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David Cunliffe wants a full leadership vote and says he will fully back a new leader, should one be chosen.
Police have laid five new charges against a homeless man already facing murder charges in relation to a shooting at the Ashburton Work and Income office.
Bankrupt property developer Terry Serepisos has faced Wellington's Family Court over unpaid child support payments.
People on the Wairarapa Coast have been woken by two moderate jolts this morning.
A patient in a Perth hospital is being tested for Ebola after showing symptoms consistent with the deadly disease.
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A remorseful Aaron Cruden says he will accept any further punishment for his All Blacks flight no-show but has shed no light on the reason for his drunken gaffe.
Comedian John Oliver has given the National Party's legal battle with Eminem a humorous spin on American TV.
The SPCA says animal welfare complaints in Christchurch have almost doubled in the past year.
The Lion King stage musical has officially become the highest grossing entertainment production in any media in the world.
A man accused of stabbing an Auckland man to death as he ate takeaways in his car is applying for bail.
More than 70,000 people in Scotland have signed a petition demanding a recount of the independence referendum.
The 29 newly-elected MPs from this year's election will today be officially welcomed and given a tour of their new workplace in Parliament.
Thousands of Hong Kong students have begun a week-long boycott of classes in what activists say will become a wider campaign of civil disobedience against China.
The NPC is becoming a financial burden for the New Zealand Rugby once again despite attempts to improve the playing product.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has emerged as the frontrunner to portray whistleblower Edward Snowden in a new Oliver Stone movie.
Premiers the Sydney Roosters are battle-hardened after epic back-to-back NRL finals campaigns, says coach Trent Robinson.
The world has already used up two-thirds of its budget of carbon if it wants to keep global temperature rises below 2degC, according to new research.
A cyclist had a near miss in Russia when they were caught in a car vs truck collision.
Just 48 hours after New Zealand's general election, John Key sat down with John Campbell in Wellington after he was elected for another three years as Prime Minister.
When Campbell Live first visited Dunedin's worst student flat in August last year, the pictures shocked us and they shocked you.
It's quite likely that the Greens will again be the third-largest party in Parliament after the votes are counted tomorrow.
Here at Campbell Live, we couldn't wait for election night and took things into our own hands with lolly polls throughout the country.
A maiden top-10 finish in the WRC Rally Poland has left Kiwi driver Hayden Paddon hungry for more.
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Opinion: Why I don’t vote
"Until today I’ve always tried to keep my non-voting habits to myself. Because if there is one thing that truly raises heckles, it is the idea that people don’t vote."
Opinion: Why I don’t vote
A wrap of all the action from the election and a behind-the-scenes look at each political party’s functions.
Pink Floyd are dedicating The Endless River, their first new album in 20 years, to late keyboardist Richard Wright.
Spanish actor Antonio Banderas is planning to quit Hollywood following his split from Melanie Griffith and return to his native country to work on more European movie projects.
The world of high fashion remains convinced it can persuade style-conscious women across the world that nipples are the new cleavage.
After a stellar set at Laneway this year, Run The Jewels are returning to New Zealand, this time with Joey Bada$$.
Baltimore Ravens owner Stephen Bisciotti denied orchestrating a cover-up over the Ray Rice domestic violence case.
Banned duo Ben Te'o and Dylan Napa are expected to be named to return to NRL finals action when the teams for this weekend's preliminary finals are named.
Brendon McCullum is the talk of the cricketing world after some heroics in the field.
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