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Prime Minister John Key has been elected chairman of the International Democratic Union.
Cantabrians are warned to take care when gardening after 10 people have been diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease within the last month after being in contact with compost or potting mix.
Project plans set up by the Christchurch City Council to create a "master-planned community" near the Riccarton Racecourse called 'Champions' Mile' has moved a step forward.
More than 400 people are expected to protest against rape culture outside the Auckland High Court.
Employees beware: what feels like workplace bullying may in fact be entirely justified, according to one employment lawyer.
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Famed for the serene silence of its timeless nooks and crannies, Venice is about to get even quieter ... by banning noisy suitcases on wheels.
A so-called Japanese "black widow" suspected of killing numerous partners for money, was still on the hunt for a man when her fourth husband was poisoned.
The Rolling Stones have rolled into town with a massive stage set-up for the final concert of their 50th anniversary world tour.
Details of a luxury new $200 million hotel on Auckland's waterfront have today been unveiled by Prime Minister John Key and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Four armed men forced their way into a Waikato house, threatened to kill a woman and her young daughter and then one raped the mother.
Hamilton firefighters received calls about a scrub fire near a roundabout this evening, but found three burning marijuana bushes.
The SPCA is hoping a clear message has been sent to animal abusers after two men were jailed for torturing cats.
Fresh snowstorms struck the northeastern US, paralysing communities in a rare mid-autumn blizzard that killed eight people.
Richie McCaw's parents have made a late dash to Cardiff to watch their son captain the All Blacks for the 100th time in a Test.
It was Lorde's night at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards as she won six categories, including Album of the Year.
Reports are already emerging that Bermuda has edged out San Diego as host of the next America's Cup.
Six people have been arrested after a protest in Ferguson, ahead of a report from a grand jury on the killing of an unarmed black teenager.
Hackers have accessed household webcams, baby monitors and CCTV cameras with footage appearing online on a website in Russia, Britain's privacy watchdog warns.
The Government has launched an investigation into the practice of docking the pay of service station employees for drive-offs.
No one wants to have their pay docked, but in Vancouver, it was an action that cost a young man his life and prompted a law change.
The city is having a huge party to celebrate its birthday, but in one and half centuries of existence, what have been the highlights?
It's been revealed that a Masterton service station has been forcing it's staff to pay for losses when people drive off without paying.
A pod of orca whales gave the public of Picton a show yesterday as they swam slowly through the town's marina.
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Opinion: Unions rip off Labour leadership
"The unions have stolen Labour's leadership through a backdoor takeover, installing their man Andrew Little."
Opinion: Unions rip off Labour leadership
When and why is New Zealand getting new banknotes?
That's right Barden Bella fans, the trailer for Pitch Perfect 2 has hit the websphere.
Video interview with Lorde about what it was like to win six Tuis at the 49th Annual Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards last night.
The first trailer for the highly anticipated Game of Thrones release from Telltale Games features actors from the HBO show.
Catching Fire set such a very high bar, this first of the final two chapters doesn't have quite the same impact and intensity.
Fast & Furious star Michelle Rodriguez is taking a year off to properly mourn Paul Walker and overcome other recent heartaches.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko sits five shots astray of the leaders after the opening round of the LPGA's latest tour event in Florida.
Richie McCaw considered standing down as All Blacks captain after their 2007 World Cup failure, before realising it was time to man up.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has returned to his provocative best, questioning whether Wales truly believe they can topple his team in Cardiff.
The last America's Cup saw Oracle make one of the most remarkable comebacks in sporting history.
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