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Aircraft debris found on an island in the Indian Ocean is reportedly being checked to see if it is related to the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Parliament is about to launch into what's sure to be a rowdy debate on contentious health and safety laws.
Opposition MPs opposed to the flag referendum dragged out debate on the Bill's committee stage last night.
3 News was invited into an open home with a difference today – our camera was allowed into the flash, taxpayer-funded apartment bought for New Zealand's ambassador to the United Nations.
Embattled Corrections Minister Sam Lotu-Iiga has announced an independent review into his department's management of the man who went on to rape and murder Blessie Gotingco.
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Air traffic control recordings have been released from a passenger airplane that nearly ran out of fuel in the US last week.
Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell's vowed to maintain his physical approach as he prepares to come face to face with Anthony Tupou for the first time since breaking the Sharks forward's jaw.
A small Queensland community is rallying behind a woman whose husband and two children were killed in a gas explosion.
A wealthy American dentist used a bow and arrow to shoot a much-loved Zimbabwean lion, a safari industry group says, amid claims the animal took 40 hours to die.
"Despite full CCTV footage, the use of weapons and witness testimony, our justice system came up with manslaughter for one and the other walked free."
The Interislander's Arahura has been in service for 33 years, and today it set sail from Wellington for the last time.
Police have confirmed that two bodies found on the Kepler Track were Canadian tourists Louis-Vincent Lessard and Etienne Lemieux.
The disgraced British politician at the centre of a drugs scandal has resigned from the House of Lords.
While Joseph Parker's all but sold-out Saturday's Bowie Tupou fight in Invercargill, very few people get to watch him train.
A silly script nicely delivered, peppered with some super fun action set-pieces and pleasing twists and turns.
Kayla Cullen had her doubts if she would be heading to the Netball World Cup in Sydney with the Silver Ferns.
In a victory for activists, Nepalese temple authorities say they will end a centuries-old Hindu tradition of mass animal slaughter that attracts hundreds of thousands of worshippers.
John Key is gathering international support for a dairy deal as Trans-Pacific Partnership trade talks edge towards agreement.
A woman managed to push her young son to safety before she fell to her death, after the floor at the top of a shopping mall escalator gave way underneath her.
The 28-year-old man who murdered Auckland mother-of-three Blessie Gotingco can now be revealed as child molester Tony Douglas Robertson.
Warriors lynchpin Shaun Johnson has been hospitalised after suffering a seemingly serious leg injury during the Warriors match against Manly this afternoon.
Maori and British heritage and a contemporary multicultural society have come together under a meeting house in a competition to design an alternative New Zealand flag.
Video of a destructive fire at a Wellington house shows how quickly the flames envelop the building.
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Labour's risky race card flop
"Labour is pissed off. It's pissed off and it's pissing people off. That's what happens when you play the race card."
Labour's risky race card flop
A timeline of Tony Robertson's criminal history, starting in 2003, when he was 16 years old.
Cara Delevingne's Paper Towns interview with American breakfast show Good Day Sacramento was cut short when the presenters took offence at her sarcastic sense of humour.
Actress Rachel McAdams has confirmed she is in talks to join Benedict Cumberbatch in forthcoming superhero movie Doctor Strange.
British singer Sam Smith is planning to take a hiatus later this year so he can fully recover from his recent throat surgery and prepare to start work on a new album.
A funny yet haunting, visually beautiful love story with cleverly executed elements of horror.
The Incredible Hulk star Lou Ferrigno has thrown his support behind Donald Trump's campaign for the White House, insisting US presidential hopeful knows how to keep America safe.
Former England spinner Graeme Swann has ripped into his former teammate Kevin Pietersen with a ruthless impersonation on an Australian radio show.
Jesse Bromwich could be hit with one of the NRL's biggest ever suspensions when he fronts the judiciary to defend himself against allegations of biting.
Hayden Paddon is targeting his third top-five finish in the World Rally Championship at this weekend's Rally Finland, the fastest event in the competition.
New Zealand's Lydia Ko hopes her early trans-Atlantic travel will pay dividends when she contests the Women's British Open in Scotland this week.
The four-match suspension issued to New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady over the 'Deflategate' scandal has been upheld.
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