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Oscar Pistorius' fall from grace as a star athlete was complete as he was driven through the gates of a drab Pretoria prison to begin serving a five-year jail sentence.
The armed offenders squad and police were called to the town of Kerepehi early yesterday evening.
A New Zealand salesman has reportedly appeared in Dubai's Criminal Court, accused of dousing petrol over a money exchange's counter and staff.
Guards in high security prisons will be equipped with body cameras within six months, following a successful trial.
One man is dead and another is in hospital following an incident in Kelston last night.
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Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has shrugged off an online petition calling for action figures based on the hit TV series to be removed from a children's toy store.
One of the more spectacular suggestions for the square is the "living cathedral" thanks to Animation Research in Dunedin.
X Factor hopefuls descended on Wellington today as the audition tour of the country continues to look for the best undiscovered talent in New Zealand.
The new owners of Auckland's St James Theatre say they're committed to preserving the building and seeing it used as a performance venue once again.
Senior Constable Deane O'Connor saved Ashley Donkersley in August last year after the electrician's van he was in ploughed through the railing into Rangataua Bay.
Kurdish fighters in the battleground Syrian town of Kobane have weathered an onslaught by Islamic State group militants.
The international rowing community has offered its support to coach Fred Strachan after three young boys were injured during a training session.
Women exposed to high levels of traffic pollution during the second trimester of pregnancy are at higher risk of giving birth to a child with weak lungs.
Dallin Watene-Zelezniak is expected to be ruled out of the entire Four Nations tournament with a broken foot.
Actress Kristen Stewart is to take a break from the movie industry to concentrate on her new passion for art.
He's been offered the job as Wallabies coach, but Michael Cheika has yet to officially say yes.
A man who lost more than half his body weight has thrown himself in to the Muddy Good Run near Ashburton.
Professor emeritus Guy McPherson explains how the only way to help planet Earth is to "terminate industrial civilisation".
Huntly's newest resident says he's living the Kiwi dream on his new 812-square-metre plot.
A couple that purchased a burial plot next to relatives 27 years ago have discovered it has been onsold and now has someone else in it.
Campbell Live's own cricket capable reporter, Ali Ikram, headed to Christchurch to take on Scotland.
In footage sent to 3 News, the occupants of a west Auckland house can be seen trying to get a seal off their property.
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McKay Chat: Pack closing on All Blacks
"Even with the Rugby Championship in the bag, the gap between the All Blacks and the pack has closed to dangerously low levels."
McKay Chat: Pack closing on All Blacks
Labour is set to choose a new leader, following last month's crushing election defeat and the resignation of former leader David Cunliffe.
Rocker Alice Cooper refuses to worry about his nightly onstage 'death' stunts going wrong as ending his life in front of a packed house is his ideal way to go.
"If you think, 'My council tax is outrageous, I'm not going to pay it,' then think to yourself, 'I wonder if anyone else down my street or in my flat feels the same?'"
Lindsay Lohan's pals are reportedly really proud of the former party animal.
Brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll originally split in 2004 after 15 years together but reunited in 2009. The pair has now decided to call it quits for good.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted his side have stalled this season in the absence of Luis Suarez.
Nose surgery may loom for Robbie Farah but the veteran believes the sweet smell of success is still in the air for the injury-hit Kangaroos.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp has blasted the weight and attitude of star midfielder Adel Taarabt who he said is carrying too many pounds.
An all-action Serena Williams has eased concerns over her injured knee as she opened the WTA Finals with a 6-4 6-4 victory over Ana Ivanovic.
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