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The Prime Minister's been forced to defend his social housing reforms, giving an assurance state houses will not be flogged off to line the pockets of developers.
A creepy masked couple apparently carrying firearms and wandering through central Auckland have come forward.
The British government is studying the handling of the Christchurch earthquake to see if there are any lessons that may also apply to coping with a terror attack.
A report into an emergency landing in Antarctica by an RNZAF aircraft which had a Government minister on board has recommended a review into using a Boeing 757 for flights to the continent.
The Islamic State group has used Japanese hostage Kenji Goto to relay a new threat to kill a Jordanian pilot unless Amman hands over an imprisoned female jihadist by sunset.
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Staff at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne have been trying to find a cure for peanut and potentially other food allergies.
A hidden message has been uncovered during restoration work on Colin McCahon's 1947 piece 'Nelson Landscape from Queen's Drive'.
The Mr Men and Little Miss characters are moving from the small pages of those pocket-sized books to the big screen.
Young Indonesians have taken out their cellphones in protest against a Muslim cleric who has declared selfies a sin because they promote pride and arrogance.
Fire officials plan to slowly pull their crews away from a massive burn site in the Canterbury hill country over the next few days.
Nearly 3000 child soldiers aged between 11 and 17 laid down their arms this week in South Sudan.
Former ACT Party leader John Banks is facing a retrial over his alleged filing of a false electoral return.
An inquest into the December siege of the Lindt Chocolat Café in central Sydney has found one of the victims was killed by police bullet fragments, and the other was shot by the gunman.
How do you win the Auckland Nines? Even defending champions North Queensland are not so sure ahead of this weekend's tournament.
Kate Winslet joins Michael Fassbender, Seth Rogen and Jeff Daniels in Steve Jobs, written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle.
Tottenham set up an all-London English League Cup final against Chelsea when they drew 2-2 with Sheffield United.
This week's Tech Bytes looks at a new invention that takes the sweat out of skateboarding.
New Zealand is now the third-freest economy in the world behind Hong Kong and Singapore.
Firefighters have been dampening down hotspots at the site of a large house fire on Auckland's North Shore.
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Andrew Little: Show me the policy
"Andrew Little's State of the Nation speech was full of promise - but barely a hint as to how Labour plans to live up to the hype."
Andrew Little: Show me the policy
Andrew Little used his first major speech to set the tone of the party's vision for the future, which focused heavily on jobs and small businesses.
David Oyelowo has given Benedict Cumberbatch support amid the "ridiculous" controversy over his use of the word "coloured".
Spotify and Sony have announced a new partnership to bring the music streaming service to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xperia devices.
Saoirse Ronan says Ryan Gosling sucks at emailing back after working with him on his directorial debut Lost River.
Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Elizabeth Banks and Paul Rudd will reprise their roles from 2001 cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer for the Netflix series.
Sex tape and reality TV star Kim Kardashian wants siblings for her and Kanye West's daughter North ASAP.
Promising Blues rugby player Tevita Li has been discharged without conviction for driving with an excess blood alcohol level.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been banned for two matches after being sent-off for lashing out at a defender.
Brett Lee's finished his outstanding cricket career with a flourish in the Big Bash final in Canberra.
Former Portugal and Real Madrid player Luis Figo has announced he will challenge incumbent Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency.
Hashim Amla and Rilee Rossouw both hit centuries for the second time in the series to set up a 131-run win for South Africa.
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