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Greens’ Auckland co-convener, Vernon Tava, reveals he’s throwing his hat in the ring for the Greens co-leadership.
The West Coast is bracing for more rain after a deluge caused surface flooding and slips yesterday.
Angry with his partner, a Tokoroa man pinned her down, turned on an LPG cylinder, picked up a cigarette lighter and threatened to blow her up.
The 65-year-old Auckland man fell 100m to 150m near Mackinnon Pass, the highest point on the track.
The National Party is deploying its heavy hitters in a bid to retain the Northland seat in a by-election.
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Jeremy Corbett and Paul Ego take a wry look at the week that was in politics.
Thousands of people opposed to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement are expected to join protests organised around the country.
The Homegrown music festival has been postponed until tomorrow when better weather is expected.
Buckingham Palace confirmed Prince Charles and Prince Harry will represent the royal family at the centenary Anzac dawn service in Gallipoli.
The family of murdered man Ihaia Gillman-Harris are terrified one of his alleged killers is on the run.
South Korean police have charged the man behind a shocking knife attack on the US ambassador with attempted murder.
Authorities have warned people to stay out of Ashley Rakahuri River north of Christchurch following the discovery of toxic blue-green algae.
The Islamic State group's bulldozing of the ancient city of Nimrud in Iraq has been condemned by the United Nations as a "war crime".
Cedric Jackson scored 22 points as the New Zealand Breakers beat the Cairns Taipans 86-71 in Game One of the ANBL Grand Finals.
The band Mogwai is playing in Wellington tonight and Auckland tomorrow as part of their world tour.
The Highlanders have stolen an unlikely 20-17 win against the Chiefs in their fourth round Super Rugby match at Waikato Stadium in Hamilton.
For the first time ever, a group of British scientists have given 20 volunteers LSD followed by a brain scan to see what happens to them.
Flexible workplace arrangements for working mums are essential to support women in their careers, says the Minister for Women Louise Upston.
Asian law specialist Professor Tim Lindsey says that there is a double standard within Indonesia's death sentencing laws.
Judith Collins boogied her way on to the stage to dance with Elvis impersonator Ben Portsmouth during his first concert.
After contacting Campbell Live, concerned for his taxi-driver father's safety, Rafay Basharat was honoured in his school assembly.
A year on, as the world wonders what happened to Flight MH370, the family of victims of a Kiwi aviation mystery are still haunted almost four decades later.
A Hamilton couple who confiscated the keys of an out-of-control foreign driver have captured the incident on camera.
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Opinion: Teina Pora retrial pointless
"It is pointless re-trying Teina Pora for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett, and the New Zealand Police know it."
Opinion: Teina Pora retrial pointless
This Sunday is International Women's Day and people all over the world will gather to celebrate women.
Movie hardman Sylvester Stallone is taking his The Expendables franchise to TV for a new action drama.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is set to meet the cast and crew of hit period drama Downton Abbey during a special visit to the set.
Troubled pop star Justin Bieber vowed to turn his life around after a police raid on his home last year.
Will Smith pairs up with Aussie it-girl Margot Robbie in his latest movie as a pair of con-artists who fall in love.
A tremor ran through Hollywood, the force and social media this afternoon, as word broke that actor Harrison Ford had crashed flying a vintage warbird plane.
India have remained unbeaten at the Cricket World Cup with a four wicket win over the West Indies, though the defending champions run chase was far from easy.
Daly Cherry Evans will join the Gold Coast next year on a three-year NRL deal.
New Zealand cyclist Jesse Sergent has underlined his time trial ability with a second-place finish in the prologue stage of a three-day tour in Belgium.
Semi Radradra proved there will be life at Parramatta after Jarryd Hayne as the blockbusting winger scored a hat-trick to spearhead the Eels' 42-12 rout of Manly.
Exiled England batsman Kevin Pietersen on Saturday revealed he has received offers from several prospective English county employers.
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