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Plane wreckage washed up on a tiny Indian Ocean island will be sent to France for investigation amid speculation it's be related to missing flight MH370.
A seven-year-old Hamilton schoolboy who was reported missing overnight has been found.
Police are struggling to cope with the overwhelming number of Official Information Act (OIA) requests which flood their offices every day.
Mana Party leader Hone Harawira has written an open letter the President of the United States asking him drop a major global trade deal.
An ultra-Orthodox Jew has stabbed 6 Gay Pride marchers in Jerusalem, police and medics said.
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Australian pro surfer Mick Fanning has escaped a second shark scare in as many weeks.
It might seem obvious, but scientists have now proved once-and-for-all that texting while walking slows you down.
Emma Brannam straps on the just-released Apple Watch for a day to find out whether it's worth the hype.
Former Australia and Queensland rugby league player Billy Moore has come under fire for his 'coconut style' remark.
Nearly 450 state housing tenants want to be moved because of health concerns, figures from Housing New Zealand reveal.
Migrants holed up in northern France have made fewer attempts to get to England via the Channel Tunnel, suggesting beefed-up security is having an impact.
A 29-year-old motorcyclist has died after a crash on Castle Cliff beach at about 5pm yesterday.
Australian journalist Peter Greste says the delay of a verdict in his retrial by an Egyptian court is frustrating and is putting his life in limbo.
New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko made the most of an early start to share second place after the first round of the Women's British Open in Scotland.
British director Guy Ritchie has married his model fiancée Jacqui Ainsley in front of guests including Brad Pitt and David Beckham.
England find themselves on the brink of victory in the third Ashes Test after Steven Finn took five wickets on an unbelievable day at Edgbaston.
Bringing a long-extinct virus back from the dead – it sounds like the start of a Hollywood thriller, but scientists think it could be the future of gene therapy.
Volkswagen has replaced Toyota as the world's biggest selling car maker.
Maori and British heritage and a contemporary multicultural society have come together under a meeting house in a competition to design an alternative New Zealand flag.
A woman managed to push her young son to safety before she fell to her death, after the floor at the top of a shopping mall escalator gave way underneath her.
Malaysia has sent a team to verify whether plane debris washed up on an Indian Ocean island could be part of missing flight MH370.
A US dentist insists he hasn't been contacted by US or Zimbabwean authorities after he paid NZ$70,000 to kill a famous lion.
Video of a destructive fire at a Wellington house shows how quickly the flames envelop the building.
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Shooting a concern for Silver Ferns
"The Silver Ferns' brains trust is entrusting the team's World Cup shooting success in Bailey Mes - it's newly-appointed number one goal shooter - but is their faith in the 26-year-old misplaced?"
Shooting a concern for Silver Ferns
A timeline of Tony Robertson's criminal history, starting in 2003, when he was 16 years old.
Morrissey has taken aim at an under-fire dentist who killed a protected lion in Zimbabwe, but Ted Nugent has branded the circumstances "a lie".
Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond have signed a deal to star in a new motoring show on internet service Amazon Instant Video.
"I have a lot of regrets, of course I do. I shouldn't have married that one, I should have taken that part; I should have maybe married that one, I don't know, but I didn't."
Sylvester Stallone is putting memorabilia from his most famous movies up for auction, including the boxing gloves he wore in Rocky.
Morgan Freeman, Jack Black and Natasha Lyonne are urging the US public to support President Barack Obama's proposed nuclear deal with Iran.
Wallabies flanker Michael Hooper is free to tackle the All Blacks next week despite being found guilty of foul play at a SANZAR judicial hearing.
The defending champion New Zealand Breakers have got their wish and been handed more Sunday afternoon home fixtures for their 2015-16 NBL campaign.
The Warriors are toast for the season if you listen to the critics, especially those across the Tasman.
People are as excited now about the ITM Cup as they've ever been, according to New Zealand Rugby (NZR) general manager Neil Sorensen.
New York Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores couldn't hold back the tears as he believed he was traded in the middle of the game.
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