England as their next opponents will offset a tough cricket World Cup schedule.
A barnstorming third quarter has set up the Breakers for a mammoth 111-82 win in their ANBL semi-final against the Adelaide 36ers in Auckland.
World Cup debutants Afghanistan have made hard work of a famous win beating Scotland by one-wicket at University Oval in Dunedin.
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