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The former head of Auckland's Heart of the City has admitted four charges of tax evasion.
Small businesses and job growth will be the Labour Party's top priority for the next two years, as it focuses on increasing wages and reducing poverty.
A Canterbury man has admitted attacking former Black Cap star Jesse Ryder outside a popular bar two years ago.
Prime Minister John Key has defended his Government's record on supporting the arts, following a stinging attack from acclaimed Kiwi author Eleanor Catton.
Five foreigners were among the nine people killed after Islamic State militants stormed a hotel in Tripoli.
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The Indonesian military has called off efforts to recover the wreckage of an AirAsia plane that crashed last month.
World leaders warned of a rise in anti-Semitism as they gathered with survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
An unusually large asteroid that just skimmed by Earth had its own moon, NASA has said as the US space agency released its first radar images of the flyby.
Blanket driving bans have been lifted and limited New York public transport is to reopen after a fierce snowstorm.
Fire investigators are combing through a classroom which caught alight at Christchurch's Shirley Intermediate School overnight.
The Islamic State jihadist group has threatened to kill a Japanese journalist and a Jordanian pilot within 24 hours.
Workers at Lyttelton Port will walk off the job next month as a row over pay and conditions escalates.
Officials are investigating how a fighter jet crashed during NATO training exercises in Spain, killing 11 military personnel.
With a dozen All Blacks in their 30s come September's World Cup, managing players' bodies is incredibly important this season.
Alex Gibney has hit back at Scientology leaders after the church branded his Sundance documentary "one-sided".
World No. 3 Rafael Nadal has been sensationally sent packing by Tomas Berdych in the Australian Open quarterfinals.
A handyman who was ignored by his boss and told there wasn't any work for him will get almost $27,000.
In something akin to a zombie film, Bart managed to claw his way out of his grave five days after his burial, much to the surprise of neighbours.
Firefighters have been dampening down hotspots at the site of a large house fire on Auckland's North Shore.
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Andrew Little: Show me the policy
""Andrew Little's State of the Nation speech was full of promise - but barely a hint as to how Labour plans to live up to the hype.""
Andrew Little: Show me the policy
Andrew Little used his first major speech to set the tone of the party's vision for the future, which focused heavily on jobs and small businesses.
This reboot stars Miles Teller, Michael B Jordan, Kate Mara, Jamie Bell and Toby Kebbell.
Ian Smith, known for playing Harold Bishop in Aussie soap Neighbours, has made a short film as part of an education drive called Ask Grandad.
Fergie has shot down rumours of a new Black Eyes Peas record as her time "is fully booked up for her album".
James Franco doesn't know why people had high political expectations for The Interview.
Veteran pop star Gary Glitter has denied sexually abusing young girls in a string of attacks at the height of his fame.
Andy Murray extinguished the last of the local hopes during a blustery quarterfinal at the Australian Open.
Former Australia coach Robbie Deans will take charge of the Barbarians for their fixtures against Ireland and England in May.
Samuel Eto'o has completed his move from Everton to Italian club Sampdoria, signing a two-and-a-half-year deal.
England have suffered yet another injury setback with Owen Farrell ruled out of the entire Six Nations Championship with a knee ligament injury.
Black Caps all-rounder Corey Anderson admits he's been working on his death bowling ahead of next month's Cricket World Cup.
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