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The Prime Minister has slammed the latest dump of US intelligence documents leaked by whistle-blower Edward Snowden as stolen misinformation.
A 3 News political poll has found Winston Peters is on track to deliver National a shock defeat in the Northland by-election.
The families of the Bali Nine ringleaders facing execution are on their way to Indonesia to visit them one last time.
Convicted murderer Nikki Roper has told the Court of Appeal his trial was tainted by false evidence which remained unchallenged by his lawyer and a judge.
The officer who led the investigation into the Lundy murders has admitted police did not examine Christine Lundy's laptop computer.
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Joseph Parker has moved to 13-0 in his professional boxing career after beating Jason Pettaway by technical knockout in the fourth round.
The frontman for rock band System of a Down has launched an interactive art show in Auckland.
Teina Pora is planning to take part in a boxing match with a police officer within the next three months.
A United States stadium has unleashed what is possibly the next dessert phenomenon – the churro dog.
Foreign tourists will soon have to pass a test before they can hire a vehicle from one Queenstown rental car company.
A woman in South Africa has been charged with kidnapping a newborn girl 17 years ago and pretending she was her own baby.
A group of legal experts who volunteered their time on the Teina Pora case say they're now looking to help others who may have been wrongly convicted.
It's Prince William's final day in China, and there were some uncomfortable moments for him.
All Whites defender Winston Reid has signed a new six-year deal with West Ham United, keeping him at the club until the end of the 2021 season.
Australian singer Guy Sebastian will make history at the 60th annual Eurovision Song Contest in May.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have made the perfect start to defending their NRL crown, beating the Brisbane Broncos 36-6 at Suncorp Stadium.
They are getting down to business at the country's biggest kapa haka festival Te Matatini, with the first performers taking to the stage.
Furniture giant Ikea has unveiled a range of furniture items that can charge mobile phone devices.
A year on, as the world wonders what happened to Flight MH370, the family of victims of a Kiwi aviation mystery are still haunted almost four decades later.
John Campbell spoke with a reporter outside Kerobokan Prison, and asked him if there is any hope of a stay of execution for the Bali Nine ringleaders.
Teina Pora could be in line for compensation of around $2 million after his convictions for the rape and murder of Ms Burdett were quashed.
A British couple involved in a car crash caused by a foreigner have urged the PM to change the way tourists are driving on Kiwi roads.
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: Teina Pora retrial pointless
"It is pointless re-trying Teina Pora for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett, and the New Zealand Police know it."
Opinion: Teina Pora retrial pointless
New Zealand's top boxer Joseph Parker takes on unheralded American Jason Pettaway in South Auckland on Thursday night.
Madonna has dismissed ongoing reports suggesting she has converted to Judaism, insisting she has connections to all religions.
Leonardo DiCaprio has signed a deal to produce environmental documentaries for internet streaming service Netflix.
Welsh actor Luke Evans is attached to another big blockbuster after portraying The Hobbit's Bard on the big screen.
Bruce Willis is poised to make his Broadway debut in the stage adaptation of Stephen King's acclaimed novel Misery.
The Volvo Ocean Race crews are enjoying some well-earned rest before the fleet heads off on the fifth leg next weekend.
Tamim Iqbal scored 95 runs to lead Bangladesh to a six-wicket win over Scotland.
Chiefs coach Dave Rennie's found another rough diamond in the form of Bay of Plenty loose forward Johan Bardoul.
World champion double sculler Fiona Bourke has been selected to fill the vacant women's singles sculls berth in the New Zealand team for the world rowing champs.
Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick has signed a new deal to remain at the helm of the A-League club for another three years.
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