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Motorists in the south are being urged to take heed of the prevailing winter driving conditions this morning and avoid travel if at all possible.
Two consignments of table grapes from Mexico into New Zealand have been taken off the shelves because 10 spiders including venomous black widows were found among the fruit.
The Government's latest accounts are about to be released and ministers are talking up another surplus.
Britons have laid flowers at the sites of the 2005 London bombings and held a nationwide minute of silence for the 52 victims.
The march to a World Cup title defence begins in Apia today for the oldest team in All Blacks history.
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Tributes are flowing following the death of former Fonterra boss Craig Norgate who was described as a mentor and straight-shooter.
An astrobiologist with a history of claiming to have discovered evidence of extraterrestrial life, in the form of microbes, is at it again.
Weighing in at four tonnes, a Japanese company's four-metre high Kuratas robot is set to clash with a US rival's MegaBot.
Police have arrested a Chinese university professor who allegedly sold millions of dollars' worth of psychoactive drugs over the internet.
New Zealand's new climate change target has come under fire from opposition parties and environmental groups.
Greece has until Thursday to submit a reform plan for a bailout package, the European Union president said after an emergency summit of eurozone leaders.
A quarter of all Kiwis often forget to wash their hands after going to the bathroom and more than 200,000 only shower once a week.
A panel of experts has warned the World Health Organizationis institutionally unprepared to deal with outbreaks like the Ebola crisis and requires urgent change.
Cameron Leslie is embarking on the next stage of his bid to compete in two different sports - swimming and wheelchair rugby - at the Rio 2016 Paralympics.
Several advertisers have withdrawn their support for Rihanna's latest music promo due to its explicit and violent content.
Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka can justify their status as Wimbledon's big four by making the semi-finals.
Russian police have launched a campaign urging people to take safer selfies after around 100 were injured and dozens died this year in gruesome accidents.
A French court has jailed a woman for conning thousands into buying a kit to make "magic cheese" they could sell back for use in luxury beauty products.
In what may appear to be a slightly self-defeating protest, a Rotorua man is going on hunger strike because ACC won't fund his weight-loss surgery.
New Zealand is the first country to power vehicles with commercial biofuel made from the by-product of beer – an initiative by DB Export that kicked off in Auckland today.
Sneak peek at how AC/DC are performing on their current tour before they play Auckland in December.
The decisive moment in arguably the greatest ever Super Rugby final has split opinion in the rugby public.
The wheels on a Wellington bus went round and round, and then one came loose during the rush hour morning commute today.
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The parade to rule them all
"Apia, give yourself a massive pat on the back, you've presented yourselves perfectly during a visit that has a lot of the All Blacks team management a bit nervous."
The parade to rule them all
In the wake of Nick Kyrgios' Wimbledon meltdown, we take a look at a few other sportsmen turning up the heat after, and before, the game is over.
Activists in Kid Rock's hometown have urged the musician to drop the controversial Confederate flag from his stage act.
George Clooney would rather be operated on in public than get a Facebook page.
Channing Tatum dropped the F-bomb in front of Britain's Prince William.
British rocker Noel Gallagher has seen off competition from his old rivals Blur to land the best-selling vinyl album of 2015 so far.
Michael Barrymore is suing police for arresting him on suspicion of murder and sexual assault after a man was found dead in his swimming pool in 2001.
Serena Williams has survived a scare to book a Wimbledon semi-final showdown with old rival Maria Sharapova.
Samoa say it's vital they produce the goods on and off the field if they are to lure more leading nations to Tests in Apia.
Karl-Anthony Towns, the top pick in last month's NBA Draft, has signed with the Minnesota Timberwolves, while veteran centre Kevin Garnett has agreed to return.
Desperate St George Illawarra have received welcome relief with senior players returning in their droves as they fight to stay in the NRL top eight.
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