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Forecasters say Cyclone Lusi could could hit New Zealand as low as Canterbury, potentially drenching recently flooded Christchurch.
Malaysian authorities have expanded their search for the missing jetliner westward toward India.
Genesis Energy shares will be floated in "a desperate fire sale" to get rid of them before the September 20 election, Labour says.
Labour MP Shane Jones has apologised to Justice Minister Judith Collins for the comments he made about her private life.
Children and parents need a wake-up call about the importance of sleep, say medical experts who are visiting schools in the country.
The young boy was inside the car when a man forced his way in to flee from police.
A dog unhappy about being left in the car while its owners visited a gallery slid into the front seat and blasted the horn.
Like pieces of an unfinished puzzle, the images entered as evidence at the athlete's trial gave a fragmented picture of Reeva Steenkamp's death.
A young Kiwi race car driver is turning to fundraising to help pay for his American motorsport career.
She is refusing to give up hope, but Danica Weeks is also angry about the slow investigation into the missing Malaysia Airlines jet.
Rescuers four additional bodies overnight from the rubble of two Manhattan apartment buildings.
The law allows multiple candidates to run for president, opening the door - at least in theory - to other potential contenders.
A journalist on trial in the phone hacking case says Princess Diana leaked him information, including a royal phone directory.
NZ skier Adam Hall, battling a stomach complaint, has relinquished his Winter Paralympics standing slalom title, finishing outside the medals.
Rapper Lil Wayne has confirmed his upcoming 11th solo album with be his last.
New Zealand Breakers defeated fourth-placed Sydney Kings 106-78 for just their 11th win of the Australian National Basketball League season.
Around 11,000 people are expected to attend the New Zealand Beer Festival in Auckland this weekend.
In Eltham, residents have had to put up with the lingering smell of rotting milk with health concerns now rising.
Bindy Arthur's time at the Limited Service Volunteer programme at Burnham Military Camp.
Metservice's Daniel Corbett gives an explanation as to what we can expect from Tropical cyclone Lusi.
Tristram Clayton went to the ASB trading room to get their take on why rates went up.
Police are investigating after a car collided with a freight train just south of Auckland.
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