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Teina Pora was "initially speechless" after the Privy Council quashed his convictions for murdering and raping Susan Burdett, his lawyer says.
A New Zealander charged with insulting Buddhism in a drinks promotion at a bar in Burma's capital will soon have the court's judgement handed down to him.
A Black Power gang member who fatally stabbed a Mongrel Mob "wannabe" in Taupo is to learn his prison sentence.
The New Zealand dollar will mark a quiet little milestone today- 30 years of floating on its own.
Power prices shouldn't rise too much this year, and some people could even see their bills drop, the Electricity Authority says.
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A volcano in southern Chile has begun erupting, forcing the evacuation of some 3000 people in nearby villages.
Doctors may be underestimating the risks to patients from long-term use of paracetamol, the world's most popular painkiller.
Teina Pora's legal team have responded to the Privy Council's decision to quash his convictions.
Jarryd Hayne admits he has a long way to go to realise his dream of playing in the NFL after signing with the San Francisco 49ers.
The Teina Pora case shows New Zealand needs a criminal cases review panel, says the head of the University of Canterbury's law school.
Benjamin Netanyahu has declared that the deal being negotiated between world powers and Iran will leave Tehran free to develop nuclear weapons.
Dairy product prices rose in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction, as gains in the price of butter and cheddar outweighed declines in the price of whole milk powder.
Edward Snowden, the fugitive whistleblower who has been given refuge in Russia, is willing to return to the United States if he is given a fair trial.
Joseph Parker's set to come out swinging in Thursday night's heavyweight clash with Jason Pettaway.
Influential British heavy metal band Judas Priest have played their first ever show in Auckland at Westfest.
Glen Jackson hopes to be one of two New Zealand referees at the Rugby World Cup later this year.
Thousands of mourners have paid a last homage to slain Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, who was gunned down near the Kremlin last week.
The parents of a man who died of a stroke were left horrified when they discovered a text on his phone from the hospital where he died asking him to rate his experience.
Employment Minister Michael Woodhouse has raised his concerns over zero-hour contracts and has encouraged employers to "rethink their rostering practices".
Measles is spreading across the United States, despite the country having eradicated the disease a decade ago, so could such an outbreak happen in New Zealand?
Instead of heading into another cold and damp winter in their earthquake-damaged home, the Street family are now celebrating in their new abode.
Julian Lee left the office for a day of beekeeping, protective suite and all, in Maraetai, east of Auckland.
A Hamilton couple who confiscated the keys of an out-of-control foreign driver have captured the incident on camera.
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New Zealand's top boxer Joseph Parker takes on unheralded American Jason Pettaway in South Auckland on Thursday night.
Black Books star Dylan Moran will be bringing his new show Off the Hook to Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton and Wellington in August.
Taylor Swift has vowed to never talk publicly about fellow pop star Katy Perry amid rumours of a raging feud between the two singers.
James Franco is pleased he doesn't bring in enough money to make him worth following by paparazzi.
Rapper Kanye West has fallen victim to a high-profile internet hoax after pranksters linked his Wikipedia page to a website called Loser.com.
Beyonce, Ed Sheeran and Miley Cyrus are amongst the finalists for the 2015 YouTube Music Awards.
Star batsman Steve Smith has sent a scare through Australian cricket side after being struck on his left hand at training on Tuesday.
They've won three titles in four years but the New Zealand Breakers are going into uncharted territory for this year's NBL finals series.
Lydia Ko's New Zealand diversion hasn't had an impact on her No.1 world ranking.
Former All Black Rene Ranger will return to the Blues next season and will play for North Harbour in this year's ITM Cup.
Sunderland have suspended England winger Adam Johnson after he was arrested on suspicion of having sex with an under-age girl.
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