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A series of stabbings in a suburban street in Wellington overnight has left one person dead and four others injured.
The New Zealand dollar has fallen after a worse than expected Global Dairy Trade auction, which has seen dairy prices fall for the eighth time in a row.
A Waikato high school is in damage control after an email about a family violence case was sent to students instead of a teacher.
Police tasered a man holding a rifle at the height of a clash among residents in a west Auckland suburb last night.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has vowed to push ahead with a controversial bailout referendum despite pressure from European leaders.
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Zoo animals in the Netherlands have been treated to cold showers and iced fruit as a blistering heatwave moves across Europe.
New photos of the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko have revealed sinkholes hundreds of metres deep that scientists say can't have been created by impacts.
Saturday night's Super Rugby final will come down to some key head-to-head clashes and here's how I see them playing out.
Nicholas Winton, a Briton who saved hundreds of Jewish children in Prague from the Nazis in the run-up to World War II, has died at the age of 106.
A Nelson teenager who had been approved a one-off use of marijuana extract for medical treatment has died.
3 News takes a look at people who have been caught smuggling drugs.
Research conducted by Colliers Real Estate suggests the supply of inner-city apartments doesn't meet the demand.
Liberia says a teenager who died of Ebola fever has spread the virus to at least two more people.
New Zealand striker Chris Wood is aiming high with his new club in English football after leaving Leicester City.
Pete Townshend is "sleeping" his way through The Who's gruelling farewell tour as it is so easy for him after 50 years of performing onstage.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic has set up a third-round Wimbledon showdown with Bernard Tomic.
We all got a little bonus on our lunch hour today – an extra second.
Auckland Council's costumed "Green Man" character aimed at promoting road safety has been labelled "patronising and creepy" by a group of ratepayers.
Hold onto your mutts: A pair of Texas-based filmmakers has recreated the Jurassic World trailer replacing dinosaurs, with dachshunds.
When your car makes a hissing sound, it probably means there's something wrong with it but it wasn't the problem what a man in Singapore thought it was.
Dunedin illustrator Mark Leggett's Twitter account has amused Seth MacFarlane so much he wants him to write for Family Guy.
The new All Blacks jersey has paid tribute to the legendary Originals team with a new pattern across the shoulders and chest.
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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Homelessness in New Zealand
"A cap on the ground, hungry for a dollar. A tattered blanket, fighting a losing battle with the cold. Every time I see that a little bit inside me dies. "
Homelessness in New Zealand
With Greece yesterday defaulting on an International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan, serious questions are being asked about the country’s future.
Fashion designer Marc Jacobs suffered an embarrassing social media blunder on Tuesday when he posted a nude 'selfie' to his public Instagram page.
Jim Carrey has taken to social media to vent his anger over a new law introduced in California making vaccinations mandatory for schoolchildren.
Journey drummer Deen Castronovo was denied bail on a rape charge on Tuesday after prosecutors told the court he poses a threat to the alleged victim.
Kim Kardashian urged US lawmakers to crack down on gun control during a visit to the prestigious Commonwealth Club of California on Tuesday night.
The All Whites' preparations for the start of their World Cup football qualifying campaign will include a friendly against Myanmar.
Former Northern Mystic Julie Corletto will retire from netball following the Australian Diamonds campaign at the World Cup in August.
Chiefs outside back Tim Nanai-Williams is one of two uncapped players included in the Samoan squad of 27 named ahead of the historic Test against the All Blacks in Apia next week.
Carli Lloyd and Kelley O'Hara both scored in the second half to put the United States into the Women's World Cup final with a 2-0 victory over top-ranked Germany.
Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox will contest his first major tournament after qualifying for the British Open.
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