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The Prime Minister has been forced to change his campaign schedule after being swarmed by protesters at a Rotorua mall.
At least seven people have been injured following a four-car crash in North Canterbury.
Disgraced jockey David Walker has been banned from competitive horse racing for seven years after being found guilty of race-fixing.
Last month was the hottest August on record for global average temperatures over land and ocean surfaces.
In counting centres, jam-packed pubs and living rooms across Scotland, voters are nervously waiting for the results of their vote.
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There are likely to be more raids not just in Australia, but in parts of Europe too, says international law expert Alexander Gillespie.
At a mock election at St Peter's College in Auckland yesterday, students ticked a resounding 'yes' to democracy by practising their right to vote ahead of tomorrow's vote.
American Football's image is in free-fall with Arizona running back Jonathan Dwyer the latest NFL player to face charges over domestic abuse.
Long-time Lorde admirer David Farrier and a non-fan friend went along to her new live show in Toronto. Here's what they thought.
National's Jami-Lee Ross says there are "rumours swirling" about why Colin Craig's press secretary resigned in mysterious circumstances.
The world's whaling watchdog has agreed to toughen scrutiny of Japan's Antarctic hunts, but rejected a bid to expand protection in the South Atlantic.
A man who allegedly poured a chemical on a rack of clothing outside a store in Richmond near Nelson, sparking a decontamination alert, is to appear in court.
The Islamic State group has released a video of a British freelance photojournalist, John Cantlie, in which he says he is being held captive.
The Silver Ferns squad for the upcoming international netball season features two new caps and a recall for Grace Rasmussen and Bailey Mes.
Kate Rodger reviews two of this week's new releases, Michael Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Indian film The Lunchbox.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews voted to allow women members for the first time in its 260-year history.
The Italian army is set to take part in a project to produce cannabis derivative drugs for pain relief.
We're ranked just 15th in the OECD when it comes to voter turnout, and it's getting worse.
At the Corelli School of Music in Auckland's Browns Bay tonight, the Conservative Party had their very last meeting until the election.
What will Scotland do? By this time tomorrow, the world will know. Will it become an independent country, or will it remain part of the United Kingdom?
There are some people who never really stop talking about Christmas - in fact, Carl and Maureen Steward and their 5,000 Christmas lights are obsessed.
John Campbell asked Glenn Greenwald and John Key whether spies are tapping into the Southern Cross cable.
Opinion: F-words dominate Fiji elections
"Two f-words have been used a lot this week, rather aptly by Frank in Fiji. Free and fair. Frank Bainimarama promised the elections would be both.
Opinion: F-words dominate Fiji elections
Explore this infographic of key policy areas to read a summary of each party's election priorities.
Liam Neeson is hoping his pal Dan Stevens can pull strings to land him a role as a stableman in Downton Abbey.
Destiny excels as a great co-op, sci-fi shooter with RPG elements and despite not fulfilling its enormous potential, I love it.
Adam Lambert has returned to the American Idol auditions to fill in for judge Keith Urban as he comforts his wife Nicole Kidman following the death of her father.
Guided By Voices have split a decade after frontman Robert Pollard and his bandmates first decided to go their separate ways.
A closer look at this weekend's sudden-death NRL Finals games.
The Australian Rugby Union is attempting to lure the British and Irish Lions back Down Under for a money-spinning kick-off to their 2017 tour of New Zealand.
Today marks just one year until the Rugby World Cup 2015 kicks off in England and Sir Graham Henry says it will be an "Everest" for the All Black's to win again.
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