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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.
A 14-year-old who stabbed an Auckland dairy owner to death is due to find out what penalty he will face.
Nearly 450 state housing tenants want to be moved because of health concerns, figures from Housing New Zealand reveal.
A 29-year-old motorcyclist has died after a crash on Castle Cliff beach at about 5pm yesterday.
Uninsured homeowners in Christchurch's red zone have just had a Government offer of full compensation for their land, but they're still not happy.
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As the global drone industry soars to great heights, Kiwi firms are taking advantage, and one area they've got their sights set on is Hollywood.
Athletes headed to the Rio Olympics next year to compete on the water will be racing in "basically raw sewage" according to a recent investigation.
New Zealand's 'rich list' has been released, with Graeme Hart once again weighing in as the country's wealthiest person.
Caitlyn Jenner has shared her condolences after two transgender women were murdered.
Jetstar is expanding its New Zealand network, adding a Wellington to Dunedin flight starting in October.
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.
Enough new homes have been consented in New Zealand over the past six months to cover Wellington Airport twice over, new statistics show.
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.
Bay of Plenty hooker Nathan Harris isn't giving up on his dream of playing in this year's Rugby World Cup.
A beautiful, deeply moving tale of injustice, stolen freedom and youthful rebellion, Mustang is brilliant.
Gold Coast have signed former player Nathan Friend on a one-year deal from the Warriors.
Bangladesh and India will this week finally swap tiny islands of land, ending one of the world's most difficult border disputes.
It might seem obvious, but scientists have now proved once-and-for-all that texting while walking slows you down.
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.
Malaysia has sent a team to verify whether plane debris washed up on an Indian Ocean island could be part of missing flight MH370.
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.
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
A timeline of Tony Robertson's criminal history, starting in 2003, when he was 16 years old.
Cara Delevingne has responded to criticism of her interview with breakfast talk show Good Day Sacramento, after a video of the "the most awkward interview ever" went viral.
Actor Chris Pine is said to have been cast as Steve Trevor, a US military intelligence officer who has to be saved by the titular Amazonian warrior, played by Gadot.
Law & Order director Jace Alexander was taken into custody in New York on Wednesday on felony child pornography charges.
Garth Brooks is back on top as the highest-paid country singer in the music industry, according to a new Forbes report.
The Warriors are toast for the season if you listen to the critics, especially those across the Tasman.
People are as excited now about the ITM Cup as they've ever been, according to New Zealand Rugby (NZR) general manager Neil Sorensen.
New York Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores couldn't hold back the tears as he believed he was traded in the middle of the game.
Hosts Croatia sunk a three-point shot on the final buzzer to trump New Zealand 70-68 in a thrilling basketball international in Slavonski Brod.
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