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A Burma court has started the trial of a Kiwi charged under the nation's strict religious law after the bar he managed used an image of Buddha to promote a cheap drinks night.
An officer suffered grazes and gashes to his legs, face and arms and has spent the night in hospital after an incident in Clive early this morning.
Tax evaders who leave the country could find the IRD on their tails from the beginning of next month.
Nearly 240 new affordable homes will be built on Government-owned land in Awatea, says Housing Minister Nick Smith.
A warning has been issued about potentially misleading and deceptive advertising about transferring United Kingdom pension scheme entitlements to New Zealand.
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Kenyan MPs have voted in favour of a tough anti-terror bill following a heated debate that sparked a brawl in parliament between opposition and pro-government MPs.
Buckingham Palace says it will remove any items from the 62-piece collection of hunting trophies that could break European Union rules on endangered species.
Students in east Auckland are saying goodbye to the police's longest-serving school community officer.
An exhibit celebrating Air New Zealand's 75 years in flight has touched down at Te Papa.
New safety guidelines have been finalised for water-based adventure tourism operators, but they'll only be voluntary.
Vladimir Putin has attempted to assuage fears of economic collapse and promised rapid recovery.
David Schopf, 21, from Austria was walking between Waitewaewae Hut and Parawai Lodge on Wednesday afternoon when he went missing.
In Havana's historic centre, overjoyed Cubans took to the streets to celebrate the breakthrough in US-Cuban relations. But exiled expats are dismayed.
The Black Caps will be without leading spinner Dan Vettori for tonight's deciding fifth ODI against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi.
Australian actor Jeremy Kewley has been charged with committing more than 100 child sex offences.
The Warriors will play in Wellington for a third successive NRL season, hosting Benji Marshall and the St George Illawarra Dragons.
An overweight man has been charged with animal abuse in Spain after a donkey died after he sat on it at an outdoor nativity scene.
Judd Apatow and Rob Lowe have expressed their outrage at Sony bosses after they decided to scrap plans to release The Interview.
Christchurch woman Deborah Cameron is determined to say thanks to the group of prisoners who helped re-build her quake damaged house.
At just 18 years old, Jake Miller has set up Oompher, a website dedicated to encourage other Kiwis to follow their dreams.
Working as a camera operator on Campbell Live, let alone any news organisation is full-on.
The lie-flat bus trip is quite common overseas, but will local travellers take it up as a new form of transport between Auckland and Wellington?
Tourists cruising on Canterbury's Akaroa Harbour have been treated to the extraordinary sight of rare dolphin calves.
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Anderson deserves a second chance
"How do you recover after having a family member shot dead during a holiday weekend at a ski lodge?"
Anderson deserves a second chance
Stories have begun emerging from the 17 staff and customers who were held in the terrifying hostage ordeal in central Sydney's Lindt Café.
The Black Swan actress portrayed Padme Amidala, the love interest of Anakin Skywalker, in the prequel films from 1999 to 2005, but she struggled to find acting jobs afterwards.
Nick Cannon is reportedly penning Mariah Carey a special Christmas song in an effort to win her back.
Actor David Hasselhoff will perform at a New Year's Eve concert in Berlin, Germany at the iconic spot where he famously sang for freedom.
Chris Rock is terrified cyber-crooks will hack into his emails and show them to the world because he makes offensive jokes "for a living".
Auckland City are out to rekindle their amazing spirit and strength once more to play off for a bronze medal.
Kiwi Le Mans driver Brendon Hartley has just completed his first season as a works driver for Porsche.
New Zealand have continued their slide in the football world rankings, falling to a seven-year low of 134th.
Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams were named as men's and women's World Champions for 2014 by the International Tennis Federation.
Former New Zealand cricket coach John Bracewell is to leave his role as director of cricket for English county side Gloucestershire.
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