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Former Auckland Heart of the City boss Alex Swney has pleaded guilty to a new charge of defrauding the organisation of $2.5 million.
An inquest into the double-murder suicide that devastated a Dunedin community last year is due to kick off today.
China, New Zealand's biggest trading partner, has raised concerns about allegations of a plot to spy on the Chinese Consulate in Auckland.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has pleaded guilty to threatening to kill and drugs charges.
Police in the UK are holding a boy in relation to an alleged Australian Anzac Day terror plot.
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The 'Digger' myth has nothing at all to do with Gallipoli, but everything to do with New Zealand.
Actor Sam Neill visited his grandfather's grave for the first time as part of a documentary about troops from Australia and New Zealand.
A Kiwi who's in Gallipoli to remember his great-grandfather may have made a discovery that's the Anzac equivalent of finding Tutankhamun's tomb.
A west Auckland boy missing since last week has been located safe and well at a Mt Roskill address.
Cars will soon be banned from the summit of Auckland's Mt Eden, with disabled people and elderly allowed in through hi-tech gates.
Prime Minister John Key's insistence that Auckland's housing market is not overvalued is drawing scathing criticism from Labour.
Groups opposed to voluntary suicide say a terminally ill Wellington lawyer's bid to legally end her own life sets a dangerous precedent.
Aaron Cruden's holding out some hope that he may be part of the All Blacks World Cup effort in the UK at the end of the year.
Nia Vardalos has confirmed the entire cast of her 2002 cult favourite will be returning for a planned sequel.
When Prince William and his wife Kate emerge from hospital cradling Britain's new royal baby for the cameras, the picture will be on the front of newspapers worldwide.
Kumara, a South American native that became a Kiwi favourite, has been naturally genetically modified with bacterial DNA, researchers have found.
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A truck crash that caused a major cream spill on the Takaka Hill near Golden Bay has seen the nearby river run white with milk.
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Gallipoli: End of the 'Digger' myth
"The 'Digger' myth has nothing at all to do with Gallipoli, but everything to do with New Zealand."
Gallipoli: End of the 'Digger' myth
Cars could be banned permanently from the summit of Auckland's Mt Eden, with Tupuna Maunga o Tamaki Makaurau Authority holding a vote today.
Kanye West thinks it's ridiculous that celebrities are "pinpointed" as Illuminati members.
Rita Ora is to remain part of the Fifty Shades franchise as leaked emails show execs are keen for her to appear in the sequels.
Metallica are dealing with a major setback after guitarist Kirk Hammett lost a phone containing the bulk of his ideas for their new album.
Hollywood couple Ariana Grande and Big Sean have put an end to their romance.
Black Caps' World Cup star Martin Guptill has had a County Cricket debut to forget after going for a duck.
Michael Hendry's world ranking has rocketed 162 places, injecting a boost to the New Zealand golfer's Olympic Games aspirations.
In some of the most testing conditions imaginable Cronulla have scored an upset 18-10 NRL win over South Sydney at Remondis Stadium.
Pep Guardiola insists he will remain Bayern Munich's coach next season amidst reports he is set to take over at Manchester City.
Australian cricket great Steve Waugh has told England to forget about an international recall for Kevin Pietersen.
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