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Two weeks after Labour officially kicked off its campaign, National is holding its campaign launch in south Auckland this afternoon.
The Police Commissioner is speaking to a forum on diversity in Christchurch after he apologised to Tuhoe and the Ruatoki community.
The Green Party says it's considering a water tax on farmers, but it's not saying how much.
Local iwi have come up with a unique plan to restore the area, with the help of 20,000 green-lipped mussels.
If a Kiwi bloke called Chris Malloy gets his way, we may soon be able to fly like a Star Wars character – through the air on a hover bike.
The All Blacks have retained the Bledisloe Cup for an 11th year with an emphatic 51-20 win over the Wallabies in Auckland.
The annual Baby Show has truly come of age and is celebrating its 21st birthday.
One of the most photographed animals on Ecuador's Galapagos Islands, Pepe the tortoise, has died from organ failure at the age of 60.
Political parties' campaign adverts have started playing but have they got their messages right?
A team from Plant and Food Research have come up with a way to cultivate white truffles on pine tree roots.
The White House has accused a Chinese fighter jet of a dangerous intercept with a US surveillance plane.
A King Country man has been jailed for nearly a year after images of children being sexually abused were found on his computer.
The US says the Islamic State is "beyond anything" it has seen as US warplanes pressed on with air strikes against it.
Counties Manukau have locked the Ranfurly Shield away for another week after beating Otago 29-25 in Pukekohe.
The man who shot dead Beatles star John Lennon has been denied parole for an eighth time.
Michael McGlinchey’s agent, James Hardy, has slammed the FFA, accusing them of 'moving the goalposts'.
Jeremy Corbett and Paul Ego's satirical take on the week's news.
In the last five years NZ drivers have amassed a whopping 4.3 million speeding fines - that almost one for every man, woman and child.
Once our second-largest tourism market, the number of British visiting here has been shrinking by 50,000 a year.
Yesterday NZEI members voted to reject National's flagship Investing in Educational Success proposal – 93 percent of members voted against the policy.
Many of us, such as John Campbell, have never stopped loving The Chills and 33 years on they are still going strong in around the world.
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Perhaps no frontman could compare to Freddie Mercury, but Adam Lambert does his best to honour the rock legend on stage with Queen.
Cirque du Soleil is renowned for leading the way among big top spectacles and its current touring show Totem does not disappoint.
The Last Saint is the directing debut of former Shortland Street star Rene Naufahu, with a film that's very much a family affair.
Star halfback Shaun Johnson is backing the Warriors to bounce back from a disappointing defeat and keep their NRL play-off fate in their own hands.
New All Whites coach Anthony Hudson wants to undergo a crash course in New Zealand culture, with a lesson from All Blacks counterpart Steve Hansen high on his priority list.
Parramatta have produced one of their best second-half performances in years to come from behind and beat NRL table-toppers Manly 22-12.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen continued to rub salt into deep Wallaby wounds after Saturday night's six-try Bledisloe Cup destruction.
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