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Police officers formed a guard of honour as the bodies of a woman and three children who perished in an Ashburton house were removed today.
A woman is dead and a man has been arrested in Dunedin.
The disgraced high school teacher caught performing an indecent act in a classroom can finally be named.
Two new Special Housing Areas, in Glenbrook and Drury, will provide up to 1800 new homes in Auckland.
Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau has been charged with killing and smuggling native kereru.
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The Highlanders and the Hurricanes had contrasting days today as they count down to tomorrow night's Super Rugby final in Wellington.
A cycle and pedestrian walkway planned for the Auckland Harbour Bridge faces a legal challenge.
Excitement's building in the capital ahead of tomorrow's Super Rugby final between the Hurricanes and the Highlanders.
A seal pup has been basking on the stairs between Pier 2 and Pier 3 since around 8:30am, drawing crowds of people trying to take selfies.
A small Maori Christian school in west Auckland has been forced to shut down after almost 20 years.
Uber is suspending its controversial low-cost UberPOP service in France, six months after it was banned by the govt and following a spate of strikes by taxi drivers.
Former All Blacks fullback Mils Muliaina intends to plead not guilty after being charged with sexual assault by South Wales Police.
A ferry loaded with nearly 200 people has capsized off a central Philippine port, killing at least 38.
There was one predominant theme at tonight's captain and coach's press conference at Westpac Stadium ahead of Saturday's Super Rugby Final.
Eminem made an unlikely appearance when comedian Stephen Colbert interviewed the rapper on a public access cable TV show in Michigan this week.
The Penrith Panthers have made straightforward work of a depleted South Sydney Rabbitohs side, notching a 20-6 win at Pepper Stadium.
The photographer behind a project turning its lens on life in south Auckland has just moved one step closer to realising her dream of publishing a book.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are set for a New Zealand and Australia tour later this year.
The pilot of a passenger plane that crashed in Taiwan, killing 43 people, shut down the aircraft's only working engine seconds before the disaster.
Hold onto your mutts: A pair of Texas-based filmmakers has recreated the Jurassic World trailer replacing dinosaurs, with dachshunds.
Tāreikura's 'Poiyonce' video, featuring 'Move Your Body', is going viral.
A new bar in Auckland has found a way to sidestep the city's new 4am closing time by remaining strictly alcohol-free.
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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Many university students nearing graduation face a conundrum – to travel or work first. How do you make the choice?
Beyonce has made a video showing her dancing in rainbow-coloured clothes to celebrate marriage equality in the US.
Rihanna has made her directorial debut with the violent music video for her new single, 'Bitch Better Have My Money'.
Pop superstar Prince has followed in the footsteps of Taylor Swift by pulling his music from streaming service Spotify.
Associate producer Mark Walton talks awesome characters and levels all with that destructible, rebuildable Lego charm.
It won't just be the rugby that sports fans are focused on in Wellington this weekend.
The hype of the All Blacks' historic first Test against Samoa in Apia next week has Jerome Kaino desperate to make the starting line-up.
Parramatta have confirmed the signing of New Zealand five-eighth Kieran Foran for next year.
New Zealand's under-23 men's soccer team opened their Olympic qualifying campaign with a 2-0 win over the Solomon Islands at Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea on Friday.
Tiger Woods has shaken off a late double-bogey with birdies at his last three holes to post a four-under par 66 in the first round of the Greenbrier Classic.
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