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The Head Hunters gang and family are gathering in west Auckland today to remember fallen member Connor Morris, boyfriend of Millie Elder-Holmes.
Asking prices for properties in Auckland dropped slightly in July but it's likely to be temporary, realestate.co.nz says.
A protest outside Mt Eden Corrections Facility will call for an end to the running of prisons by private companies.
State-owned coal miner Solid Energy is mulling three options for its future, one of which is total liquidation.
Non-vaccinated nurses from Waikato Hospital were sent home after refusing to comply with new flu policy, according to New Zealand Herald.
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A baby pygmy hippopotamus at Melbourne Zoo in Australia is about to make the plunge into the deep, main pool after a successful set of swimming lessons with his mum Petre.
Some 14 million people installed the Windows 10 operating system in the first 24 hours following its release, Microsoft has said, calling the response "overwhelmingly positive".
Teina Pora's been in the public eye before - but not as part of a photographic exhibition.
The Māori Party wants New Zealand coins to have both Māori and English on them.
Three people have been taken to Middlemore Hospital after a crash in south Auckland this morning.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon condemned the killing of an 18-month-old baby in an arson attack by suspected Jewish settlers in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
Winston Peters has unveiled an ambitious plan for New Zealand First over the next two and a half years.
An Ebola test vaccine provided blanket protection in a field trial in Guinea, possibly heralding "the beginning of the end".
Certainly pornographic but not pornography, though the shallow script and poor acting don't help its lofty artistic aspirations.
England have beaten Australia by eight wickets overnight, completing a remarkable turn-around from the last test at Lord's to take a 2-1 lead in The Ashes.
Hillary Clinton launched a broadside against White House rival Jeb Bush, accusing the Republican of failing to tackle discrimination.
Joseph Parker has a top five ranking in his sights when he takes on Australian Bowie Tupou tonight in Invercargill.
A Palestinian teen shot during clashes with the Israeli army in the West Bank has died of his wounds, Palestinian medical and security sources said.
Maori and British heritage and a contemporary multicultural society have come together under a meeting house in a competition to design an alternative New Zealand flag.
A woman managed to push her young son to safety before she fell to her death, after the floor at the top of a shopping mall escalator gave way underneath her.
A US dentist insists he hasn't been contacted by US or Zimbabwean authorities after he paid NZ$70,000 to kill a famous lion.
Former Australia and Queensland rugby league player Billy Moore has come under fire for his 'coconut style' remark.
Video of a destructive fire at a Wellington house shows how quickly the flames envelop the building.
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Shooting a concern for Silver Ferns
"The Silver Ferns' brains trust is entrusting the team's World Cup shooting success in Bailey Mes - it's newly-appointed number one goal shooter - but is their faith in the 26-year-old misplaced?"
Shooting a concern for Silver Ferns
Opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) deal has been fierce, but a lot of the population still doesn't know what it is or what it means for Kiwis.
Beyoncé has reportedly been approached to cast a spell over viewers of upcoming live TV musical The Wiz by starring as Glinda the Good Witch.
Natalie Portman's ill-fated Western movie Jane Got A Gun has been dropped by studio bosses almost a month before its release date.
The Gaslight Anthem will be going on an indefinite break following their upcoming European tour.
Mariah Carey is stepping behind the camera to direct her upcoming Christmas TV movie.
U2 rockers Bono and The Edge joined John Lennon's widow Yoko Ono for a special ceremony in New York on Wednesday to mark 40 years since the Beatles legend received his US green card.
Warriors strike weapons Konrad Hurrell and Manu Vatuvei want their enthusiasm on return to make an impact against the Sharks.
Durban-born batsman Colin Munro hopes knowledge of local conditions count in his favour when New Zealand meet Zimbabwe.
New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko made the most of an early start to share second place after the first round of the Women's British Open in Scotland.
England find themselves on the brink of victory in the third Ashes Test after Steven Finn took five wickets on an unbelievable day at Edgbaston.
Wallabies flanker Michael Hooper is free to tackle the All Blacks next week despite being found guilty of foul play at a SANZAR judicial hearing.
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