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Motorway project the Waterview Connection has been contaminated by a batch of sub-standard concrete sent to a number of building sites.
Labour's David Shearer says he has a leaked email which reveals the Government is warning its MPs not to attend Falun Gong celebrations.
Auckland Council is threatening to put a halt to some new special housing areas unless the Government pumps in more money to help with infrastructure.
A toddler is in a critical condition at Starship Hospital after being hit by a car on Mt Eden Rd in central Auckland.
IS has claimed its first attack on US soil, a shooting at an anti-Muslim event in Texas over the weekend.
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Invercargill school-teacher-turned-X-Factor-contestant Steve Broad's journey on the show has come to an end.
After almost 50 years of continual service, the Air Force's Iroquois helicopters are finally being moved on.
A curious koala has paid an early morning visit to an Australian hospital, but it's a mystery what exactly it was after.
The name Prince William and Kate have chosen for their daughter was the most popular name given to baby girls in New Zealand over the past year – Charlotte.
Auditor-General Lyn Provost says Whanau Ora has helped many families but she's had difficulty finding out what its aims are.
The jury in the Blessie Gotingco murder trial has again been warned not to research the case on the internet, as the court adjourns for a two-day break.
Auckland house prices climbed to a fresh record last month, while the number of sales dropped from March's peak, according to Barfoot & Thompson.
The Inland Revenue Departmentis targeting four parts of Auckland in a tax campaign aimed at cracking down on 'cashie' subcontractors.
Lydia Ko's grip on the world No.1 ranking has loosened considerably.
Actress Daniele Watts has been ordered to apologise to the Los Angeles police officer she accused of racism following an encounter with cops last year.
Time's up for Wellington Phoenix winger Kenny Cunningham, who's leaving the club at the end of his two-year contract.
Search teams are doing everything they can to find a missing police dog before the weather takes a turn for the worse.
The Government is considering a proposal for contraceptive pills to be sold over the counter by pharmacists without a doctor's prescription.
On Trade Me, there are 879 separate dog and puppy listings, but do buyers know what they're getting, particularly with breeders?
Lilly the miniature schnauzer is loved to bits by customers in Christchurch, but she's been banned under food and hygiene regulations.
Author James Patterson describes why reading is so important and why the cost of a book should be no more than a movie ticket.
Too weak, too strong, too prescriptive, not prescriptive enough – it isn't easy being the Resource Management Act.
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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To the Saudi King: Stop the beheadings
"To the King of Saudi Arabia: The way your kingdom beheads its citizens for crimes like blasphemy is simply barbaric."
To the Saudi King: Stop the beheadings
A quick look at Australia and New Zealand's rugby league rivalry:
New dad Justin Timberlake has gone green for a new tequila advertisement - very green.
Rory Culkin and Caleb Landry Jones are to play Mayhem's Euronymous and Varg Vikernes in film Lords of Chaos.
Miley Cyrus is preparing to release an album with her pal Wayne Coyne and his band the Flaming Lips.
Madonna has taken a swipe at Drake after the rapper appeared disgusted by their surprise Coachella pash.
Kanye West has ditched the controversial title for his next album and changed the name to Swish.
Arsenal was at their best as they comfortably beat Hull City 3-1 at the KC Stadium.
The All Blacks will begin their Rugby Championship title defense in Christchurch against Argentina.
Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry has been named the NBA Most Valuable Player for the 2014-15 season.
All Blacks veteran Dan Carter says a technical problem has afflicted his goalkicking but he expects a quick fix.
England batsman Jonathan Trott has announced his retirement from international cricket.
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