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Former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns has been found not guilty of perjury.
Despite being cleared of perjury, Chris Cairns says his reputation has been "scorched".
Many Baby Boomers may be left homeless unless the government can do something to make housing more affordable for the elderly, the Salvation Army says.
Justice Minister Amy Adams has asked it to review the Search and Surveillance Act, the Property Relations Act and the Declaratory Judgments Act.
Follow the money and you'll find who is backing climate change deniers in the media, a new report suggests.
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3D Investigates went searching in Thailand to find out how, and who's to blame.
Oprah Winfrey has opened up about how her background in poverty inspired her to be generous in later life, in an interview with TV3's Hilary Barry tonight.
Christmas is looming, Santa's lists are underway and many parents will have begun trying to figure out what the most popular presents are.
Japan will dispatch a whaling fleet to the Antarctic after a one year suspension, defying international criticism and a UN legal ruling that the "research" expedition is a commercial hunt in disguise.
An elderly woman with worsening dementia was attacked and left bruised by a healthcare assistant while she was in hospital for specialist care.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has held closed-door talks with his US counterpart Barack Obama on the sidelines of a UN climate conference in France.
A Jerusalem court has convicted two Israeli minors of the kidnapping and burning alive of a Palestinian teenager in the run-up to last year's Gaza war, while a third defendant's mental state will be evaluated.
A fire near New Brighton in Christchurch has now been successfully contained.
Former All Black Eric Rush has delivered a hilarious and emotional speech at Jonah Lomu's Eden Park memorial, touching on a number of stories during their time playing together.
A former Malaysian diplomat set to go on trial for sexually assaulting a Wellington woman has made an 11th-hour guilty plea.
Kobe Bryant has announced he will retire from basketball at the end of this season.
Pope Francis, ending a three-nation African tour, is to visit a mosque in a besieged Muslim enclave in Central African Republic's capital.
Money man Tony Field takes us through the price of gold and how Adele is smashing records in the age of declining music sales.
The Ministry of Primary Industries says it had been investigating shocking images of bobby calf cruelty for months before it emerged on television at the weekend.
New Zealand paid tribute to All Blacks great Jonah Lomu at the spiritual home of New Zealand rugby on Monday, with thousands of fans packing a memorial service at Auckland's Eden Park.
Kensington Palace has released two new photos of six-month-old Princess Charlotte.
Firefighters are attending to a garage fire in the Auckland suburb of Otahuhu this morning.
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A timeline of the Rizalman case.
Labour Leader Andrew Little has dumped predecessor David Cunliffe to the backbenches in a reshuffle of his MPs, with Jacinda Ardern continuing to move up the ranks.
Police are blaming inattention and bad driving for a four-vehicle crash that left one person dead in north Otago last night.
Sir Jerry Mateparae is recovering in hospital after having a heart valve replaced today.
Work is underway to retrieve a helicopter which had a "heavy landing" on Mt Tarawera, near Rotorua this afternoon.
With the duo back in the country for the summer, 3 News sat down to catch up with the world sailors of the year.
There have been some absolute pearlers on and off the field of play this week.
Porsche has retained all six of its full-time World Endurance Championship drivers for 2016, meaning Le Mans winners Nick Tandy and Earl Bamber will not defend their crown in France.
New Zealand driver Mitch Evans could yet snatch a top-three finish in the GP2 series after another strong display in the penultimate race of the season.
It's been a tough year for netballer Cathrine Latu, her Mystics missed out on the playoffs, and she lost her spot in the Silver Ferns.
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