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A Toyota Corolla has become a vehicle of interest for officers searching for 15-year-old LA Tukerangi, who has allegedly been kidnapped.
Prices have slumped for the 10th consecutive time at this morning's GlobalDairyTrade auction, with the average price falling by 9.3pct.
The Govt is being accused of wasting millions of dollars on a farm in Saudi Arabia and making an unjustified payment to the man who owns it.
Justice Minister Amy Adams is about to launch a discussion paper proposing a shake-up of domestic violence laws.
Technical experts in France are to begin examining whether a washed-up plane part belonged to missing flight MH370.
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Openers Martin Guptill and Tom Latham both struck centuries as New Zealand crushed Zimbabwe by 10 wickets.
People moved by the killing of Zimbabwe's beloved lion Cecil have donated more than $1.3M in his memory towards lion conservation.
Thousands of tradies will be out of a job when the Canterbury construction boom grinds to a halt, a leading economist warns.
An Australian groom is in trouble not just with his bride, but also police, for doing a runner after getting married.
Thousands of Cook Islanders are expected to turn out to celebrate 50 years of self-government in free association with NZ.
Floods from days of torrential rain have claimed at least 180 lives in India with one million people sheltering in relief camps, officials say.
An under-fire US hunter who posted photos of herself with a dead giraffe says just because she killed it, doesn't mean she didn't respect it.
Southeast Asian diplomats say China's controversial island-building drive is raising regional tensions, with the Philippines slamming its "unilateral and aggressive activities".
The Wallabies are not giving much away in the lead up to the Rugby Championship decider on Saturday. It adds to the intrigue for the All Blacks, who are already wary of what they will face on, and off, the field.
Pop star Miley Cyrus has posted photos online of a wild party with NZ-raised girlfriend Stella Maxwell.
Ahead of their clash with the Dragons in Wellington, the Warriors are still confident of making the top eight.
More than 2000 people have died so far this year trying to make the perilous journey across the Mediterranean to Europe, the International Organisation for Migration says.
Technology to drain heat-trapping carbon dioxide from the atmosphere may slow global warming, but will not reverse climate damage to the ocean on any meaningful timescale, according to published research.
A man in West Yorkshire, UK called 999 in order to report his cat to the police as it had eaten his bacon.
An accused criminal in Florida has tried to chew his own fingerprints off in an attempt to avoid identification by the police.
Golfers all hope to go out and get a birdie on the golf course, but not of this kind.
Ben Stiller is back as Derek Zoolander, the world's greatest male model, in Zoolander 2.
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
Prime Minister John Key has arrived in Rarotonga, where he's held talks with the Cook Islands Prime Minister Henry Puna.
Beloved British entertainer Cilla Black died of a stroke after suffering a fall at her home in Spain, according to her grieving sons.
A man and a woman were killed in a shooting at rapper Drake's afterparty in Toronto, Canada in the early hours of Tuesday morning (local time).
Jessica Alba has spoken out to defend her lifestyle company following a raft of complaints over the effectiveness of a sunscreen product.
Outspoken pop star Morrissey has reignited his war-of-words with US TV host Jimmy Kimmel, branding him a "hypocrite" for becoming emotional over the controversial death of Cecil the lion.
Original AC/DC frontman has revealed he is in talks to publish a book lifting the lid on his experiences with AC/DC, insisting fans need to know the full story of the group's history.
Incumbent Wallabies first five-eighth Bernard Foley is keen to tap the vast rugby knowledge of Matt Giteau.
New Zealand's Lauren Boyle qualified comfortably for her second final on day two of the world championships in Russia.
Argentina have dropped eight starters from the recent hammering by Australia for a 2015 Rugby Championship Test against South Africa in Durban.
Gold Coast's NRL losing streak has come to an end with a 24-14 victory over Parramatta on Monday night.
South Africa skipper and centre Jean de Villiers and star halfback Fourie du Preez could start against Argentina this weekend after long injury lay-offs.
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