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A high-level report into the release of SIS documents to Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater has heavily criticised a former spy boss.
A Department of Corrections review into Phillip Smith's escape earlier this month has concluded he should not have been considered for release.
A driver accused of fleeing from police and causing an accident yesterday which injured at least three people has been named.
Around 400 residents in a Melbourne apartment block got a rude awakening early this morning after a fire tore through the 20-storey building.
A Missouri grand jury has reached a decision on whether to indict a Ferguson police officer over the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in August.
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For 100 years Rotoroa Island was a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre. It is still being used for rehab today, but a very different kind.
Billy Boyd struggled to find the right words to bid a fond farewell to Middle-earth as wrote the end credits song of Peter Jackson's final Middle-earth film.
A young bear badly hurt in one of the worst wildfires ever to hit the western United States has made a remarkable comeback.
Kiwis are being urged not to mix backyard sports with alcohol this summer after more than 100 people injured themselves with plastic cricket bats and frisbees last year.
Annette King is aware she's not the "new face" many expected Andrew Little to pick as his deputy, but says her experience will help solidify the party under their new leader.
Chuck Hagel, who has been in the job for less than two years, is to resign after criticism of the campaigns in Afghanistan and against the Islamic State group.
In a move that will hit first-home buyers, Kiwibank has put the brake on low-deposit mortgage lending.
The chief of police in the US city of Cleveland has defended the conduct of an officer who fatally shot a 12-year-old boy who was wielding a replica handgun.
Veteran Kiwi spinner Daniel Vettori is set to play his first Test in more than two years after joining the Black Caps squad for the final Test against Pakistan.
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Crusaders assistant coach Aaron Mauger is headed overseas after signing a three-year contract as head coach of the Leicester Tigers in England.
Britain's Prince William is to visit China next year, though his pregnant wife Kate is thought unlikely to go with him, reports say.
A university student in North Carolina is creating inexpensive prosthetic hands for children using a 3D printer.
The Kiwi teenager has won the LPGA's season-ending tour event in Florida and is now the biggest female earner in golf's history.
The new-born managed to stay alive for six days, until by chance, the baby's faint cries were heard by complete strangers out for a Sunday morning bike ride.
After 27 years of service, caretaker John Rawson's career is coming to an end.
Police and members of the public will march together from Wellington's Midland Park in solidarity against family violence.
A pod of orca whales gave the public of Picton a show yesterday as they swam slowly through the town's marina.
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Little on fire with reshuffle
"Parliament's fire alarm going off during Andrew Little's reshuffle today is symbolic of the way he is dousing the flames of Labour's internal fires."
Little on fire with reshuffle
We take a look at the All Blacks 2014 international season.
Actor Oscar Isaac is set to bulk up and play it bad after landing the villainous role of Apocalypse in the next X-Men movie.
Daniel Craig is heading to Italy to film key scenes for the next instalment of the James Bond franchise in Rome next year, according to local reports.
Miley Cyrus was caught on camera dancing topless, smearing herself with cake and riding on a penis-shaped bucking bronco during her birthday celebrations.
Cory Monteith left "a big, obvious hole" in Glee, says Mark Salling.
"My band is in the other room screaming at the TV (and each other) over this Cowboys-Giants game. Can't wait for February 1st... (sic)," Perry wrote on Twitter.
As speculation grows over the introduction of a second New Zealand NRL franchise, Warriors CEO Jim Doyle says he doesn't think Wellington could provide the fans.
New Zealand Golf will do all they can to try and get poster girl Lydia Ko involved in next year's Open in Christchurch.
The All Blacks have once again topped the International Rugby Board's end-of-year world rankings, but trans-Tasman rivals Australia have slumped to an all-time low.
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