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The nation's temperature gauge is dropping, with weather forecasters warning everyone from Southland to Northland to rug up.
Greek banks will remain closed until Wednesday with limits on daily withdrawals unchanged after 61 percent voted against further austerity measures in a referendum.
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The public are being given their say on what they think New Zealand's spy agencies should be doing to protect the country and how they should be doing it.
One of four men charged with a Woodville murder has had his 24-hour bail curfew relaxed as he awaits trial.
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Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 to obtaining Quaaludes with the intention of drugging a woman he wanted to have sex with, according to court documents.
Wellington Rugby Sevens organisers are trying to win back the hearts and minds of supporters, by targeting their hip pocket.
British rocker Damon Albarn was carried offstage by security guards at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark on Sunday after refusing to end his five-hour set.
The All Blacks' long-awaited visit to Samoa has begun with a booming airport welcome.
Around 300 rugby balls from a storeroom in Dunedin will be winging their way to Samoa to be donated to kids in the village of Vaiala.
Nearly 50 percent of all interactions between the public and Government agencies are done online - an increase of nearly a third since 2012.
New Zealand isn't ruling out changes to the funding it gives to Nauru's government, amid concerns about the small Pacific Island state's democracy.
A bomb has fallen from an Iraqi Sukhoi warplane and exploded in eastern Baghdad because of a "technical problem", killing at least eight people.
The All Blacks have touched down in Samoa ahead of their historic test match against the island nation.
The new Amy Winehouse film has broken opening weekend records in the UK, scoring the biggest ever debut for a British documentary.
Kiwi rider Greg Henderson was left battered and bruised as a huge crash tainted the third stage of the Tour de France.
More than one million Catholics have gathered so far at a site in Ecuador for the first open-air mass of Pope Francis' three-nation trip to South America.
In what may appear to be a slightly self-defeating protest, a Rotorua man is going on hunger strike because ACC won't fund his weight-loss surgery.
The decisive moment in arguably the greatest ever Super Rugby final has split opinion in the rugby public.
The orphaned baby daughter of All Black Jerry Collins and partner Alana Madill is well enough to return to Canada with her relatives.
Questions have been raised in the case of a Dunedin psychiatrist jailed for poisoning his wife, after international medical experts disputed the jury's finding and new confessions emerged.
A semicolon tattoo craze that has nothing to do with grammar has taken off worldwide, but is yet to hit Kiwi shores.
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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Travelling to Samoa with the All Blacks
"You could almost hear the buzz over the roar of the engines."
Travelling to Samoa with the All Blacks
If you drive a Honda Torneo you have the highest risk of it being stolen, after it topped AA Insurance's list of top 10 stolen cars in New Zealand for the fourth consecutive year.
Snoop Dogg has become embroiled in a legal battle in India as members of a religious group fight to ban his new music video.
The Grateful Dead's final show in Chicago, Illinois on Sunday was nearly marred by tragedy after a fan plunged from a railing inside the venue.
Newlyweds Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis exchanged vows in a secluded garden in California over the United States' Independence Day weekend.
Brazilian heavy rocker Igor Cavalera has urged the members of his former band Sepultura to call it quits.
Rory McIlroy could miss the defence of his British Open crown after announcing on his Twitter account Monday that he had ruptured a ligament in his left ankle.
Andy Murray has slayed Croatian giant Ivo Karlovic to make the Wimbledon quarter-finals, while French Open champion Stan Wawrinka also advanced.
Towering lock Dominic Bird has turned his back on the Crusaders to sign a two-year deal with the Chiefs.
An attempt by England's governing Football Association to tweet its praise for their bronze medal-winning team at the Women's World Cup backfired.
Newcastle have secured their best halfback since Andrew Johns's retirement after Trent Hodkinson signed a three-year deal with the Knights.
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