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An investigation will be launched into Gerry Brownlee's security breach at Christchurch Airport this morning.
Like a recurring nightmare the conflict in Gaza continued today with the latest reports putting the number of dead at 681.
Claudette Hauiti says she has paid back nearly $1400 of taxpayer money that she spent on petrol and other travel-related costs.
The OCR rise came with some relief as the Reserve Bank signalled it will now pause before any more rises.
A national day of mourning has been declared in the Netherlands, where 40 bodies from MH17 have been returned.
An inmate being put to death in Arizona has taken nearly two hours to die, in the latest controversy to hit America.
Could you find the love of your life by smelling a dirty T-shirt?
Two kayakers got a surprise lift from a whale while paddling off the coast of Argentina.
A New York student has invented a dress that becomes more translucent the more the wearer shares on social media.
The driver of a train which crashed at Lower Hutt's Melling station had cannabis in his system at the time.
The United Nations human rights chief says Israel's military action in Gaza could amount to war crimes.
Oficials are defending a flight clearance given to a plane which crashed while trying to land during stormy weather, killing 48 people.
Trade Me doesn't play by kids' rules, putting slides, picnic rooms and a caravan in the middle of its offices.
Crusaders stalwart Richie McCaw has been named to start against the Sharks in the Super Rugby semi-final in Christchurch on Saturday night.
Peter Jackson has unveiled the first poster for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
Kieran Foran has conceded player contractual issues are afflicting Manly and has called for management to allow Steve Matai to go to the Warriors.
Italy's once-luxurious Costa Concordia cruise ship has embarked on its last voyage - being towed to its scrapyard grave.
Commerce Minister Craig Foss says that "there is no excuse whatsoever from a KiwiSaver provider to have taken too long" with a seriously ill investor.
Campbell Live has had about 150 separate complaints about Stonewood, so we went back to the company and demanded an explanation.
The NZ First leader has previously made allegations of widespread fraud in post-quake Christchurch, but naming someone is a serious step.
UK correspondent Matt Frei says the smell at the crash site is unbearable and the atmosphere is extremely tense.
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David Cunliffe should forget about fretting over his red scarf and start worrying about the black tracksuit.
Why is Cunliffe scared of Dotcom?
OCR rise comes with relief
Hospital resources dangerously low in Gaza
In-game Final Fantasy 14 gay pride parade held
League Fix previews NRL Round 20
Here's a look back at the events leading up to, and following, the Costa Concord...
Photos: Opening ceremony in Glasgow
Happy birthday curious George!
Celebrating the game's inclusion of same-sex marriage, a pride parade has been held in Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn.
Kim Kardashian denies reports her smartphone app was programmed to include racist messages.
Simon Cowell has been bombarded with abuse over a donation he made to a fund for Israeli soldiers.
There was plenty of tartan and bagpipes on display at the Commonwealth games opening ceremony in Glasgow.
Rafal Majka has won his second stage of the 2014 Tour de France and also extended his lead in the King of the Mountains standings.
Lauren Boyle makes light of the weight of New Zealand swimming expectation on her shoulders at the Commonwealth Games.
Mother crusades for religion-free schools
Stonewood complaints reach into the hundreds
Does the KiwiSaver scheme need to change?
MH17 downing likely a 'mistake' - US
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