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There are reports AirAsia flight QZ8501 from Indonesia to Singapore has lost connection with air traffic controllers.
A man has died and two women and a man are critically injured after their car collided with a milk tanker in the Bay of Plenty.
New Zealand's TAB betting website has been hit by a cyber attack, frustrating punters trying to place bets.
Investigations are continuing today after a 54-year-old man died following an incident at an Auckland motel.
A passenger who got out of a car that had crashed into a power pole in Canterbury has been electrocuted.
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An Auckland man out shopping with his family has helped police run down a violent suspect, possibly helped by him not wearing any shoes.
Russia now has its very own leaning tower, following a building blast demolition that failed twice in Sevastopol, Crimea.
A motorist has been recorded driving at 240km/h, despite police warnings that just 1km/h over the speed limit would lead to a ticket.
The 150th school reunion in Roxburgh next year is a Lotto grant recipient and now one of the organisers has landed $250,000 on the winning wheel.
Tourists have had a lucky escape from a bus that rolled near Levin, north of Wellington, with the occupants suffering only minor injuries.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has welcomed home as heroes 145 soldiers freed by pro-Russian rebels.
A plane is being used in a search for a teenage boy missing in the sea off Northland's Ninety Mile Beach.
Overnight flurries have left much of Britain blanketed in snow, causing power shortages and delays at airports.
Opener Dimuth Karunaratne has struck a dogged maiden century to maintain a flicker of hope Sri Lanka can save the first Test against New Zealand.
Microsoft's online network for its Xbox gaming console has been restored to nearly full service after an alleged co-ordinated Christmas Day hack.
Giacomo, New Zealand's only entry in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race, is currently seventh in the race for line honours.
An elderly Hastings woman and her daughter have both suffered chest injuries in a head-on crash in northern Wairarapa.
Massive flooding in Malaysia, caused by torrential northeast monsoon rains, has left five dead and forced 120,000 people to leave their homes.
On the last show of the year, the Campbell Live family from all around NZ came together to remember the best moments of 2014.
Christchurch woman Deborah Cameron is determined to say thanks to the group of prisoners who helped re-build her quake damaged house.
At just 18 years old, Jake Miller has set up Oompher, a website dedicated to encourage other Kiwis to follow their dreams.
Working as a camera operator on Campbell Live, let alone any news organisation is full-on.
Tourists cruising on Canterbury's Akaroa Harbour have been treated to the extraordinary sight of rare dolphin calves.
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A decade after the devastating Boxing Day tsunami in south Asia, most of the worst-hit regions have rebuilt but many psychological scars remain.
Russell Crowe has moved from in front of the camera to behind it, and his feature debut as a director, The Water Diviner, has just opened in cinemas here.
Raunchy comedy The Interview has taken in a million dollars in its limited release opening day, Sony Studios says.
Auckland Libraries' mobile buses will be roaming beaches over the festive break encouraging people, and particularly new readers, to lose themselves in a book over summer.
A "Scrooge" dog has become an internet hit after a video showing him trying anything to stop his owner from singing 'The 12 Days of Christmas' was posted online.
Adam Sandler has again topped Forbes magazine's list of overpaid actors, followed by Johnny Depp, Ben Stiller, Ryan Reynolds and Tom Hanks.
Veteran Greg Henderson will lead a New Zealand team in a major cycling event near Melbourne early next year.
Neil Warnock became the first Premier League manager to lose his job this season when he was sacked by strugglers Crystal Palace.
Coach Ernie Merrick isn't looking too far ahead as Wellington Phoenix prepare to tackle three challenging A-League matches in eight days.
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