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Community housing providers looking to snap up some of the state houses will get them at a discounted rate.
Economists predict the official cash rate will remain on hold but expect the Reserve Bank to soften its stance about on future hikes.
Roger Sutton will leave the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority after resigning following sexual harassment allegations.
The Commerce Commission is investigating the way Air New Zealand sells insurance for its flights online.
Jordan is willing to free an Iraqi female jihadist from prison in exchange for a Jordanian pilot held hostage by the Islamic State.
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A Siberian town has discovered the true meaning of frozen, after a water main burst during a winter storm, leaving waist-deep ice flooding the street.
Michael Bolton, known for ballads like 'When a Man Loves a Woman', 'How Can We Be Lovers?' and 'Love is A Wonderful Thing', will perform at Auckland's ASB Theatre on May 18.
A Halloween costume inspired by Oscar-winning horror movie The Silence of the Lambs has fallen foul of the UK's advertising watchdog.
A Kiwi centenarian, who pioneered occupational therapy in New Zealand and carefully nursed returned World War II servicemen back to health, has died.
Former ACT Party leader John Banks is facing a retrial over his alleged filing of a false electoral return.
US attorney Loretta Lynch is seeking to become the first African-American woman to serve as Attorney-General.
The road through Molesworth Station in south Marlborough will close early because of extreme fire danger.
Greece's new Finance Minister says he wants to see a pan-European agreement to encourage growth.
How do you win the Auckland Nines? Even defending champions North Queensland are not so sure ahead of this weekend's tournament.
Predestination was among the early winners at this year's Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards after landing three prizes in the technical categories.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa faces a three-game suspension after being charged with violent conduct for appearing to stamp on Liverpool's Emre Can.
Drones are being tested to detect and map hotspot areas around large scrub fires in rural areas.
New Zealand is now the third-freest economy in the world behind Hong Kong and Singapore.
Firefighters have been dampening down hotspots at the site of a large house fire on Auckland's North Shore.
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Andrew Little: Show me the policy
"Andrew Little's State of the Nation speech was full of promise - but barely a hint as to how Labour plans to live up to the hype."
Andrew Little: Show me the policy
Andrew Little used his first major speech to set the tone of the party's vision for the future, which focused heavily on jobs and small businesses.
Australian actor Liam Hemsworth has reportedly been offered a starring role in the upcoming sequel to Independence Day.
Former Blink-182 star Tom DeLonge has stepped up his war of words with his ex-bandmate Mark Hoppus by alleging they discussed replacing drummer Travis Barker in 2013.
Rocker Noel Gallagher is glad he never learned to drive a car as his hair-trigger temper would spark frequent bouts of road rage.
Fallen pop star Gary Glitter has told a court he was sexually abused as a child.
Johnny Depp skipped a press conference to promote new movie Mortdecai in Tokyo, Japan on Tuesday because he was sick.
Novak Djokovic's imperious form continues at the year's first Grand Slam, as he chases another Melbourne crown.
Brett Lee's finished his outstanding cricket career with a flourish in the Big Bash final in Canberra.
Former Portugal and Real Madrid player Luis Figo has announced he will challenge incumbent Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency.
Kiwis captain Simon Mannering has been named Player of the Year at New Zealand Rugby League Awards.
Crusaders bosses have reportedly been unable to convince their players to play a proposed Super Rugby match in Fiji in May.
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