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Roads have been blanketed by snow across the country as a southern blast hits New Zealand.
Teina Pora says he wants an apology more than compensation, but the Prime Minister isn't convinced.
Parliament's failure to debate legalise assisted suicide makes it more likely the courts will have to make a call on it, according to one law expert.
The Islamic State group has executed at least 217 people, including children and their parents, in and around the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra.
Australia's PM says he won't be calling for a referendum same-sex marriage despite Ireland's historic vote to approve it.
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A misguided seal has found its way onto an Auckland footpath.
In his first-ever TV interview, Teina Pora has demanded an apology from the police for the way they managed his case, and thanked those who fought for him while in prison.
British comedian Russell Brand has announced he'll return to NZ with his new show later this year.
Alastair Cook's 27th century and the fastest ever at Lord's from Ben Stokes transformed the first Test as England went from a position of peril to one of dominance over New Zealand.
Prime Minister John Key says protesters who clashed with police and broadcaster Paul Henry last week are "idiots" undermining their cause.
The kidnapped son of Pakistan's former PM Yousaf Raza Gilani has called his father after 2 years in captivity.
NZ may end up with hundreds fewer doctors if student loan rules are not changed, a student association says.
Thousands of panic-stricken villagers have fled homes fearing flash floods after a landslide blocked a river in quake-hit Nepal's mountainous northwest.
Kiwi driver Scott Dixon has finished fourth at the Indianapolis 500.
Rockers Led Zeppelin have fired back at a lawsuit accusing them of copying elements of a Spirit song for their classic hit 'Stairway to Heaven'.
Hull City have been relegated from the Premier League after drawing 0-0 at home to Manchester United on a final day marked by high scores and high-profile departures.
The remains of a Maori child taken from a burial cave more than 100 years ago is being welcomed back to NZ.
Russell Crowe has been left "stunned" by the death of A Beautiful Mind mathematician John Nash.
The Department of Internal Affairs has confirmed it is investigating Gloriavale's charity status.
Anna Burns-Francis takes a look at whether there is any evidence to back up the theory that foreign investors are buying up Auckland property.
Two years ago our Campbell Live caravan saw people at the end of their tether and who were close to breaking down - so how are those fellow New Zealanders now?
The Westland District Council has sent out letters telling ratepayers that they plan to hike rates up by as much as 100 percent this year.
Porirua Mayor Nick Leggett shared the video thinking it was a bit of fun, but then changed his mind and called police.
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Teina Pora: A free man
"We'd known from the first time we met Teina Pora that when we finally got the chance to interview him on camera, he would be captivating. "
Teina Pora: A free man
Key points from the trial of the 28-year-old found guilty of raping and murdering Blessie Gotingco.
Movie veteran Omar Sharif has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, according to his son.
Sam Smith, Sir Ian McKellen, Lady Gaga and Neil Patrick Harris have taken to social media to congratulate Ireland.
Former Black Sabbath star Bill Ward fears the band's reunion will continue and end without his input.
Sharon Osbourne is taking a month off from her co-hosting duties on US chat show The Talk after collapsing from exhaustion on Friday night.
'Heartbeat Song' was already hitting radio stations when fans noticed the similarities between the tune and Jimmy Eat World's hit 'The Middle'.
Black Caps seamer Mitchell McClenaghan produced a telling performance as his Mumbai Indians clinched their second Indian Premier League crown.
West Ham United are looking for a new manager after deciding not to renew the contract of Sam Allardyce.
Roger Federer blasted French Open organisers after a fan breached security to grab a 'selfie' on court with the Swiss great.
Nico Rosberg has taken full advantage of one of Formula One's greatest ever tactical errors to land an unexpected victory at the Monaco Grand Prix.
New Zealand driver Hayden Paddon has finished Rally Portugal in solid fashion and is promising better for the remainder of his World Rally Championship campaign.
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