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Israel has approved a four-hour extension of a temporary truce in Gaza, as the Palestinian death toll topped 1000.
The first relatives of victims on the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 have arrived at the crash site.
Pork industry bosses are back to business following big protests around the country against factory farming.
A socialising app designed by Kiwis is on its way to the United States as part of an international competition.
New Zealand cyclist Tom Scully won a gruelling tactical battle to clinch a gold medal in the points race at the Commonwealth Games.
The Crusaders have comfortably beat the Sharks 38-6 to book a place in the Super Rugby final.
Protesters around New Zealand today marched against the Israeli offensive in Gaza.
Two fatal attacks by giant anteaters in Brazil have raised concerns about the continual encroaching of humans on the animals' habitats.
Torben Akel takes the pulse of the Maori seats, which could be pivotal in this election.
A Hastings man has been jailed for more than a year after child sexual abuse images were found on his cell phone.
Jihadists from the Islamic State group have killed at least 50 Syrian soldiers in an ambush.
A problem with Greymouth’s water treatment system has been fixed, but residents are being urged to continue to boil water.
The family of a New Zealand woman living in Australia who died on flight MH17 have released a statement.
Newcastle United have seen off a brave Wellington Phoenix 1-0 in Westpac Stadium in Wellington.
Keisha Castle-Hughes is excited to have landed a role in the fifth season of Game of Thrones.
The prospect of Sonny Bill Williams playing sevens rugby at the Rio Olympics may not be as far-fetched as it appears.
Football fever has hit the capital in a big way this weekend, with an English Premier League double header at the Westpac Stadium this afternoon.
Northland farmers and the regional council are at odds over how to sort issues with the overflowing Lake Omapere.
Plans to build Wellington's Basin Reserve flyover were dashed this week, but NZTA is determined to find a solution for the traffic.
There is no national screening programme for bowel cancer and it's something many of us are uncomfortable talking about.
Early this morning a UN agency tweeted "over the past two days in Gaza, one Palestinian child has been killed every hour".
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David Cunliffe should forget about fretting over his red scarf and start worrying about the black tracksuit.
Why is Cunliffe scared of Dotcom?
Crusaders march into final
Full interview: Sam Webster
Crusaders V Sharks - As it happened
Newcastle edge gritty Phoenix
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Cats feline great at new cafe
Photos: Opening ceremony in Glasgow
This little film entirely won me over and was a really enjoyable few hours in the cinema.
Dwayne Johnson has used social media to please his fans and it's made him the world's most successful wrestler-turned-actor.
Fashion porn perhaps, but the personal story of the new designer showing his first couture collection at Christian Dior gave it substance.
A portrait of a band and their town that's as much about the fans as it is about them.
Defending netball champions New Zealand survived a major scare to open their Commonwealth Games campaign by squeezing past Malawi 50-47.
Judoka Adrian Leat has dedicated his Commonwealth Games silver medal to his late brother, who he hopes was smiling down on him.
Ross Karl presents all the action from the Kiwis on day two of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Should Brownlee's resignation have been accepted?
Demonstrators call for end to Israeli offensive
Aussie Kiwis sceptical about welfare changes
Talking about bowel cancer
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