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Winston Peters thrashed National's Mark Osborne in Northland by more than 4000 votes last night, winning a seat National has held for decades.
Health researchers want doctors to disclose payments they receive from drug companies to avoid conflicts of interest.
The co-pilot who crashed a passenger jet into the French Alps, killing all 150 aboard, vowed to one day do something to "change the whole system".
Italy's top court has cleared Amanda Knox of the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher.
Kiwifruit growers are celebrating a bumper export season, with fruit volumes at their highest since the outbreak of the vine-killing disease Psa in 2010.
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Apple chief Tim Cook is joining Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and other technology titans who have vowed to donate their wealth to charities.
A police-branded tractor is helping the force talk to rural communities where crime is under-reported.
Germanwings has offered the families of the victims of the French Alps air disaster up to 50,000 euros (NZ$720,000) per passenger towards their immediate costs.
The Highlanders have broken their Stormers hoodoo with a comprehensive 39-21 bonus point win in Dunedin.
Thousands of petrol heads have gathered in Whangamata for the 15th annual Beach Hop.
Another two women have come forward with accusations of sexual assault against embattled comedian Bill Cosby.
Bad weather prolongs investigations of what's believed to be a car linked to the disappearance of a man and his stepson in Southland.
At least 10 people have died in an attack by Somalia's al-Qaeda-affiliated Shabab militants on a hotel in the capital Mogadishu.
There's plenty of debate over the Black Caps' ability to defeat Australia at the MCG, but history suggests we might be well-placed for the win.
A bittersweet, very engaging story filled with a heart-breaking yet joyous authenticity.
The Black Caps have headed out for a training session like no other, but in a sense this one's the same as the dozens before.
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft carrying three crew will be the first to spend an entire year on the International Space Station.
People thinking they can hide from the tax collectors on Trade Me have another think coming.
In a special 10th anniversary episode, John Campbell was surprised with messages of thanks from the people he has helped over the years.
Tristram Clayton and Lachlan Forsyth joined John Campbell in the studio to announce that the bunnies collected $1000 each on Trade Me.
The Campbell Live team aren't exactly shy quiet types - mixed with how much time they together, it's the perfect storm for television bloopers.
Food crops across Vanuatu have been completely wiped out, with no mangoes expected for a year and no coffee for up to three 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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Opinion: Is this NZ cricket's golden era?
"For success-starved followers of the game in New Zealand, it's been a barren run. I'm 31 now, but this World Cup has been worth the wait. "
Opinion: Is this NZ cricket's golden era?
Germanwings flight 4U 9525 was flying from Spain to Germany on Tuesday when it crashed in the French Alps killing all 150 people onboard.
Russell Branddeclared his new non-profit cafe in London will provide the world with a "new business model".
Zayn Malik feels "good" and "in control" of his life after leaving One Direction because he had been unhappy in the boyband "for a while".
Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris have fuelled rumours they are dating after they were caught on camera holding hands at a concert in Tennessee.
The Who's farewell tour will be endless if singer Roger Daltrey gets his way, playing intimate acoustic shows and tracks from unrecorded new album.
Australian captain Michael Clarke has been talking about the respect his team has for their opponents tomorrow, describing them as the form team of the tournament.
The Chiefs have eventually overwhelmed a valiant Cheetahs side 37-27 in Hamilton.
Black Caps fans are pouring into Melbourne for the game, knowing we're an outside chance tomorrow. But that would make a win even sweeter.
The Black Caps and Australia have both just received some extra motivation heading into tomorrow's World Cup final at the MCG in Melbourne.
New Zealander Lydia Ko lies three shots off the pace at the LPGA Tour's Kia Classic in California after carding a second-round two-under 70.
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