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A police report reviewing the 1970 cold case killings of Harvey and Jeanette Crewe has found no new leads and is recommending against a new investigation.
The Government will take control of Novopay, with Talent2 exiting as the provider of the education payroll system.
Auckland teacher deregistered for sending images of young students to a friend whom he knew was sexually attracted to children.
ACT Party leader Jamie Whyte's speech about race-based laws has been labelled as anti-Maori by the Maori Party.
Israel has intensified its Gaza bombardment, as Palestinian leaders offer a day-long truce
Blacks cats are being abandoned in large numbers by owners who don't think they photograph well.
Ross Karl presents all the action from the Kiwis on day six of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Labour leader David Cunliffe is laughing off Winston Peters' threat not to deal with "race-based" parties.
When driving past one of Colin Craig's billboards, you could be forgiven for thinking his eyes are following your every move.
Farmers say the latest drop in the milk price was bigger than expected and the impact will be felt in towns and cities.
The EU and the US have adopted fresh economic sanctions against Russia, hoping to make it change course in Ukraine.
The Green Party wants to extend the sanctuary to protect the endangered Maui's dolphin.
The country's fisheries agency said 115 whales were killed during the two-and-a-half month campaign as the whaling fleet returned home.
The teamwork that drove New Zealand's early cycling success at the Commonwealth Games worked again on the hills that overlook Glasgow.
Jamie Foxx is set to portray boxing legend Mike Tyson in a movie biopic after five years of preparation for the role.
The Silver Ferns' shooting depth could be tested in their crunch pool match against Jamaica at the Commonwealth Games.
Turkey's deputy prime minister has sparked outcry by declaring women should not laugh loudly in public.
Dead Sea Spa haven't given back the refunds they promised – and now, the Israeli workers who were employed at the kiosks have fled the country.
At 27 Auckland blogger Graci Kim isn't old, but only a few weeks ago she faced a very real possibility that she'd never see again.
John Campbell tonight spoke to UNICEF's child protection specialist working in Gaza discuss what the $127,000 raised will be spent on.
As the humble stars of Murray Ball's Footrot Flats, Wal and Dog were national treasures, read every day in pretty much every newspaper in the country.
Key's absence felt at Pacific Islands Forum
"John Key says he's skipping the forum because it's too close to the election - but he has clearly disappointed the host country."
Key's absence felt at Pacific Islands Forum
Glasgow 2014 day 6 highlights
Kiwis' poor record of vaccination examined
Space geckos, alien smog and undersea astronauts
Pitcher tries to hit apple off head
The most recent outbreak of violence in the Gaza Strip was sparked by the killin...
Photos: Prince William intently watching sport
Guardians of the Galaxy world premiere photos
A DVD rip of Sylvester Stallone's The Expendables 3 has leaked online, three weeks before its scheduled release.
Home and Away fans have farewelled heartthrob Dan Ewing, who has left the Australian soap to pursue a career in Hollywood.
A violent, pulpy delight, an immensely satisfying tale of Southern honour and machismo.
Penelope Cruz and her husband Javier Bardem have penned an open letter denouncing Israel over the Middle East conflict.
NBA star Steven Adams held court in Auckland today, joining forces with the All Blacks to coach a group of top young athletes.
A late Simon Child goal has handed the Black Sticks men a vital 2-1 win over England that keeps them unbeaten at the Commonwealth Games.
Swimmer Lauren Boyle has turned the tables on Wales' Jazz Carlin to win the gold medal in the women's 400m freestyle.
Coach Todd Blackadder says there is plenty of excitement around the Crusaders camp ahead of their Super Rugby final.
New termite-free home for Te Aroha family
Colin Craig explains 'those' billboards
Prince Harry photobombs Kiwis in Glasgow
Craig rejected, Peters back in the game
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