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A NZ man who was lured to Bali by online love and was arrested for drug trafficking has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
NZ is set to get the biggest boost to its transport network ever, with the release of the $13.9 billion National Land Transport Programme - but the Government has gone back on its promise of 10 new bridges for Northland.
A battle has broken out within New Zealand First over who will be deputy - and possible successor - to leader Winston Peters.
A woman has been killed and two others injured after two cars collided on the Desert Road south of Turangi.
There's nervousness in Southland ahead of an expected announcement from the owners of the Tiwai Point Aluminium Smelter.
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Are New South Wales playing dirty by trying to use a selection loophole to avoid the judiciary? Hosts Sam Ackerman and Jerome Ropati break it down.
A war of words has broken out after a Hawke's Bay student says she was suspended for giving a speech criticising teachers and the school system
In what was meant to be a publicity exercise, Fifty Shades of Grey author EL James has been shamed on Twitter.
The Hurricanes are making an effort to stop scalpers flogging tickets for the Super Rugby final at an inflated price by limiting the amount being sold online.
Anyone going on holiday to Greece is being warned - take cash, and lots of it, because the country's finances are collapsing.
Organisations against family violence are concerned at New Zealand's rising rates of reported cases and say all of society must pitch in to combat the problem.
The video shows the remarkable bravery of the hotel workers and Tunisian locals who were trying to save foreign guests from a gunman.
Tunisia says it has made its first arrests after a beach massacre that killed 38 people in the country's worst jihadist attack.
Two years after the army ousted president Mohamed Morsi, Egypt has regressed into "all-out repression", Amnesty International says.
Motorbike racer Niklas Ajo was lucky just to finish the latest race of the Moto GP 3 series in the Netherlands.
Pop rivals Katy Perry and Taylor Swift have been named among Forbes magazine's highest-paid celebrities of 2015.
The Black Caps and Australia have agreed to a new schedule that will see them play 28 ODIs and 10 Tests over the next seven years.
Putting a tax on fizzy drinks to combat obesity isn't the best way to go, Prime Minister John Key says.
A new breed of drone enthusiasts are developing racing machines which give users an exhilarating out-of-body experience.
Dunedin illustrator Mark Leggett's Twitter account has amused Seth MacFarlane so much he wants him to write for Family Guy.
A family visiting Yellowstone National Park in Montana found they were suddenly the star attraction when the wildlife they'd come to see, walked up and rapped on their windows.
This week Google took its Street View technology off-road and straight up the imposing, 914-metre wall of El Capitan.
The wheels on a Wellington bus went round and round, and then one came loose during the rush hour morning commute today.
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McKay Chat: Big All Blacks calls come later
"Naming a 41-man All Blacks squad has given Steve Hansen some breathing space as he contemplates the squad that really matters in 2015."
McKay Chat: Big All Blacks calls come later
Five riders set to challenge at the Tour de France, beginning July 4 in Utrecht, Netherlands:
Everything looks improved upon, including the core mechanic problems that have long plagued this franchise.
Comic book icon Stan Lee is recovering after he was hospitalised on Sunday.
Duran Duran's new album Paper Gods will feature Lindsay Lohan, Janelle Monae and Chic star Nile Rodgers.
Justin Bieber has jetted to Australia to attend a five-day religious conference in Sydney.
Tom Cruise has been confirmed once again for the long-awaited Top Gun sequel - and this time his ace fighter pilot character will be tackling drones.
Scalpers are coming under fire as rugby fans desperately try to get their hands on tickets to this weekend's Super 15 final.
New Zealand's cricketers are apprehensive about playing Australia in the world's first day-night Test.
Marina Erakovic has crashed to her third first-round exit at a grand slam tournament this year.
Petr Cech has agreed to join Arsenal from Premier League champions Chelsea on a "long-term contract for an undisclosed fee".
Bruce Edgar has been named coach of Wellington, 25 years after ending an acclaimed 15-season playing career for the association.
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