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Mark Lundy's been through every level of New Zealand's courts; it's one of the most expensive cases the country has seen and it might not be over yet.
Three men have been charged with murder following the death of a Christchurch prisoner.
The public are increasingly reporting dangerous, careless or reckless holiday drivers and police are encouraging them to keep it up this Easter weekend.
Two rowing coaches have resigned from St Bede's College, blasting the school for an "over-the-top reaction" to student antics ahead of the recent Maadi Cup regatta.
Legal highs won't be sold in Auckland near schools, mental health and substance abuse centres, maraes and vulnerable communities, under the council's new plan.
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Remember a song called 'Planet Key'? And how it upset the Electoral Commission, which had it banned during last year's election campaign?
Jockey Lewis Ferguson has walked away from a spectacular fall from his horse.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower says Winston Peters' victory in Northland was "epic" and a whipping for the Government.
There is nothing 'sweet' about Air New Zealand's most recent April fool's joke with three unsuspecting All Blacks.
Kiwi parents who have children with autism are now able to share videos, learn and communicate with other parents after a world-first website was launched today.
A shocking video has emerged of a Perth woman allegedly abusing her African neighbours.
Christchurch is about to join a host of other major cities with a public bike-sharing programme.
Iraq has vowed to reclaim the entire country from jihadists after having liberated the city of Tikrit, its biggest boost yet in the fight against IS.
The new smaller, cheaper boat that will sail for the America's Cup in 2017 has been unveiled.
A poster from the 1931 movie adaptation of Frankenstein has fetched US$323,000 at auction.
Ryan Hoffman can see the irony, after 11 seasons and 245 appearances for Melbourne, the new Warriors back-rower will bring up game 250 against the Storm.
Wellington Fashion Week, which was due to kick off next week, has been cancelled.
In Tech Bytes today we've got insect-inspired robots, a pen for people with Parkinson's and drones for Star Wars fans.
Tristan Brebner, otherwise known as Mr B, has been a principal at schools around Bay of Plenty and Gisborne since the 1960s.
Three Christchurch families are the winners of UNICEF and Campbell Live's Devonport Chocolate bunnies, which were auctioned off to raise money for victims of Cyclone Pam.
The Campbell Live team sent Julian Lee - also known as Julio - to the Kidd's Cakes and Bakery in Christchurch for the day to try and learn the tricks of the trade.
Wellington company Wipster is hoping to add its name to that slowly growing list of genuine success stories.
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 timeline of the Mark Lundy case from the 2000 murders of his wife and daughter to his 2015 retrial.
Leonardo DiCaprio may lead a film about a police officer suspected of planting a bomb at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996.
Supermodel-turned-actress Milla Jovovich and her filmmaker husband Paul WS Anderson have become parents for a second time.
Jamie Dornan took method acting to another level when he stalked women in preparation for his role as a serial killer on UK crime drama The Fall.
Massachusetts-born Mark Wahlberg is set to produce a movie based on the horrific 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes is considering reviving the show in 10 years' time to revisit the characters in the 1970s.
Charles Piutau admits his dream of representing the All Blacks at this year's Rugby World Cup is now out of his hands.
Former All Black Daryl Gibson has been promoted to NSW Waratahs head coach for the 2016 Super Rugby season.
Daniel Vettori has been announced as coach of Big Bash League franchise the Brisbane Heat for the next three seasons.
Serena Williams has booked her semi-final berth in Miami with the 700th match win of her career.
Mustafa Kamal has resigned as president of the International Cricket Council after he was prevented from presenting the World Cup trophy.
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