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Labour MP Phil Goff has admitted leaking details of the SIS report to reporters, but says it was up to them to decide to publish the information.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd almost had a warrant for his arrest issued when he turned up late for a Tauranga High Court appearance this morning.
Ferguson has awoken to destruction after a night of rioting triggered by a grand jury's decision not to indict a white policeman for the death of a teenage black suspect.
The passengers of a car in which the driver led police on a chase through Christchurch on Monday before a horror crash have been discharged from hospital.
Prime Minister John Key says he won't be apologising for the actions of his staff or the SIS because it wouldn't mean anything.
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Sightings of the black seadevil angler fish are rare, but perhaps that's a good thing.
Museums are normally home to relics and antiques, but the Southland Museum will now become the place of new life after a decision to raise critically endangered Kakapo at the facility.
Chris Pratt rides with the raptors to a rework of John Williams' classic score in the first full trailer for Jurassic World.
The South Korean government is attempting to ban the use of selfie sticks and crack down on the retailers that are stocking them.
An insurance advocacy group will stage a silent protest outside the Tower Insurance offices in Christchurch today.
A parliamentary report into the murder by Muslim extremists of a British soldier in London last year points to intelligence failures but says the security services could not have prevented the attack.
A 63-year-old man accused of murdering an Auckland woman in her suburban home can now be named.
More than 45 people have been killed after two female suicide bombers blew themselves up in a crowded market in northeast Nigeria.
The Black Caps see veteran Dan Vettori's recall for the third and final cricket Test against Pakistan as carrying more reward than risk.
Critically acclaimed, Michael Keaton-starring Birdman will lead the way at the 2015 Independent Spirit Awards after landing six nominations.
Sergio Aguero has single-handedly kept Manchester City's Champions League hopes alive after scoring all three goals in a 3-2 win over Bayern Munich.
Officers in helmets and carrying batons have faced off against dozens of protesters at the site in Mongkok district, the scene of some of the most violent clashes between demonstrators and authorities.
Sleep-deprived military personnel in the US have been involved in new electrical brain stimulation experiments to help boost their vigilance.
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.
Swedish adventurer Mikael Lindnord fed a stray dog a meatball and from that point on, the dog would not leave his side.
To test whether he could make the cut, Tristram Clayton took Julian Lee to Lock N Load Paintball in Mangere.
The Kiwi teenager has won the LPGA's season-ending tour event in Florida and is now the biggest female earner in golf's history.
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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Little on fire with reshuffle
"Parliament's fire alarm going off during Andrew Little's reshuffle today is symbolic of the way he is dousing the flames of Labour's internal fires."
Little on fire with reshuffle
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.
Police in Britain have arrested two men on suspicion of leaking the third instalment in Sylvester Stallone's The Expendables franchise a month before its release.
Star Trek veteran William Shatner is using crowdfunding to help him publish a book explaining the mysteries of modern technology.
Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher always turn up to Jennifer Aniston's house in black tie attire.
Country star Miranda Lambert has opened the doors to her new no-kill animal shelter in Oklahoma.
Oscar-winning New Zealand filmmaker Sir Peter Jackson is saying goodbye to Middle-earth, but he'll always have a place in Hollywood.
Hooker Hika Elliot is set to make a return for the Chiefs after missing the 2014 Super Rugby season with a neck injury.
Australian cricketer Phil Hughes remains in a critical condition at a hospital in Sydney, after an operation to relieve pressure from his brain.
Chelsea have qualified for the Round of 16 of the Champions League after thrashing group G rivals Schalke 5-0 in Germany.
Pablo Sandoval, a star third baseman who helped San Francisco win three of the past five Major League Baseball titles, has officially joined the Boston Red Sox.
There may be 61 years between them but golf legend Sir Bob Charles is enjoying the ride Lydia Ko is giving New Zealand golf.
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