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American singer Chris Brown's tour to both New Zealand and Australia this month will not be taking place.
The man accused of shoving Paul Henry at a protest outside SkyCity earlier this year has been found guilty.
A woman will undergo extensive surgery after being mauled by three Irish wolfhounds while delivering newspapers in Dunedin.
The Earthquake Recovery Minister's slammed a damning report into the Canterbury rebuild, calling its authors Wellington bureaucrats with little knowledge of Chch.
A shooting spree at a family planning centre in the US which left 3 dead is the most recent in a disturbingly common spate of attacks, a fmr employee says.
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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla have announced the birth of their daughter, Max - and the donation of a fortune to charity.
Seeing your favourite musicians perform is enough for most fans to get excited, but how about giving them a ride to the show?
A video has been released of a spectacular fly-by which took place at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix over the weekend.
The Pope is causing a stir on the last leg of his three-nation tour of Africa, but not necessarily for religious reasons.
A slight decrease in the pay gap along with a world-best education system for women has helped New Zealand return to the top 10 of a global list ranking gender equality.
More than 300 whales have been found washed up in a remote inlet in Patagonia in southern Chile in one of the largest die-offs on record.
A Philippine court has convicted a US Marine for killing a Filipina transgender woman in a red light district, in a case that has reignited long-simmering anti-American sentiment in the Philippines.
A baby has narrowly avoided been hit by an oncoming train after the pram carrying it rolled off an Auckland railway platform and onto the tracks.
An Italian football show has caused controversy with their version of a Haka that features didgeridoo music.
US President Barack Obama says global warming poses economic and security risks that have to be tackled immediately, but insists the climate problem could be solved.
Captain Scott Curry says any 15-a-side rugby player who makes the All Blacks Sevens cut for the Rio will deserve it.
The Chinese scientist behind the world's biggest cloning factory says he has the technology to replicate humans and is only holding off for fear of a public backlash.
A free trade deal that NZ is negotiating with the EU is likely to take at least a year to get approval from all the EU member states.
A 23-year-old woman has admitted stealing almost 100 unmarked exam papers from a locked office at the University of Otago last month.
All Blacks great Jonah Lomu has finally been laid to rest today after a private funeral service in south Auckland this morning.
The Government has issued a health warning over imported frozen berries after linking them to Hepatitis A.
A 70-year-old man sailing alone between Auckland and Picton had to be rescued today after being hit on the head by the vessel's boom.
Firefighters are attending to a garage fire in the Auckland suburb of Otahuhu this morning.
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The heart-breaking story of Baby X
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Music streaming service Spotify has released its annual Year in Music top list, with 'Lean On' by Major Lazer crowned most streamed song globally at a whopping 540 million plays in 2015.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy gave MPs an assurance the inquiry into bobby calves being kicked, beaten and killed is a top priority.
The rules around New Zealand's $300 million fruit and vegetable export industry are being changed to allow it to become a world leader, the Government says.
The Greens won't follow Labour's lead and support the Government's proposed changes to the Resource Management Act.
United States heavyweight Daniel Martz is taking heart from Tyson Fury's world title triumph as he eyes an upset of New Zealander Joseph Parker.
Russell Packer can play a critical role in helping to mentor troubled NRL youngsters, according to Rugby League Players' Association president Clint Newton.
China planted its flag in the English Premier League as a consortium of Chinese investors bought a 13 percent stake in Manchester City's parent company.
here were no positive drug tests detected before or during the 2015 World Cup in England.
The Black Caps have named a familiar Test side to take on Sri Lanka in a three-match series later this month.
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