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A letter from a former spy boss contradicts John Key's assertion he knew nothing about SIS info being released to Cameron Slater.
A fisherman has been taken to hospital with chest pains after heavy seas prevented him being rescued from a boat off the coast of Auckland.
An anonymous hacker is in charge of the campaign agenda and more emails taken from Cameron Slater's computer are expected in the next 24 hours.
A common breast cancer treatment for post-menopausal women may be less effective if the patient is obese, a new study has found.
The US President paid tribute to executed journalist James Foley and said the Islamic State must be defeated.
A global movement to inspire women to start programming has held its first workshop in Auckland.
Ryan Crotty will make his first All Blacks start after being named as the replacement for the injured Ma'a Nonu.
National and Labour's 2014 political party ads have so far been unsurprising - advertising guru Mike Hutcheson joins Paul to dissect the advertisement...
Vloggers are getting such a following they're becoming as popular as movie stars and making a fortune out of their fame.
A girl who grew up amid violence and alcohol had to act as mother to her younger sister, and eventually she was sent to a foster home.
The armed wing of Hamas has warned foreign airlines against flying into Tel Aviv, threatening to step up its six-week conflict with Israel.
The discovery of the Tuatara's long-lost cousin shows the living fossil wasn't the only one of its kind to survive an asteroid hit which wiped out dinosaurs.
Russia will need to spend billions of dollars in the coming years subsidising farmers to avoid a shortage caused by its ban on most Western foods.
Seventeen players from Cronulla's 2011 squad have been handed show-cause notices from the ASADA.
Jackie Chan says he was enraged, shocked and ashamed after hearing about his son Jaycee's drug arrest.
Lance Armstrong says he would still be issuing strident denials if he hadn't been caught and then forced to admit to using performance-enhancing drugs.
If you haven't heard the satirical hit song 'Planet Key' yet, you're running out of time – it's being wiped from the internet this afternoon.
There are currently only two qualified examiners in New Zealand, and not surprisingly they're keen to see greater use of lie detectors in the country....
One Otago University student has come up with a better way to raise money, and it's changing lives all over the world.
For one Rotorua couple getting engaged didn't quite come off as either had planned, yet it all ended up happening in the most wonderful way.
EQC has breached statutory reporting requirements by failing to deliver a statement of performance expectations for the coming year.
Ceasefire a tense wait for Gazans
Gaza is once again in a holding pattern as the population counts down to yet another ceasefire deadline.
Ceasefire a tense wait for Gazans
Where the snow's falling this weekend
'Explosive' SIS letter - a threat to Brand Key?
Miley bringing tongue slide, hot dog to NZ
Nigeria smash Korea for U20 final spot
Orange Is The New Black emerged successful at the Creative Arts Emmys 2014 last ...
Forbes top earning models 2013/14
Akld's orangutans celebrate special day
"I am the future of strength!" screamed Bjornsson as he was named Europe's Strongest Man.
Kiwi Miley Cyrus fans will be glad to know the pop star is bringing her tongue slide and giant hot dog to NZ.
Tom Cruise braced the cold as eight buckets of icy water were poured over his head when he undertook the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
There are now 1 million more reasons fans should head to Cricket World Cup matches in New Zealand next year.
Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic have been named the top seeds at the US Open.
Junior Warriors forward James Bell has copped a three-match ban after a NRL judicial found him guilty of spitting blood at an opposition player.
Slater's 'feral' post still hurts
Pressure building on PM
National, Whale Oil behind sneaky MP photos
Sea shooting victims may be Somali pirates
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