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South Africa says Barack Obama and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will be among world leaders speaking at a memorial service for Nelson Mandela.
One in six parents have postponed visits to doctors, cut back on fresh foods, or put off replacing old shoes because of cost.
Members of Helen Milner's extended family are to give evidence as the trial for her husband's murder enters its seventh day.
Paul Arber was in Hamilton with a group of junior players and was last seen late on Saturday night on Grey Street.
Michael Adebolajo, 28, said that he attacked soldier Lee Rigby because he wanted to protest Britain's invasion of Muslim lands.
The adventurer portrayed by James Franco in 127 Hours has been arrested on a domestic violence charge in Denver, Colorado.
Inga Boyd is giving away baking to complete strangers for an experiment she's called 'Giftism', but what is it?
Peter Straker is in the country playing at Vector Arena's tuning fork on Wednesday.
Fans from around the country joined the film's stars, as well as Wellington film-makers Taika Waititi and Gaylene Preston.
Spending across the Paymark network, which processes three-quarters of all electronic transactions, is up 8.6 percent on last year.
Dr Sharples is on his way to South Africa as a member of Prime Minister John Key's official delegation, which controversially doesn't include Mr Minto
More than 150 taxi drivers have started a hunger strike and are boycotting Auckland Airport.
Jang Song Thaek's fall from grace, accompanied by allegations from corruption to womanizing and capped by his dramatic arrest, has no doubt spooked Pyongyang's elite.
Black Caps opener Peter Fulton isn't too worried at the greenish tinge showing on the Basin Reserve wicket for Wednesday's second Test against the West Indies in Wellington.
Kevin Sorbo is nursing a bruised ego after producers behind two rival Hercules movies refused to offer the original TV demi-god a cameo.
Blackburn says striker D.J. Campbell is one of the six people arrested in English soccer's latest match-fixing investigation.
American and British intelligence operations have been spying on gamers across the world.
We've done a little but we need to do a lot more - that's a simplified summary of a special report from the Children's Commissioner into child poverty...
Campbell Live met with Richard Barker, the airport's general manager, commercial and retail, to discuss the cabbie's lot.
The garden-to-table programme is a return to old fashioned gardening lessons, but it's far from the days of boiled cabbage.
Cabbies at Auckland Airport wait hopefully for a fare into town.
A bus has crashed into the old ASB Tower in central Auckland this morning.
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