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The Labour leadership battle is turning to insults, as Team Cunliffe and Team Robertson square off.
Protesters against deep sea oil drilling have today marched through Auckland city opposing potential exploration by Norwegian oil giant Statoil.
Fallout continues from the Pike River disaster, with one of the Royal Commissioners touring the country outlining how the mine had "the worst of everything".
Tens of thousands of protesters in Hong Kong are defying demands to end occupation of the territory's financial district.
Police say the operation in three of the city's suburbs was not in response to any threat to public safety.
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Kiwi NBA star Steven Adams sported a new moustache at the Oklahoma City Thunder's media day, and explained the motivation behind it.
Tiny hamsters Madonna, Oreo and their three babies were rescued from a mobile home fire and treated with tiny oxygen masks.
Lorde has released her new single 'Yellow Flicker Beat', written for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.
Sam Ackerman and former Warrior Jerome Ropati discuss who will take out the premiership title this weekend.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has used his speech to the United Nations General Assembly to attack the UN Security Council for its failure to act in Iraq and Syria.
Rescuers have suspended their search for victims of an erupting volcano in Japan amid danger of toxic gas.
Favourable winds in the 1100s and 1200s meant Maori sailors didn't need the ability to sail upwind to get to New Zealand.
Big brother is now watching at Wellington train stations and authorities are making no apologies for it.
The All Blacks have arrived in South Africa ahead of Sunday's Test against the Springboks, talking down suggestions the game has lost some status.
It's a year since Lorde released her debut album, Pure Heroine, and what a year it's been.
Cathrine Latu is preparing herself to be the Silver Ferns go-to when they face Australia in two days' time.
Several Britons agreed to give up their eldest child in return for the use of free wifi, in an experiment highlighting the dangers of public internet.
Things are looking up for travellers heading to Europe next year, because it's never been cheaper to fly to the other side of the world.
Sadly many people these days believe it is impossible to break into Auckland's property market, but tonight, Campbell Live shared an example of a solution.
The two-bedroom settler's cottage in Grey Lynn is expected to fetch $1 million. If it even gets close to that price, that's outrageous.
South Auckland's Mangere Bridge is on the rise, dubbed the new Ponsonby, as house hunters expand their horizons.
As populations have grown, back yards have shrunk; housing has gone upwards and neighbours have got closer.
While the SPCA is commonly known for looking after domestic animals, they have made an exception.
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McKay Chat: Fekitoa stakes claim
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McKay Chat: Fekitoa stakes claim
Find out why kiwifruit growers are suing the Government.
Embattled actress Amanda Bynes is back behind bars after she was reportedly arrested on suspicion of DUI in Los Angeles.
Jane Fonda spoke about the sexual abuse her mother suffered as a child during The Rape Foundation's Annual Brunch.
Donald Trump has been lampooned on Twitter after being tricked into posting a picture of notorious British serial killers by a comedian.
Dropped All Blacks first five-eighth Aaron Cruden is expected to come off the bench when the Manawatu Turbos take on Hawke's Bay this weekend.
Jailbird Russell Packer has not been offered an NRL contract by Penrith, the club confirmed.
Code-hopper Sonny Bill Williams is poised to play his first game of rugby in two years just two days after joining his new province.
All Whites defender Ben Sigmund has called time on his international career to spend more time on with his family.
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