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Jurors will enter the third day of deliberations in the Mark Lundy double-murder case today.
As investigators carry out a post-mortem on a slain Christchurch prisoner, new figures show inmate deaths behind bars have dropped significantly.
Tobacco health researchers have dismissed the industry's claims sharp price increases would lead to black market tobacco flooding across NZ's borders.
Within weeks of a NZ woman starting a relationship with a Christian hip-hop producer in Sydney, her seven-year-old son was allegedly being punished.
Nigeria's main opposition has claimed victory in the country's tense general election as Muhammadu Buhari pulled ahead of Goodluck Jonathan in the vote count.
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Two clouded leopard kittens have been born at the Miami Zoo, a victory in the fight to preserve a vulnerable species.
Daniel Vettori has confirmed his retirement from international cricket.
Winston Peters and John Key squared off in Parliament today as Northland's new MP asked the Prime Minister exactly what National would deliver for the region after losing in its by-election.
Fans have hit back at Jay Z and friends after the musicians launches a social media campaign to promote streaming service Tidal.
An Australian tourist's smartphone has helped her recover her stolen gear as well the passports and belongings of four German tourists about to leave the country.
A US congressional panel investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks has called for Hillary Clinton to testify by May 1.
Investigators say the co-pilot who crashed into the French Alps had been treated for suicidal tendencies before he got his pilot's licence.
International donors have pledged NZ$5.06b to help the people of war-torn Syria.
A huge crowd has packed out Auckland Airport to welcome the Black Caps home after their efforts in the Cricket World Cup final in Melbourne.
Microsoft has released two live-action trailers for Halo 5: Guardians and announced the game's release date: October 27, 2015.
Warriors back rower Ben Henry has once again had his season ended prematurely by injury.
One of the country's longest-running regional TV broadcasters is going off the air for good.
A new survey shows eight out of 10 New Zealanders think children should learn a second language at school, with Mandarin being the most popular choice.
The little round balls of fluff soon grow up to be much-loved pets, but where do these animals come from?
Benton Parata never regained consciousness from a savage attack by other inmates inside Christchurch Prison.
Wellington's new eye-catching air traffic control tower is a celebration of the windy city's creativity.
Fans welcomed home the Black Caps with claps and cheers today at Auckland Airport after their efforts in the Cricket World Cup final in Melbourne.
A truck crash that caused a major cream spill on the Takaka Hill near Golden Bay has seen the nearby river run white with milk.
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Long Road to Freedom
"We first met Teina Pora in a car, parked in some side lane off Queen Street, in the rain."
Long Road to Freedom
A raft of changes to entitlements ranging from national super to paid parental leave are in force.
Zelda Williams has refuted claims she and her siblings removed items from their late father's estate.
Holy smokes Batman! Adam West and Burt Ward have signed up to reprise their roles as Batman and Robin in an upcoming animated film.
X Factor NZ judge Shelton Woolright answers 10 burning questions and surprisingly can't identify notable song lyrics.
As of today, users are able to link their PlayStation Network and Spotify accounts and optionally pay for Spotify Premium through PlayStation.
Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio is set to make her movie debut in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sequel.
Warriors chairman Bill Wavish is urging fans to lobby the Auckland Council over the on-going Mt Smart Stadium saga.
Former No.1 Tiger Woods has hit the bunker and dropped out of the world top 100 for the first time in his career.
World rugby player of the year Brodie Retallick will make his return to Super Rugby for the Chiefs against the Blues this weekend.
All Whites striker Shane Smeltz has been handed a two match ban in football's A-League following a run-in with Wellington Phoenix defender Ben Sigmund.
Central Pulse delivered their strongest performance of this year's trans-Tasman netball league, dominating Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic 49-38 in Wellington.
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