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A former St John paramedic who sexually assaulted patients in the back of an ambulance has been jailed for 14-and-a-half years.
A Tauranga-based human rights lawyer will represent a Kiwi caught allegedly bringing 1.7kg of methamphetamine into Bali earlier this month.
A 6-year-old girl has been hit by a car in Auckland while crossing a pedestrian crossing on her way to the dairy.
Family members of the two hostages killed in Tuesday's hostage siege in Sydney have visited the makeshift Martin Pl shrine to pay their condolences to their loved ones.
The gunmen who stormed a school in Pakistan played sadistic games with captive students by suggesting some could be let go before lining them up and gunning them down.
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An overweight man has been charged with animal abuse in Spain after a donkey died after he sat on it at an outdoor nativity scene.
A video posted to YouTube shows the terrifying moments a Boeing-777 encountered a harsh winter storm which rocked the plane for 45 minutes, injuring 14 people.
A flurry of bets with UK bookmakers has fuelled speculation the Queen may announce her abdication in her Christmas speech this year.
Russell Brand has felt the wrath of an angry bank worker who has written a letter of complaint to the star for staging a "futile publicity stunt" at his place of work.
A date has been set for the court hearing into the 10-hour police search of investigative journalist Nicky Hager's house as part of the Dirty Politics fallout.
A United States official says federal investigators have connected the Sony Pictures hack to the North Korean government, the Associated Press is reporting.
Three telecommunication giants have this morning confirmed their joint investment in a trans-Tasman cable to improve NZ's international broadband.
Outside the church, Libby Lane's interests include learning to play the saxophone, supporting Manchester United, reading and doing cryptic crosswords.
Dan Carter will hold a media conference today where is expected to announce his move to French club Racing Metro after the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Collins has confessed to People magazine in a lengthy essay that he had inappropriate sexual contact with three female minors between 1973 and 1994.
Auckland City has been knocked out of the FIFA Club World Cup in Morocco after going down 2-1 to Argentine side San Lorenzo in extra time.
In the final episode of Tech Bytes of 2014, Emma Brannam takes a look at the weirdest and most wonderful inventions of the year.
A disabled dog in the US has been given the freedom to run after his owner had 3D printed prosthesis made.
Campbell Live has been contacted by mothers who have been simply shafted when they return to work after parental leave.
Auckland man Bernie O'Donnell got a ticket on Monday at a Wilson carpark, for having his parking ticket upside down.
There were just 13 fatal shark attacks worldwide last year, and in New Zealand there's a fatal attack once every 15 years.
Australia, along with the rest of the world, has been left in complete shock over the acts of a lone gunman in a central Sydney café.
Tourists cruising on Canterbury's Akaroa Harbour have been treated to the extraordinary sight of rare dolphin calves.
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Stories have begun emerging from the 17 staff and customers who were held in the terrifying hostage ordeal in central Sydney's Lindt Café.
British rockers Kasabian are the ones to beat at the 2015 NME Awards after landing eight nominations.
A cinematographer drowned on the set of Jackie Chan's new movie Skiptrace after the vessel he was filming on capsized on Wednesday morning.
Officials in the UK have concluded the owners of a London theatre should not face prosecution over a ceiling collapse which injured 88 audience members.
Glen Moss has signed a new two-year contract with the Wellington Phoenix.
Waikato age grade mentor Sean Botherway has been promoted to coach the province's ITM Cup team next year.
Michael Garcia has resigned as FIFA's chief corruption investigator in protest at their handling of his report into the World Cups.
Former grand slam winner Francesca Schiavone of Italy has been handed the final wild card entry for the WTA tournament in Auckland.
The FFA is set to launch an investigation into alleged salary cap irregularities at Perth Glory.
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