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Apia, give yourself a massive pat on the back, you've presented yourselves perfectly during a visit that has a lot of the All Blacks team management a bit nervous.
Labour has figures which show it takes 50 years to pay off a mortgage in Auckland - the median house price is 10 times the median household income.
New Zealand will aim to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to 30 percent below 2005 levels by 2050, the Government has confirmed.
A toddler is in a stable condition in Waikato Hospital after being attacked by a pitbull mastiff cross.
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued by MetService for the upper North Island.
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Police arrested aspiring politician Curwen Rolinson on April 15, and he since appeared in court charged with possession of cannabis for supply.
An opportunity to gather the girls, throw back a few wines and let Channing and his men indulge your cinematic fantasies.
Pebbles Hooper has resigned from her role as the co-editor of New Zealand Herald Weekend gossip column Spy.
An injury scare has put Konrad Hurrell in doubt for Sunday's NRL clash with the Melbourne Storm at Mt Smart.
Police are appealing to the public for any information that might help locate Shannon Hoani Martin.
A truck driver had a lucky escape after crashing into a power pole in South Auckland this morning.
Civil war has ravaged Syria for the past four years and is creeping closer to the tourist town of Lattakia.
Ever wondered why some people don't seem to age while others are wizened well beyond their years?
Australian Olympic legend Dawn Fraser has been branded racist over comments she made about tennis player Nick Kyrgios.
Shane Cameron and Ben Barrington are the two latest celebrities to leave Dancing With the Stars following Sunday's 80’s-themed show.
Warriors playmaker Shaun Johnson is looking to make the most of his blossoming halves partnership with Chad Townsend while he still can.
Nearly 50 percent of all interactions between the public and Government agencies are done online - an increase of nearly a third since 2012.
Donald Trump is angry Miss Universe Paulina Vega won't give up her crown after condemning his anti-Mexican rant.
In what may appear to be a slightly self-defeating protest, a Rotorua man is going on hunger strike because ACC won't fund his weight-loss surgery.
New Zealand is the first country to power vehicles with commercial biofuel made from the by-product of beer – an initiative by DB Export that kicked off in Auckland today.
Sneak peek at how AC/DC are performing on their current tour before they play Auckland in December.
The decisive moment in arguably the greatest ever Super Rugby final has split opinion in the rugby public.
The wheels on a Wellington bus went round and round, and then one came loose during the rush hour morning commute today.
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The parade to rule them all
"Apia, give yourself a massive pat on the back, you've presented yourselves perfectly during a visit that has a lot of the All Blacks team management a bit nervous."
The parade to rule them all
If you drive a Honda Torneo you have the highest risk of it being stolen, after it topped AA Insurance's list of top 10 stolen cars in New Zealand for the fourth consecutive year.
Jai Courtney talks Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke the script and weapons of Terminator Genisys.
Elvis Presley producer, film and TV mogul Jerry Weintraub has died, aged 77.
2K has unveiled the cover for this year's iteration of the WWE 2K series, which features famed wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Kourtney Kardashian has reportedly parted ways with her longtime boyfriend Scott Disick.
Caitlyn Jenner is hoping to shine a light on many issues the transgender community faces in a new editorial series for WhoSay.com.
Rory McIlroy could miss the defence of his British Open crown after announcing on his Twitter account Monday that he had ruptured a ligament in his left ankle.
Andy Murray has slayed Croatian giant Ivo Karlovic to make the Wimbledon quarter-finals, while French Open champion Stan Wawrinka also advanced.
Towering lock Dominic Bird has turned his back on the Crusaders to sign a two-year deal with the Chiefs.
An attempt by England's governing Football Association to tweet its praise for their bronze medal-winning team at the Women's World Cup backfired.
Newcastle have secured their best halfback since Andrew Johns's retirement after Trent Hodkinson signed a three-year deal with the Knights.
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