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The Privy Council in London will tonight decide whether to quash Tenia Pora's conviction for the murder of Susan Burdett more than 20 years ago.
A Wellington police officer has suffered cuts to his head after he was attacked with a bottle of booze following a petty robbery in the central city.
More bodies of lost climbers will surface at the foot of Tasman Glacier as the ice retreats and the lake expands, an alpine expert says.
More Kiwi drivers are taking the law into their own hands, with yet another tourist driver having their car keys snatched off them over the weekend.
Russian investigators are scrambling to track down the killers of Boris Nemtsov as fresh details emerge about the most shocking political assassination of Vladimir Putin's rule.
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A punk band featuring musicians with learning disabilities will represent Finland at this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna, Austria.
Drinking coffee at cafes makes you more sophisticated and it's worth going out of the way for a good one, a new study has revealed.
Five Japanese men have become sick after eating poisonous puffer fish, an official says.
A Hawke's Bay credit union has been ordered to pay $168,000 to a former employee after it breached her privacy around an expletively-iced cake.
Police were interviewing a 17-year-old after the car he was driving went off the road and down a bank, killing one of his passengers.
Bangladeshi security officials say they have arrested an Islamist over last week's murder of the atheist US blogger Avijit Roy.
John Kerry has warned Israel's prime minister against publicly revealing details of an Iran nuclear deal that world powers are in the process of negotiating.
Onlookers were shocked and outraged when a homeless man was shot dead by LA police officers, with a video of the incident being posted online.
The World Cup is in its first official rest day, and the Black Caps can put their feet up and reflect on a perfect start.
Bruce Lee's daughter has signed on to produce a new biopic about the martial arts movie legend, marking the first project to be made with the family's full involvement.
Together they lock the Chiefs scrum, but from May, Matt Symons will be eligible to join Brodie Retallick in an All Blacks pack.
Five houses and an upmarket hotel have been destroyed and dozens of people evacuated from their homes as wildfires raged through Cape Town's scenic southern peninsula.
The parents of a man who died of a stroke were left horrified when they discovered a text on his phone from the hospital where he died asking him to rate his experience.
More employees on zero-hour contracts have contacted Campbell Live complaining of how their employers can't even promise them half a shift.
John Sellwood investigates whether Christchurch homes could be facing serious problems involving sub-standard earthquake repairs.
Masterton Mayor Lyn Patterson, Carterton Mayor John Booth, and South Wairarapa Mayor Adrienne Staples all see no benefit at all joining the regions together.
Ali Ikram met up with Auckland Council's parks manager to ask whose job it is to keep walkways, parks and reserves around the city clean and tidy.
A Hamilton couple who confiscated the keys of an out-of-control foreign driver have captured the incident on camera.
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Blog: The X Factor NZ, episode eight
"Last night we saw the over-25s and the groups perform to a packed Vector Arena."
Blog: The X Factor NZ, episode eight
Samsung announced its new flagship phone the Galaxy S6 this morning, along with its even sexier brother the S6 Edge.
Taylor Swift has vowed to never talk publicly about fellow pop star Katy Perry amid rumours of a raging feud between the two singers.
James Franco is pleased he doesn't bring in enough money to make him worth following by paparazzi.
Justin Bieber rang in his 21st birthday by partying with friends on a private island in the Caribbean on Saturday night.
Rapper Kanye West has fallen victim to a high-profile internet hoax after pranksters linked his Wikipedia page to a website called Loser.com.
Beyonce, Ed Sheeran and Miley Cyrus are amongst the finalists for the 2015 YouTube Music Awards.
It was supposed to be a Melbourne Victory celebration, but Wellington Phoenix spoiled the party with a stunning 3-2 win at AAMI Park.
England's faltering World Cup campaign suffered another blow after a target of 310 was chased down by Sri Lanka with nine wickets to spare.
Trent Merrin is expected to put pen to paper with a new club before the NRL season kicks off this week.
Robbie Henshaw's first Test try kept alive Ireland's Grand Slam hopes as the defending Six Nations champions beat England 19-9 at Lansdowne Road.
Minor premiers Cairns Taipans have advanced into a NBL finals series with New Zealand Breakers after completing a straight games semi-finals win over defending champions Perth Wildcats.
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