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Labour leader David Cunliffe is due to find out how his MPs feel about the party's worst defeat in 92 years.
The man accused of gunning down three Work and Income employees in Ashburton is due to appear in court.
People on the Wairarapa Coast have been woken by two moderate jolts this morning.
A doctor failed to treat a patient with melanoma early enough despite having multiple chances.
WHO says a total of 5762 people had been infected in five west African countries as of September 18.
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A leading sports doctor says many young people are doing lasting damage to themselves by overtraining.
The SPCA says animal welfare complaints in Christchurch have almost doubled in the past year.
David Farrier chats with Auckland illustrator Rob Turvey about his 100 animals in 100 days project.
Winter is back with a vengeance in many regions today with snow, rain and hail on the way.
A man accused of stabbing an Auckland man to death as he ate takeaways in his car is applying for bail.
Japan is preparing to press the nuclear button again - but there are real concerns about the reboot.
The 29 newly-elected MPs from this year's election will today be officially welcomed and given a tour of their new workplace in Parliament.
Frank Bainimarama, who took power in a 2006 coup, has been sworn in as Fiji's prime minister after a landslide victory in the country's general election.
49er pair Blair Tuke and Peter Burling have capped off a successful Sailing World Championships campaign in Spain, winning gold in the medal race of their second straight world title.
Colin Farrell is officially set to return to his TV roots after signing on to star in the second season of hit crime drama True Detective.
Lewis Hamilton won the Singapore Grand Prix to take the lead in the drivers championship from Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg who failed to finish.
Japanese parents have watched with glee as sumo wrestlers tried to reduce their babies to tears.
Two cheetah cubs are being hand-raised by animal care staff at San Diego Zoo after their mother was unable to feed them.
Just 48 hours after New Zealand's general election, John Key sat down with John Campbell in Wellington after he was elected for another three years as Prime Minister.
When Campbell Live first visited Dunedin's worst student flat in August last year, the pictures shocked us and they shocked you.
It's quite likely that the Greens will again be the third-largest party in Parliament after the votes are counted tomorrow.
Here at Campbell Live, we couldn't wait for election night and took things into our own hands with lolly polls throughout the country.
A maiden top-10 finish in the WRC Rally Poland has left Kiwi driver Hayden Paddon hungry for more.
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David Farrier’s case of mistaken identity
"Whenever there’s an election, of if John Key or National hit the headlines, confusion reigns and there's only one reason for it: David Farrar."
David Farrier’s case of mistaken identity
A wrap of all the action from the election and a behind-the-scenes look at each political party’s functions.
Hollywood star Amber Heard has become the latest victim of 'The Fappening' as more than 50 topless photos of her have leaked online.
An iHeartRadio festival featured Lorde, Taylor Swift, One Direction, Nicki Minaj, Coldplay, Coldplay and Iggy Azalea over the weekend in Las Vegas.
Angelina Jolie has booked her next directorial job after taking on a planned biopic about paleo-archaeologist Richard Leakey and his efforts to save elephants in Africa.
Lauryn Hill was booed by fans at a gig in London on Saturday night after she turned up 90 minutes late and performed a set which was reportedly riddled with problems.
Mario Balotelli found himself on the receiving end of yet more racist abuse after a jokey reference to Manchester United's shock defeat by Leicester.
Hulking New Zealand-born prop Uini Atonio has been included in a 30-man French rugby squad named to prepare for Tests in November.
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