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Investigators say preliminary indications show the fire which killed two people started in the family's kitchen, but the cause is still unknown.
Five years after the earthquake which broke his jaw, eye socket, femur, ribs, shoulders and many other bones around his body, Canterbury man Simon Robinson looks like any other bloke.
The jury in the trial of the man accused of murdering Luke Tipene have returned to tell the judge they are struggling to reach a unanimous verdict.
The controversial Basin Reserve flyover is officially dead and buried, with the NZTA deciding not to appeal a High Court decision which wouldn't allow it to go ahead.
An investigation is underway into a swing bridge collapse on the Lake Waikaremoana Track, sending four tourists plunging into the water below.
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How did a Taranaki rugby jersey end up being worn the streets of Baghdad, in a photo with the man dubbed Iraq's Angel of Death?
Kiwi singer/songwriter Graham Brazier has died, a month after the 63-year-old suffered a heart attack.
New Zealand opera trio Sol3 Mio have lent their voices to the All Blacks' Rugby World Cup campaign with a rendition of 'I See Fire'.
Exciting young American Jack Sock has been forced out of the US Open after fainting in 33-degree heat.
A neighbour of a woman who kept her dead husband's body inside her Titahi Bay home, possibly for weeks, has told of how she tried to get her to give it up.
Fuel company Z Energy is crying foul over a New Zealand Customs Service plan to collect 29 years of backdated fuel taxes.
Prosecutors will reportedly seek the death penalty for the 21yo man accused of shooting dead 9 African-Americans at a Charleston church in June.
Lianne Dalziel says after the early morning quake of September 4, 2010, there was a feeling Christchurch was "the lucky city".
Conrad Smith has warned those expecting the All Blacks to play with panache at the business end of the Rugby World Cup not to hold their breath.
US police arrested a teen for posting lyrics from Eminem's 'I'm Back', referencing the Columbine High School shooting, on Instagram.
New Zealand has qualified its first three boats for next year's Olympic Games and it's no real surprise who they are.
Smuggling drugs and other illicit goods is about to get rougher for Fijian criminal groups, with NZ-trained detector dog teams bound for the Pacific Island nation.
Money Week is a good time to stop and think about your finances. That can be a daunting prospect for many people though.
Abused dogs and puppies are flooding through the doors of the Canterbury SPCA at such a rate it's creating a bottleneck.
English second-tier side Featherstone Rovers snatched a remarkable last-minute victory when a Batley Bulldogs player failed to kick the ball out after the hooter.
The conspiracy theories have already started rolling in about the alternative flag options.
A video featuring a young woman claiming to be a pregnant French tourist in search of her baby's Australian father was a hoax.
A large house fire in Palmerston North has claimed the lives of two people and sent a number of people to hospital this morning.
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The real reason All Blacks flag was left out
"It is a big decision to go ahead without the silver fern as an option so the flag panel and Cabinet obviously have a plan."
The real reason All Blacks flag was left out
The latest listing of the safest used cars has been released by the AA, weeding out the best and worst when it comes to protection in crashes.
Venice Film Festival bosses have added horror classic A Nightmare on Elm Street to their line-up in memory of Wes Craven.
Rolling Stones rocker Keith Richards says Metallica and Black Sabbath are jokes, and rap is for tone-deaf people.
Pink felt the Miley Cyrus-hosted MTV Video Music Awards show was "gross and embarrassing trash".
Idris Elba has poked fun at comments made by new James Bond author Anthony Horowitz after the writer called him "too street" to play 007.
Hawke's Bay winger Zac Guildford has been suspended for four weeks after pleading guilty to a lifting tackle.
After opting to pick up the books, world champion rower Emma Twigg faces an added challenge to get to Rio.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic claimed that his agent was recently approached by AC Milan about a return to the San Siro.
Canterbury have maintained their unbeaten start to the ITM Cup season, cruising to a 57-7 victory over Manawatu in Palmerston North.
As the Warriors prepare to restore some pride in their final game of the season against the Bulldogs, captain Simon Mannering has told 3 News he is prepared to step down as team leader if that's what it takes to turn the side's fortunes around.
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