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A west Auckland man has admitted murdering his wife and 18-year-old daughter in Ranui earlier this year.
A 14-year-old girl is in a critical condition after diving into a pool and hitting her head.
The three people charged with the murder of Matthew Stevens will spend Christmas in custody after brief appearances in the Hutt Valley District Court.
Kim Dotcom is due to find out the outcome of his bid in the Supreme Court to overturn an earlier ruling which said the 2012 raid was valid.
More than 7,500 people have now died from the Ebola virus, as the number of cases climbs towards 20,000.
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It's been a vintage 12 months for odd news - here's 10 of the best 3 News covered in 2014.
The United States urged North Korea on Monday to admit it ordered a cyberattack on the Hollywood studio Sony Pictures and to pay for the damage it had caused.
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel has been bombarded with French fries and squirted with mayonnaise by activists.
Several people have been killed and a number of others injured in Glasgow when a garbage truck ploughed into Christmas shoppers.
A waterfront convention centre and hotel is now on the cards in Wellington after plans for a development elsewhere in the capital were ditched.
China has condemned "cyber terrorism" after the US pledged to consider officially labelling North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism.
A 52-year-agreement between Ngati Tuwharetoa and Mighty River Power has been reached for water stored in Lake Taupo.
A man who ploughed into pedestrians shouting "Allahu Akbar" had a history of mental illness and had no known links to jihadist groups.
Lydia Ko is expected to opt out of playing in Thailand and instead tee it up at her sixth-straight New Zealand Women's Open.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd is determined to clear his name and return to the band after his upcoming court case.
Former Wallabies winger and crowd favourite Nick Cummins is set to return to Australia and play for the Western Force.
The Mazda3 has followed its win as New Zealand's car of the year to win the popular vote as well.
The painkiller has been found to extend the lives of worms and flies by the equivalent of about 12 years in human terms.
On the last show of the year, the Campbell Live family from all around NZ came together to remember the best moments of 2014.
Christchurch woman Deborah Cameron is determined to say thanks to the group of prisoners who helped re-build her quake damaged house.
At just 18 years old, Jake Miller has set up Oompher, a website dedicated to encourage other Kiwis to follow their dreams.
Working as a camera operator on Campbell Live, let alone any news organisation is full-on.
Tourists cruising on Canterbury's Akaroa Harbour have been treated to the extraordinary sight of rare dolphin calves.
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Anderson deserves a second chance
"How do you recover after having a family member shot dead during a holiday weekend at a ski lodge?"
Anderson deserves a second chance
You may have forgotten already, either intentionally or not, there was a general election this year. It got pretty crazy, some would even say it reached "peak cray".
Charlie Sheen is looking forward to "the next chapter" after his TV show was axed.
Rapper Iggy Azalea has been targeted by hackers on Twitter who have threatened to release a rumoured sex tape if she does not apologise to Azealia Banks.
Lady Gaga has recruited industry heavyweights Nile Rodgers and Diane Warren to give her next album a major boost, according to reports.
Blues and rock singer Joe Cocker has died, aged 70, after a long battle with lung cancer.
Phoenix skipper Andrew Durante says his side has the belief to go on and win the A-League after a 2-0 away victory over Sydney FC.
Leeds defender Giuseppe Bellusci was charged with misconduct by the FA after allegedly making racist comments to Norwich striker Cameron Jerome.
Australia's world No.3 golfer Adam Scott has chosen Zimbabwean Mike Kerr to be his full-time caddie replacing Kiwi Steve Williams.
Alastair Cook tried to take his mind off his shock World Cup snub as the deposed England one-day captain stepped up at the World Darts Championships.
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