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John Banks' appeal against his conviction for filing a false electoral return has been upheld by the Court of Appeal, meaning the former ACT Party MP will get a retrial.
Footage has emerged of convicted murderer Phillip Smith being led handcuffed through Rio de Janeiro Airport by several plain-clothes Brazil police.
Brent Scott has appeared in the North Shore District Court charged with murder and attempted murder.
An independent inquiry has found a series of major failings in New Zealand's approach to domestic violence.
The mother of Elliot Turner, the man who murdered Kiwi teen Emily Longley, may be deported from the UK to her native Indonesia for her role in covering up the horrific crime.
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Santa Claus is able to deliver presents to every child in the world thanks to his anti-matter powered sled – at least according to a pair of Auckland-based scientists.
National's Jami-Lee Ross and Labour's Jacinda Ardern lock horns over the Prime Minister's controversial text chats with blogger Cameron Slater.
Play in the second day of the Test between New Zealand and Pakistan in Sharjah was called off as a mark of respect for Australian batsman Phillip Hughes.
A group of friends used a unique approach to get their photograph on their favourite curry house's wall - they sent a piece of lamb from the restaurant to space.
The AA is advising motorists to only renew their vehicle licences for six months ahead of next year's drop in ACC levies.
United States President Barack Obama's immigration reform plan has already caused confusion and concern.
An Auckland man who has been in custody for three years over allegations he killed a prostitute in China is continuing his legal battle to be freed.
An Ebola vaccine is still months away, experts say, as researchers report success in early safety tests with a leading candidate.
A meeting set down for next week could ultimately determine if golf star Lydia Ko will play in next year's New Zealand Open.
Former Nightline host Belinda Todd says going into receivership six months after it launched was the best thing that ever happened to TV3.
Batting icon Sachin Tendulkar led tributes in India on Thursday for Australian opener Phillip Hughes, calling the death of his former teammate a "sad day for cricket".
A Wellington builder aiming to change New Zealand's "man culture" has hit the road with his fridge for the second time.
North Korea has revealed that Kim Jong-Un's younger sister holds the title of a senior party official.
Australian batsman Phillip Hughes this evening passed away after being struck by a bouncer during a game on Tuesday.
The local Albert-Eden board is determined to carve up the Chamberlain Park Golf course and divide it into sports fields and a parking lot.
Two Waikato women have created a Christmas display of epic proportions, all in the name of charity.
Tristram Clayton caught up with Cameron Slater to ask him what exactly is his relationship with the Prime Minister.
There are reports of extremely heavy hail in Yaldhurst, West Melton, Westmorland and West Eyreton.
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The new crime statistics follow the UK and Australia and will focus on the victims, with the intention of finding a bigger picture.
Jake Gyllenhaal leads Nightcrawler as a devilishly persistent creep who, struggling for employment, barges into the underground world of freelance crime journalism.
The grandchildren of a British war hero have written an open letter to filmmakers complaining about his portrayal in Benedict Cumberbatch's new drama The Imitation Game.
Singer/songwriter Sia is giving away the four trophies she won at the Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA) Awards on Wednesday.
Singer Morrissey has taken a bizarre swipe at US President Barack Obama and questioned his ethnicity amid riots over the police shooting of an unarmed teenager.
Beloved British crime novelist P. D. James has died at the age of 94. Her 1992 book The Children of Men was the basis for the 2006 movie Children of Men.
Pakistan great Waqar Younis has questioned whether Sean Abbott would continue in cricket after delivering the ball that led to the death of Phillip Hughes.
Waratahs winger Rob Horne and rising Melbourne Rebels flanker Sean McMahon have earned recalls to the starting side for the Wallabies' European tour finale against England.
Wigan Athletic chairman Dave Whelan has been charged by the Football Association after allegedly making racially-insensitive remarks.
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