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Labour wants an investigation into whether the Prime Minister revealed details of an embargoed report to blogger Cameron Slater.
Kim Dotcom is heading back to court in a bid to stay out of jail and face new allegations he breached his bail conditions.
A search for a man missing after a boat sank on Lake Rotorua has resumed this morning.
Residents of the US town of Ferguson have said they hope racially-charged violence sparked by the Michael Brown case will abate, but nationwide protests suggest anger is still simmering.
A fire at a Chinese coal mine has killed 26 workers the latest fatal incident to hit the accident-prone industry.
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A number of charities are beginning to roll out donations via eftpos, giving the public one less excuse for not giving.
The Prime Minister's office has released the text messages between Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater and John Key.
Young Kiwi men – many of whom are still at school and in their teens – are experimenting with potent anabolic steroids.
Firefighters in Australia had to rescue a woman from a three-metre-deep sinkhole, which swallowed her when she was hanging out her washing.
The Greens want to change the rules around donations to political parties and lower the limit for undisclosed donations.
Hong Kong police have cleared a pro-democracy protest camp, arresting student leaders and reopening a main road blocked for almost two months.
A Dunedin company has been fined $55,000 after one of its workers was hit with a piece of machinery weighing 32kg at a meat rendering plant.
NATO's top military commander heads to Ukraine for high-level talks as fighting continues between government forces and pro-Russian rebels.
Australian batsman Phillip Hughes has remained in an induced coma overnight in a Sydney Hospital as he recovers from brain surgery.
Jennifer Lawrence can add pop star to her resume after her rendition of 'The Hanging Tree' in the new The Hunger Games sequel entered charts around the globe.
Opener Mohammad Hafeez struck a dominating century to lift Pakistan to 3-281 in the third and final Test against New Zealand in Sharjah.
Dunedin is the winner of the Gigatown competition and will be the first town in New Zealand to receive ultra-fast 1 gigabit per second broadband.
A 14-year-old male otter from Wellington Zoo has been euthanised today after a worsening case of arthritis.
An ex-employee of a Pak'nSave in Whakatane has called out the owner on taking advantage of his staff.
Julian Lee went to work the early morning shift at a service station and found out some surprising stuff about how petrol is sold in this country.
NZ freelance journalist Emma Beals shared a great friendship with US aid worker Peter Kassig, the fifth westerner to be beheaded by the Islamic State.
The new head of the SIS has apologised to former Labour Party leader Phil Goff and others after it was found that he was embarrassed by the agency's failings.
Protesters have taken to New York streets after a grand jury chose not to press charges against a white officer who shot dead a black teenager.
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Opinion: The Warehouse's R18 ban is absurd
"The Warehouse Group has banned the sale of R18 games and DVDs, but not all adult products"
Opinion: The Warehouse's R18 ban is absurd
Prime Minister John Key's son Max has launched a 'DJ' group and is set to play his first gig at a swanky Auckland members-only club.
Filmmakers behind the upcoming Blade Runner sequel are thrilled after original star Harrison Ford agreed to reprise his role as bounty hunter Rick Deckard.
Jon Bon Jovi appears to have severed ties with former bandmate Richie Sambora after revealing he'd be "hard-pressed" to let the guitarist rejoin the group.
Matthew McConaughey is reportedly in talks to star in an upcoming TV adaptation of author Stephen King's novel The Stand.
Heavy rockers Megadeth have been dealt another blow after losing guitarist Chris Broderick in the aftermath of drummer Shawn Drover's departure.
Roseanne Barr shared a picture of her swollen face after a cosmetic procedure and joked that she sustained the injuries "in a tussle" with Bill Cosby.
Super Rugby could have its first game played in the Pacific Islands if the Crusaders take their clash against the Hurricanes to Fiji next year.
The Australian Rugby Union could be charged for damaging the Ireland dressing room following last week's Test in Dublin.
The World Anti-Doping Agency may appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after Chinese swimming star Sun Yang served a three-month doping ban in secret.
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