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A New Zealander's drug smuggling trial is set to resume today, with the judges satisfied he is well enough to continue after a health scare.
Hundreds of coal miners at the country's largest opencast coal mine are about to find out if they still have a job.
The extra $98 million the Government has announced for elective surgery is a drop in the bucket, says Labour's Annette King.
A pair who doused an Auckland man in petrol and burnt him alive so they could take his money are due to find out what penalty they'll face.
Prime Minister John Key has told Parliament he raised human rights when he visited Saudi Arabia, which was more than US President Barack Obama did.
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Despite what your parents might tell you, modern music doesn't all sound the same – and now scientists have proved it.
Fan-favourite Matilda Rice has won the heart of The Bachelor NZ, Art Green.
Tauranga's tormented drummer has again reached out to his former band to ask for another chance.
Blues rugby star George Moala has been discharged without conviction for assaulting a man in a boozy Auckland bar attack.
The fate of a young New Zealand man facing the death penalty in China hangs in the balance as his trial for alleged drug smuggling gets under way.
Winston Peters has come up against an unusual adversary in the row over Whanau Ora - his sister Lynette Stewart.
The co-pilot who crashed the Germanwings Airbus in the French Alps had practiced his actions on an earlier flight, a report says.
Britain's political leaders have launched their last day of campaigning for the most unpredictable election in living memory.
Gold Coast Titans forward Greg Bird's dangerous throw charge has been upheld by the NRL judiciary and will miss eight weeks.
The Edge FM host Jay-Jay Harvey has been announced as the first contestant in the upcoming series Dancing with the Stars.
Thousands of dead fish were recently removed from the Rio Olympic rowing venue and it's caused concerns for NZ rowers.
German police have arrested four people accused of belonging to a far-right "terror" organisation.
Football club Austria Vienna's mascot 'Super Leo' appeared to have a few too many drinks as he stumbled onto the field after watching his side win.
The Campbell Live team looked at house listings in New Zealand's largest cities to see what you can get for $600,000.
The ELF bike is a cross between a regular bicycle, an electric bike, and a cargo bike - the question is whether they'll take off.
Tristram Clayton met up with nutritionist Claire Turnbull to see if she could come up with some easy-to-prepare lunches that were healthy and under $5.50.
On Trade Me, there are 879 separate dog and puppy listings, but do buyers know what they're getting, particularly with breeders?
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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To the Saudi King: Stop the beheadings
"To the King of Saudi Arabia: The way your kingdom beheads its citizens for crimes like blasphemy is simply barbaric."
To the Saudi King: Stop the beheadings
A quick look at Australia and New Zealand's rugby league rivalry:
Last night The Bachelor NZ, Art, said goodbye to Invercargill school teacher, Alysha. She talks about her decision to stay on the overnight date, and her plans for the future.
Ryan Gosling has paid tribute to a young man who created a viral video based on the actor's film clips.
The standalone prequel to Wolfenstein: The New Order spans eight chapters and two interconnected stories.
Erhard's observations on being German are brilliant, especially on the stereotype of being obsessed with order.
Beloved New Zealand comedy-drama, Outrageous Fortune, is back and available for the sort of binge-viewing that'd make Munter and Van proud.
Juventus will head to Spain with a lead to defend as they beat Real Madrid 2-1 in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final.
Unfazed by their lowly ranking or so-called Group of Death, former Wallabies captain George Gregan believes "with a bit of lady luck" Australia can win the Rugby World Cup.
The Warriors are making a last-minute plea to the Auckland Council to take a breather on rejigging the city's stadiums.
Konrad Hurrell has been recalled for the Warriors round nine NRL clash with the Cronulla Sharks in Sydney.
The Australian men's hockey team has eased to a comfortable 3-0 win over New Zealand in the Hobart Challenge.
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