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Police have closed Auckland's Tamaki Dr, which is flooded as a result of this morning's severe weather.
Long-time David Bain supporter Joe Karam brought the case against two men after they made disparaging comments online.
Bad weather has caused a mudslide in Wellington forcing the evacuation of around 20 people.
A man has been charged with murdering Wellington woman Mei Fan five months ago.
Grave fears are held for almost 300 passengers after a ferry carrying mostly high school students sank en route to a holiday island.
A zoo in southwest China has installed a television to entertain a lonely panda.
The speed limit threshold will shrink to 4km/h for an extended period over the Easter and Anzac holiday weekends.
The Easter Bunny may be dropping eggs inside rather than in the garden this year, as rain closes in on the weekend.
Andrew McFadden is talking tough ahead of the Warriors clash with the Dragons this weekend.
Two owners of four dogs that savaged a seven-year-old Japanese girl are set to make their first court appearance.
Ukrainian and pro-Russian forces have flexed their military muscles in the restive east of the country.
Winston Peters claims a Chinese official Judith Collins had dinner with represented an agency which decides if imported food products are safe
The Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram have been taken to a stronghold of the Islamist group, parents say.
The Blues' losing streak away from home hasn't been talked about among the players, but recalled first-five eighth Chris Noakes is well aware of it.
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson says the band isn't splitting, despite Malcolm Young confirming his ill health.
Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick has brought in his first signing of the A-League off-season, signing former Sunderland midfielder Alejandro Gorrin.
30 years ago, a young Dunedin man started his job as a mailman, delivering letters in Dunedin North.
John Campbell spent this morning talking to the people who are buying synthetic cannabis and getting high, all before 10am.
Ex-military aircrafts, which normally only race in the skies above Reno, Nevada, will be flying in New Zealand.
The cat cameras documented just one rat trespass, nine dogs, 27 hedgehogs and 610 cats.
Whilst the demolition of the termite house has begun, Mr Porteous and his team have also designed a new home for Tobi and Sarah.
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