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A local surfer this afternoon found a body believed to be that of a teenager presumed drowned on Saturday in Gisborne.
John Key and Andrew Little are both poised to deliver keynote speeches tomorrow, but Mr Key has got in first, setting the agenda with the issue closest to everyone's heart – housing, selling off the ones the state owns.
A huge high-country fire near Arthur's Pass that tripled in size overnight is still burning, but firefighters are slowly bringing it under control.
Invercargill's infamous cat lady will have to pick her three favourite felines and get rid of the other 25 or so, after being found guilty of breaching a council bylaw.
The "city that never sleeps" has become a ghost town, with transport and businesses shut down and residents rushing home to shelter from a severe blizzard.
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Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has been widely mocked after making Prince Philip a Knight of Australia, with even his own MPs questioning his judgement.
Wellington residents in the suburb of Strathmore are still none the wiser about what caused a mysterious bang there last night.
A ceremony to mark 70 years since Russian forces liberated the Auschwitz concentration camp from Nazi control was held at Auckland Museum today.
Pakistan batsman Haris Sohail has reportedly been left 'traumatised' following a supernatural experience in a Christchurch hotel room.
Sea Shepherd has announced plans to build a new ship to help protect Antarctic waters after winning millions of dollars in a European lottery.
Efforts to save a rare native bird got a boost today with the release of flock of them onto an island in the Hauraki Gulf.
Hundreds marked Holocaust Remembrance Day in Wellington, and while survivor numbers are dwindling, new generations are eager to learn the history.
Kurdish fighters have expelled Islamic State group militants from Kobane, dealing a blow to the jihadists' ambitions.
With a dozen All Blacks in their 30s come September's World Cup, managing players' bodies is incredibly important this season.
Kurt Cobain's widow Courtney Love and daughter Frances have reunited at the Sundance premiere of documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck.
World No. 3 Rafael Nadal has been sensationally sent packing by Tomas Berdych in the Australian Open quarterfinals.
Eleanor Catton says she's struggled with being an ambassador for NZ because she doesn't think the country is doing as much as it could to support the literary arts.
The BlackBerry CEO has penned an open letter to members of US Congress saying app creators should be required to make their software compatible for BlackBerry devices.
Firefighters have been dampening down hotspots at the site of a large house fire on Auckland's North Shore.
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Most shocking Oscar snub: Jake Gyllenhaal
"Jake Gyllenhaal delivered the best performance of the year in Nightcrawler, but the Academy failed to see that."
Most shocking Oscar snub: Jake Gyllenhaal
On April 17, 2005, a group of nine Australians were arrested in Bali for planning to smuggle 8.3kgs of heroin with a street value of around AU$4 million into Australia.
Sam Smith has agreed to credit Tom Petty as an author of his hit 'Stay With Me' after acknowledging similarities to 'I Won't Back Down'.
Photos of revellers and musicians at Auckland St Jerome's Laneway Festival 2015.
Emma Watson is set to receive a makeover as a Disney princess after landing the role of Belle in the upcoming remake of Beauty and the Beast.
Techland's parkour zombie game Dying Light is out this week - here's the launch trailer.
Benedict Cumberbatch says he is an "idiot" for talking about "coloured actors" on US television.
Los Angeles Lakers star guard Kobe Bryant will undergo surgery, likely ending his season early for his third consecutive NBA campaign.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists controversial striker Mario Balotelli does have a future at Anfield.
Novak Djokovic has confirmed his march towards a fifth Australian Open with a commanding victory over Gilles Muller.
Wallabies playmaker Quade Cooper believes his latest injury setback will not damage his bid for World Cup selection.
Auckland champion Venus Williams continued her march at the Australian Open reaching the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam for the first time in four years.
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