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The Australian Prime Minister has just landed in New Zealand, and the timing is tricky as pressure is building back home for him to be rolled.
Prime Minister John Key believes that now New Zealand has committed troops to the fight against Islamic State, we could be next to receive a message from the man known as 'Jihadi John'.
Crowds which descend on Eden Park for the Cricket World Cup match tomorrow will see extra measures in place to stop the spread of the Queensland fruit fly.
It's been another grim day on the South Island's roads for foreign drivers, after a car full of Chinese tourists plunged off a bank into the Whataroa River.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has confirmed he will contest the Northland by-election, and National says it will be his "greatest hits" tour.
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One of the most talked-about dresses from this year's Academy Awards has been reported stolen.
Ending his cricketing career where he started it as a boy, Martin Crowe cautiously made his way out for probably his final innings - in a place very special to his heart.
Precinct Properties has been in the news lately, after announcing an annual profit of $31.6 million and an ambitious 36-level building project in downtown Auckland.
In a low-speed chase through the streets of Phoenix, Arizona, a helicopter has filmed two escaped llamas as they time and time-again outwitted their would-be captors.
The identities of a man and woman found dead at a house in Whangarei have been released.
A forensic scientist has told the Mark Lundy retrial he had concerns police or forensic staff had spread drops of blood through the crime scene.
Auckland's tourism body says this weekend the city has the most on offer since the Rugby World Cup, even if you can't stand cricket.
Scientists working for a decade to find an effective treatment for Ebola may finally be onto something - a Chinese herb which appears to stop Ebola from infecting mice.
AB de Villiers led the way for South Africa with a display of brutal late hitting that helped lifted the Proteas to a massive 257-run win over West Indies.
Pop singer Anastacia has cancelled her upcoming concerts in New Zealand due to "logistical reasons".
The Highlanders have seen off the Reds in a scrappy Super Rugby contest in Dunedin.
One hundred years ago, Herb Christophers' grandfather and three great-uncles sailed to far-off places to fight a war they would never return home from.
A new study by scientists at Oxford University shows depression is responsible for 46,000 violent crimes in Britain a year, including murder, sexual assault and robbery.
Herbert Christophers and his wife left Auckland on a two-month cruise to Gallipoli to visit the resting place of his great-uncle.
Tourism Holdings Limited's rigorous check-in process includes a road safety video as well as a personalised driving test.
Barker spoke exclusively to John Campbell about how he learnt of his position within Team NZ and how he is "absolutely gutted" with the way he's been treated.
Campbell Live played a round of Who Wants to be a Northland MP with Winston Peters.
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: Team NZ in need of resolution
""Despite Peter Burling's obvious talent, there's no doubt he could do with a mentor like Barker as he navigates the treacherous waters of the America's Cup.""
Opinion: Team NZ in need of resolution
Who is the 24-year-old replacing Dean Barker as Team New Zealand skipper?
The tree that featured in the cover art of U2's 1987 album The Joshua Tree has lost a limb following an act of vandalism.
Robert De Niro has been hit with a US$6.4 million tax lien.
Director and funnyman Seth MacFarlane has been dragged into a bizarre new lawsuit over a talking bottle opener.
Comedian Bill Cosby insists the sexual abuse scandal he's going through will not bring his ongoing stand-up tour to a premature end.
Australian rocker Daniel Johns has been fined and banned from the road after pleading guilty to a drink driving charge.
Black Caps captain Brendon McCullum took his mind off tomorrow's highly-anticipated clash with Australia by jumping in the ring with a boxer who has never lost a professional fight.
She was well below her best but Lydia Ko still found herself within striking distance of the lead after the first round of the New Zealand Women's Open in Christchurch.
Nick Willis has never won a World Championship medal, but he aims to remedy that this year.
Journeyman Nick Ward will be Western Sydney's newest recruit, with the A-League club also adding former Socceroo Hayden Foxe to their coaching staff.
A colt owned by a Manchurian businessman based in Inner Mongolia and a royally bred Kiwi filly are among the favourites for tomorrow's Derby.
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