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When Greg Ross tripped on a remote backcountry track near Hokitika and tore his shoulder out of its socket, he knew his chances of survival were slim.
Three people have been killed and many more rescued as torrential rain and high speed winds lash the Australian state.
Human remains have been found on Farewell Spit, and police say the family of a missing dutch tourist has been notified.
Chilling evidence has emerged from the night Dunedin father Edward Livingstone shot and killed his two young children.
In a New Zealand first, the fight to allow a Wellington lawyer to die on her terms has taken its first step in court today.
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In the fourth instalment of our Great War stories, we look at Ettie Rout – a pioneering health educator who promoted safe sex for soldiers.
The end of World War I saw the death of the Ottoman Empire and the birth of Turkey – and it wasn't just Turkish soldiers the Anzacs faced in Gallipoli.
"It makes for hard reading. It’s brilliant, fascinating … and intensely moving. The words were penned by my own bloodline - my great, great grandfather," writes Lloyd Burr.
A US couple have been given long jail terms for the "sadistic" murder of the woman's mother, whose body was found stuffed in a suitcase outside a luxury hotel on Indonesia's Bali island.
The main body of the New Zealand contingent of troops bound for a training mission in Iraq has left for Australia.
A 93-year old former Nazi death camp guard will go on trial in Germany tonight.
After speaking to survivors, the United Nations says the death toll from the Mediterranean migrant shipwreck off Libya is 800.
Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell has been dropped for the Anzac day clash with the Gold Coast Titans at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday.
Following their elimination from The X Factor NZ, Mae Valley sit down with 3 News to discuss the show and their future.
Shots have been fired by Wellington Phoenix striker Nathan Burns ahead of their final game of the season against Sydney FC.
When Prince William and his wife Kate emerge from hospital cradling Britain's new royal baby for the cameras, the picture will be on the front of newspapers worldwide.
Kumara, a South American native that became a Kiwi favourite, has been naturally genetically modified with bacterial DNA, researchers have found.
Campbell Live investigates what happens when a business gets consent to use water, especially when it's foreign owned.
A former Gloriavale member spent the first 19 years of her life inside the community before escaping, leaving behind six brothers and two sisters.
Imagine a cross between a taxi, a train and a ski gondola that can take you direct from door to door.
Campbell Live visits a castle for sale in the sought-after Auckland Grammar zone.
A truck crash that caused a major cream spill on the Takaka Hill near Golden Bay has seen the nearby river run white with milk.
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Gallipoli: End of the 'Digger' myth
"The 'Digger' myth has nothing at all to do with Gallipoli, but everything to do with New Zealand."
Gallipoli: End of the 'Digger' myth
Cars could be banned permanently from the summit of Auckland's Mt Eden, with Tupuna Maunga o Tamaki Makaurau Authority holding a vote today.
Billy Zane is set to reunite with Ben Stiller for the upcoming Zoolander sequel.
Demi Lovato has recalled the first time Joe Jonas smoked pot to honour 420 day, an annual of celebration for marijuana users.
Kathleen Kennedy has been left stunned by the reaction of fans to the latest trailer for sequel The Force Awakens.
Emma Stone is set to portray tennis great Billie Jean King opposite Steve Carell as Bobby Riggs.
Hollywood couple Ariana Grande and Big Sean have put an end to their romance.
Black Caps' World Cup star Martin Guptill has had a County Cricket debut to forget after going for a duck.
Michael Hendry's world ranking has rocketed 162 places, injecting a boost to the New Zealand golfer's Olympic Games aspirations.
In some of the most testing conditions imaginable Cronulla have scored an upset 18-10 NRL win over South Sydney at Remondis Stadium.
Pep Guardiola insists he will remain Bayern Munich's coach next season amidst reports he is set to take over at Manchester City.
Australian cricket great Steve Waugh has told England to forget about an international recall for Kevin Pietersen.
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