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D-Day has come for the Government over a threat to lace infant formula with the deadly 1080 poison.
The brother of Susan Burdett has called for police to reopen her 1992 murder case after the Privy Council recommended Teina Pora not be retried.
The Government and Northland's new MP seem willing to work together to help the region prosper.
Labour is offering to look at "sensible changes" to the RMA as the Government takes its proposed amendments back to the drawing board.
A Turkish Airlines plane flying from Istanbul to Brazil has been forced to make an emergency landing in Morocco after a bomb threat.
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Joint leaders of the Volvo Ocean Race, Dongfeng Race Team, have been dramatically forced to suspend racing after their mast broke in the middle of the Southern Ocean.
The new host of The Daily Show will be 31-year-old South African comedian Trevor Noah.
Nine Indonesian men have died after consuming alcohol mixed with mosquito repellent, the latest deaths linked to tainted drinks.
Hit television series Dancing with the Stars will be returning to New Zealand screens this year with a stellar local line-up.
A woman has been sexually assaulted while walking near Tawa railway station.
A total of 122 Chinese nationals have been evacuated from Yemen, as the Arab coalition continues air strikes against Shi'ite rebels.
A rest home and three nurses have been faulted for their care of a 90-year-old woman who died just months after an operation she should have survived.
Foreign ministers have pressed their Iranian counterpart as they seek to slot in the final pieces of a deal curtailing Tehran's nuclear program.
Former No.1 Tiger Woods has hit the bunker and dropped out of the world top 100 for the first time in his career.
Embattled comedian Bill Cosby came under fire from a persistent heckler at a stand-up comedy show on Friday when he was called out over his sexual abuse scandal.
Johnathan Thurston has stolen a desperately needed win for North Queensland in a golden point thriller against Melbourne.
Firefighters in India were shocked when they were called to rescue a cat from a tree only to discover it was a leopard.
The rise of the internet means NZ children are now more likely to be watching their favourite things on YouTube than on the free-to-air channel TV2.
John Campbell was in Melbourne as the Kiwi fans realised they weren't going to get their hands on the World Cup trophy.
The Civil Aviation Authority in New Zealand has already tightened the rules after the Germanwings tragedy in France, but is it enough to protect passengers?
Lachlan Forsyth travelled to Northland to hear what voters want to see change and whether they think their newest electorate MP will be able to do anything about it.
In a special 10th anniversary episode, John Campbell was surprised with messages of thanks from the people he has helped over the years.
A truck crash that caused a major cream spill on the Takaka Hill near Golden Bay has seen the nearby river run white with milk.
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Long Road to Freedom
"We first met Teina Pora in a car, parked in some side lane off Queen Street, in the rain."
Long Road to Freedom
Winston Peters was crowned the new MP for Northland last night, but where did the 28,000 votes fall?
Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams has landed a guest role in sci-fi series Doctor Who.
Whoopi Goldberg has risked controversy by declaring parents should be allowed to give marijuana to seriously ill children to help alleviate their symptoms.
New parents Sam Worthington and Lara Bingle are set to face deposition questioning over a bust-up with a photographer in New York.
Noel Gallagher has quashed rumours of an impending Oasis reunion, despite recently making amends with his singer brother Liam.
Central Pulse delivered their strongest performance of this year's trans-Tasman netball league, dominating Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic 49-38 in Wellington.
England have regained the fear factor following a run of "aggressive" wins since the World Cup last summer, skipper Wayne Rooney says.
In Melbourne, it turns out no good deed goes unpunished after the Black Caps' graciousness to the Australian team apparently backfired.
A final round 67 was not enough for world No.1 golfer Lydia Ko to claim her seventh win on the LPGA Tour.
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