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Labour leader Andrew Little is this morning about to unveil a front bench he's promising to refresh in a year.
Recruiting for Kiwis to join an Australian mission in Sierra Leone to fight Ebola has so far attracted expressions of interest from 34 people.
Around 50 people have been killed and 60 others wounded when a suicide blast hit crowds at a volleyball game in eastern Afghanistan.
Hundreds of thousands of people have been warned that melting snow could lead to heavy flooding in parts of the US northeast.
Dutch experts have completed the recovery of wreckage from the crash site of downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine.
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An insurance company's refusal to pay for an Auckland woman's stolen goods has sparked warnings your cover may not be all that it seems.
The mother of a newborn baby found abandoned in a stormwater drain is being questioned by police.
Beyoncé Knowles has reportedly reached "tipping point" over rumours surrounding her marriage.
Some of the earliest surviving films celebrating the history of the Ngai Tahu people are being packaged up and going on tour.
The Sky Tower in Auckland will be lit up in white tonight as part of a campaign against domestic violence.
Lorde may be about to add new awards to her already impressive list at the American Music Awards.
Controversy has clouded Bahrain's first election since Sunni authorities crushed protests led by the Gulf monarchy's Shi'ite majority.
Israel's government has endorsed a proposal to put in law the country's status as the national homeland of the Jewish people.
Lewis Hamilton clinched his second Formula One world championship when he won Sunday's season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
British singer Lily Allen refused to take part in Bob Geldof's latest Band Aid single because she fears the charity project comes across as "a bit smug".
Roger Federer gave Switzerland their first Davis Cup title by defeating Richard Gasquet of France in straight sets in the first of the final's reverse singles.
Torben Akel takes the political pulse of Tonga ahead of the country's second election since democratic reforms were introduced.
The Tesla Model S electric car has landed in New Zealand – one of them anyway. An Auckland man has had to jump through hoops to get one here.
The Government has launched an investigation into the practice of docking the pay of service station employees for drive-offs.
No one wants to have their pay docked, but in Vancouver, it was an action that cost a young man his life and prompted a law change.
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It's been revealed that a Masterton service station has been forcing it's staff to pay for losses when people drive off without paying.
A pod of orca whales gave the public of Picton a show yesterday as they swam slowly through the town's marina.
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Opinion: Unions rip off Labour leadership
"The unions have stolen Labour's leadership through a backdoor takeover, installing their man Andrew Little."
Opinion: Unions rip off Labour leadership
Santa Claus is coming to several towns around New Zealand.
British singer Sir Cliff Richard is reportedly preparing to sue the BBC over its controversial coverage of a police raid on his home.
One Direction's long-term tour manager has reportedly quit his job and walked away from the pop group's promotional trip in the US.
Along with Idol's showbiz lifestyle came plenty of drink, drugs and women - even though he had long-term girlfriend Perri Lister.
Rocker Ryan Adams halted a gig in the US this week to confront an audience member over flash photography which could trigger an episode of his Meniere's disease.
Michael Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm says there is still no clear time frame for the Formula One legend's full recovery.
Sonny Bill Williams' return to the boxing ring has been given the All Blacks green light although they hope his opponent is no gun.
The New Zealand Breakers have climbed to the top of the Australian NBL without having to make a basket.
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