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The man accused of murdering Connor Morris outside a west Auckland party has pleaded not guilty.
There were times when last night's battle between John Key and David Cunliffe felt less like a debate and more like a shouting match.
A second video has been released online showing what appears to be Islamic State militants beheading another US journalist.
CCTV footage has reportedly captured the gunman entering and leaving the Ashburton Work and Income office.
Fighting in Ukraine has driven over half a million people from their homes, the UN refugee agency says.
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There were chaotic scenes at an outdoor market in Liberia after an Ebola victim escaped a treatment centre in search of food.
Cee Lo Green temporarily deactivated his Twitter account after followers took aim at him for ill-advised rape comments.
A German court has slapped an injunction on the popular car pick-up service Uber.
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Christchurch whitebaiters have been told their catch could be swimming in rivers containing sewage overflows.
A Spanish judge has ordered the immediate release of the British parents arrested for taking their ill son out of hospital.
David Cunliffe, Kim Dotcom and 50 women called Kate will be among the first voters to hit the ballot boxes.
A dry summer in England has offered new insights into how Stonehenge might have originally been constructed.
The Tall Blacks have been predictably outclassed 98-71 by basketball powerhouse nation USA at the FIBA World Cup in Spain.
The man who directed Once Were Warriors is seeking $500,000 from the public for his next film through a crowdfunding scheme.
Former All Black Ben Tameifuna has some explaining to do in the eyes of ITM Cup officials after pushing over a referee.
The bridal gown Princess Diana wore when she wed Britain's Prince Charles in 1981 is set to be handed over to her sons.
It's a question parents have debated for more than a decade - at what age should their kids be allowed to have their own cell phones?
Schools across New Zealand are now planning for the future with school vegetable gardens and teaching the value of food.
Chief executive Julie Chapman joins John Campbell to address viewer comments on the empty fridges featured on the show.
The Great New Zealand Cookbook is filled with cheap Kiwi recipes and for every book sold from Whitcoulls over the next week, $5 will go to KidsCan.
At six schools across New Zealand, the kids themselves photographed their fridges - the emptiness was disturbing.
Opinion: John 'Bantam' Key takes debate
"It was a real street-fighter debate. Toe to toe, and blow for stuff."
Opinion: John 'Bantam' Key takes debate
The election is still two-and-a-half weeks away, but the first votes will be cast today as advance voting officially opens throughout the country.
Supernatural thriller Housebound is released in theatres tomorrow, but if you're worried it'll be a bit too scary for your liking, think again.
Daniel Rutledge discusses The Illusionists 2.0, Queen with Adam Lambert and new video-on-demand options for New Zealanders.
An open letter to calling for an end to abuse and harassment from gamers has collected over 2000 signatures from developers and publishers.
Troubled singer Chris Brown has escaped further jail time after pleading guilty to an assault charge.
The Warriors have named an unchanged starting team for what could be their last game of the NRL season against Penrith in Sydney on Sunday.
Another European-based player, Ryan Thomas, has been ruled out of the All Whites' match against Uzbekistan in Tashkent.
Mahe Drysdale has described his silver medal at the World Rowing Championships as 'bittersweet' after seeing positives in the result.
Colombian striker Radamel Falcao said that he had fulfilled "a dream" after completing a loan move to Manchester United from Monaco.
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