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Jurors will enter the third day of deliberations in the Mark Lundy double-murder case today.
As investigators carry out a post-mortem on a slain Christchurch prisoner, new figures show inmate deaths behind bars have dropped significantly.
A NZ man accused of smuggling drugs into Bali was sweating so much at customs that his jacket was soaking wet, the officer who X-rayed his bag has told his trial.
Tobacco health researchers have dismissed the industry's claims sharp price increases would lead to black market tobacco flooding across NZ's borders.
Nigerian opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari's campaign says President Goodluck Jonathan has called to concede defeat.
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A brilliant display of humanity has been caught on video after a woman in China was trapped under a car.
A new-look All Whites side conceded a goal in the dying minutes as they fell to a 1-0 defeat to South Korea in Seoul.
An E-FIT computer, normally used to draw pictures of wanted criminals, has been used to create images of "the most beautiful man and woman in the world".
British singer Lily Allen fears Jay Z's new music streaming app Tidal could backfire and prompt fans to return to illegal downloads.
An Australian tourist's smartphone has helped her recover her stolen gear as well the passports and belongings of four German tourists about to leave the country.
Lufthansa says the co-pilot of the crashed Germanwings jet had informed the airline in 2009 that he had previously suffered from severe depression.
Within weeks of a NZ woman starting a relationship with a Christian hip-hop producer in Sydney, her seven-year-old son was allegedly being punished.
A US congressional panel investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks has called for Hillary Clinton to testify by May 1.
Charles Piutau will join the exodus of All Blacks leaving New Zealand after the Rugby World Cup, signing with Irish club Ulster.
Russell Brand has courted controversy by suggesting a recent plane crash in the French Alps was caused by a "mental illness plague" linked to capitalist culture.
Birmingham Bears have pulled off a major coup for the English Twenty20 domestic league by signing New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum.
Millions who love, or love to hate Justin Bieber, have tuned in to watch the young pop star being humiliated on Comedy Central.
International donors have pledged NZ$5.06b to help the people of war-torn Syria.
The little round balls of fluff soon grow up to be much-loved pets, but where do these animals come from?
Benton Parata never regained consciousness from a savage attack by other inmates inside Christchurch Prison.
Wellington's new eye-catching air traffic control tower is a celebration of the windy city's creativity.
Fans welcomed home the Black Caps with claps and cheers today at Auckland Airport after their efforts in the Cricket World Cup final in Melbourne.
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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Long Road to Freedom
"We first met Teina Pora in a car, parked in some side lane off Queen Street, in the rain."
Long Road to Freedom
A raft of changes to entitlements ranging from national super to paid parental leave are in force.
Martin Freeman has signed up to star in a short film about tragic Small Faces frontman Steve Marriott.
A clubber who hurled a glass at LMFAO star Redfoo on a night out in Sydney, Australia last year has pleaded guilty to assault.
Paul McCartney likes that Kanye West is so outspoken, even if that means he sometimes uses a rather offensive word.
Ethan Hawke is glad he missed out on an Oscar this year and he now aims to beat the record of late actor Peter O'Toole, who was nominated eight times and never won.
Dan Carter will miss the Crusaders' Super Rugby game against the Sharks in Durban after returning to New Zealand to attend the birth of his second child.
New Zealand baseball pitcher John Holdzkom has been sent to the minor leagues by the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Perhaps the most recognisable pair of spectacles in world cricket, outside those of Clive Lloyd, have finally been put on the bedside table.
Sharks centre Francois Steyn has been banned for five weeks after SANZAR flipped the decision on punishment for his red card.
Warriors chairman Bill Wavish is urging fans to lobby the Auckland Council over the on-going Mt Smart Stadium saga.
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