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Tonight's 3 News political poll shows the Prime Minister can no longer do without New Zealand First leader Winston Peters.
Fonterra is building new milk processing plants and exploring a new deal with China.
Labour is accusing National and the Conservatives of surveillance state tactics in covertly filming billboards.
The PM says he has asked Air NZ for an assurance it's not charging people too much on regional routes.
The skies over the Gaza Strip are calm as a long-term ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians takes hold.
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Zach Challies has used a 3D printer to create a detachable facial prosthetic that costs only $100.
Trelise Cooper's Fashion Week kicked off with models wearing Native American headdress, and the social media backlash was immediate.
A US flight made an unscheduled stop so the pilot could get rid of two passengers fighting over the right to recline a seat back.
The Inbetweeners 2 stars Simon Bird, Joe Thomas and director Iain Morris chat with David Farrier.
A 9-year-old girl has accidentally killed an instructor with an Uzi at a gun range in Arizona.
Duck shooters claim a move to ban hunting at Pencarrow Lakes near Wellington may breach a Treaty of Waitangi settlement.
A young Australian pilot is being praised for his actions after a passenger shut down a light aircraft's engines in mid-air.
Adventurer Scott Donaldson's kayak has washed up on a south Taranaki beach.
Five-time champion Roger Federer advanced to the second round of the US Open with a 6-3 6-4 7-6 (7-4) victory over Australian Marinko Matosevic.
Ecstatic fans have welcomed British pop singer Kate Bush back to the stage for her first show for 35 years, in the same venue as her only previous tour.
Tiger Woods' next golf coach could well be a Kiwi.
Two farmers in Tasmania have found what they believe is a six-year-old sheep that has never been shorn.
When their Indonesian boat sank and no rescue came, Nelson couple Tony Lawton and Gaylene Wilkinson swum for shore, which took them eight hours to make it.
Human rights photographer Robin Hammond's work has been published around the world - it is powerful enough to have him banned from Zimbabwe and Egypt.
A 15-year-old Wellington student has just won a scholarship to Space Camp in Alabama - the amazing thing is that she is totally blind.
The Ministry of Health has asked St John to reduce emergency department arrivals by 80,000 by assisting with community-based healthcare.
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The most recent outbreak of violence in the Gaza Strip was sparked by the killing of three Jewish teens.
Watch highlights of the Trelise Cooper runway show at NZ Fashion Week 2014.
An immaculate edition of a comic featuring Superman's first appearance in print has sold for a record US$3.2 million in an online auction.
Taylor Swift is breaking records again - her new single 'Shake It Off' has become the highest debut on America's Adult Pop Songs chart.
Anson Mount, Jackie Earle Haley and Jennifer Carpenter star in Shinji Mikami's upcoming horror game The Evil Within.
New Zealander Marina Erakovic has beaten a former champion for her first ever singles win at the US tennis Open.
Manchester United have been humbled by League One side MK Dons 4-0 in the third round of the League Cup.
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