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Former National Northland MP Mike Sabin, who resigned suddenly last week, could have been a future Cabinet minister, John Key says.
As a result of a "human error", Fonterra has failed to apply in time for licences to import New Zealand cheese into the United States in 2015.
Australian Al Jazeera reporter Peter Greste has left Cairo on board a flight for Cyprus after being released from jail, airport officials say.
One person has died after a car crashed into a power pole in Oropi last night.
Manly and the NRL will investigate the alleged "anti-social behaviour" of Willie Mason at an Auckland nightclub during this weekend's Nines tournament.
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Novak Djokovic has rewritten tennis history with yet another Australian Open final triumph over Andy Murray on a drama-charged night at Melbourne Park.
Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's daughter Bobbi Kristina is said to be "pretty good" and "doing fine" after she was found unresponsive and face down in a bathtub.
A giant slip n slide event which drew 3000 people to a beachside suburb in Christchurch descended into chaos yesterday.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs are the new NRL Nines champions, beating a resilient Cronulla Sharks 18-14 with a golden try in extra time.
After a post-quake shake up Phillipstown and Woolston schools are now operating as one on Woolston's grounds as Te Waka Unua.
Thousands took to the streets of Hong Kong Sunday (local time) for the first time since mass demonstrations shut down parts of the city for more than two months.
A man in Christchurch has had a close call after his kitchen went up in flames.
Some 20 mosques in Britain are opening their doors to the public in an unprecedented gesture of reassurance following last month's Islamist attacks in Paris.
Actor Val Kilmer has cleared up reports about his health after he was hospitalised in Los Angeles earlier this week.
Lydia Ko's nearest rivals have issued a none-too-subtle warning - playing as the world No.1 is no stroll in the park.
Colour footage of The Beatles joking around backstage at a concert in the 1960s will go under the hammer next week.
Firefighters have been dampening down hotspots at the site of a large house fire on Auckland's North Shore.
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Norman's axe blow to Greens
"Now Russel Norman is gone there is a big danger that the Greens will go from the third major party back to minor party status."
Norman's axe blow to Greens
Two weeks before Christmas, lone gunman Man Haron Monis held 17 people hostage inside central Sydney's Lundt Café on Martin Place - an inquest is underway to determine what really happened.
Witherspoon and Dern certainly deserve their Oscar nominations for this, but it was the overall storytelling which left me emotionally spellbound.
Pop star Iggy Azalea became outraged over photos of her Steve Madden shoe collection that were obviously not fancy enough.
Predator star Jesse Ventura says Clint Eastwood's controversial American Sniper is about as authentic as Dirty Harry.
Lindsay Lohan is facing a possible jail term for counting meet-and-greets with fans as part of her community service work.
Hit TV show Downton Abbey is to end later this year after six series, according to a new report.
Novak Djokovic dismissed suggestions he foxed injury during his Australian Open final triumph, saying he suffered a genuine "physical crisis".
Andy Murray was frustrated at having fallen victim to a Serbian sucker punch from Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open final.
Rory McIlroy protected his lead on the final day as he won his second Dubai Desert Classic title, matching the lowest winning score in the history of the tournament.
Captain Andrew Durante reckons the A-League's four-week hiatus won't break his team's stride as the Wellington Phoenix target a historic first win in Brisbane.
Sebastian Vettel has sent an early season warning to Mercedes by clocking the fastest time on his first day of testing with Ferrari.
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