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Pike River families are determined to get the bodies of their loved ones out of the mine, following revelations it has been safe to enter for almost a year.
A teenage terrorism suspect shot dead in Melbourne greeted two officers with a handshake before stabbing them multiple times.
A North Shore woman who suffered a brain bleed after a random attack has undergone surgery.
Labour will bring in at least two independent experts to dissect what led to the party's disastrous election night defeat.
A US-led air attack in Syria targeted al-Qaeda's Khorasan group who were planning "major attacks" against the West.
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Leonardo DiCaprio has implored politicians and industry officials to seize the opportunity to "make history" by taking "decisive" action to save the planet.
The Queen apparently purred when British Prime Minister David Cameron told her Scotland was staying part of the UK.
The Royal New Zealand Air Force is praising its personnel after an international operation, which saw a whopping five-and-a-half tonnes of drugs seized from traffickers sailing the Arabian Sea.
A group of Kiwi theatre producers have the bright lights of New York in their sights as they prepare to launch a new festival there next year.
Lawyers for boys accused of killing Henderson dairy owner are seeking a trial delay.
A white tiger has attacked and killed a schoolboy who appeared to have jumped or fallen into its enclosure at the zoo in the Indian capital, witnesses say.
Young Kiwis appear to have given up on home ownership, with fewer applying for mortgages.
Pro-Russian rebels have declared they are withdrawing artillery from the eastern Ukraine front line.
Kieran Read says the All Blacks are preparing for a noisy crowd when they take on the Pumas in Argentina this weekend.
Vince Vaughn will join Colin Farrell for the second season of hit TV drama True Detective.
Northern Districts collapsed against the Hobart Hurricanes to suffer their first loss at the Champions League Twenty20 tournament.
iPhone and iPad owners are being warned not to fall for a hoax that claims Apple's new operating system allows them to be charged up in the microwave.
In the late 1980s, the personal computer made typewriters obsolete. Now a visiting US academic believes we're on the cusp of something much bigger.
Official Information Act (OIA) documents obtained by Campbell Live today reveal the Pike River Mine has been safe to enter for nearly a year now.
Hone Harawira says that he "didn't actually feel heartbroken" on Saturday night – he spent Sunday morning with his family watching movies, which he describes as one of the best things in life.
In the lead-up to the election, Campbell Live decided to do something a little different involving innocent bystanders and some sweet treats - the now famous lolly polls.
It wasn't a great night for the ACT Party on Saturday, with just one MP, David Seymour in Epsom, getting in to Parliament.
3 News iWitness Paul filmed cars slowly making their way along the waterfront.
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After collaborating on The Social Network and The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have once again teamed up with David Fincher.
"I was with Tina Fey the other day and I said we should do another Mean Girls, like an older version where they're all housewives and they're all cheating."
Chloe Grace Moretz has blamed pirates for ending the Kick-Ass film franchise, insisting there would have been a third movie if fans had bought tickets to see last year's sequel instead of downloading it illegally.
Stars JJ Fong, Perlina Lau and Ally Xue of Kiwi cult comedy web series Flat3 discuss its third and final season.
New Zealand allrounder Jesse Ryder has continued to impress taking a career-best 5-24 with the ball.
The Warriors have named Andrew Webster as the team's second assistant coach, following Tony Iro's appointment over the weekend.
The Wallabies have taken aim at South Africa's Victor Matfield as they deflected one accusation of set-piece trickery.
Coach Stacey Jones is sticking with an unchanged line-up for their NYC preliminary final against Parramatta.
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