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David Cunliffe says he will immediately set up a full-scale review of NZ's intelligence and security services if he is Prime Minister next week.
Hone Harawira's privileges complaint based on an alleged Warner Brothers email won't be dealt with until the next parliament has been sworn in.
Police are warning gay men to stop meeting for sex in a family-friendly south Auckland park.
Fire investigators believe the teenager who died in a Christchurch house fire on the weekend actually slept through the blaze.
The air strike is the first time the US has targeted the militants close to the Iraqi capital.
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A 6m-long Cuvier's beaked whale washed up on a Porirua Beach this morning.
The Rolling Stones want to know what rarities their Kiwi fans hope they'll play here in November.
The biggest revelation from last night's Kim Dotcom-organised Moment of Truth event was perhaps Edward Snowden's claim that US spy agency the NSA has two bases in New Zealand.
Oscar Pistorius, found guilty of the negligent killing of his girlfriend last week, is free to compete for South Africa again.
A 13-year-old boy charged with murdering dairy owner Arun Kumar will have to wait to find out whether he has been granted bail.
The Australian PM has relocated his office to a remote Aboriginal settlement in Northern Territory, making good on an election promise.
Four people have been arrested after two service stations in south Auckland were ram-raided and robbed early this morning.
Polls in the Scottish referendum are too close to call, with just a few percentage points splitting the yes and no camps.
The All Blacks have finalised their 30-man Rugby Championship squad for Test matches in South Africa and Argentina.
Microsoft is is purchasing Minecraft developer Mojang, the two companies have confirmed.
Cronulla Sharks wing Valentine Holmes has withdrawn from the Kiwis squad and is instead opting to chase international honours with the Junior Kangaroos.
Belgium, one of only a few countries to allow euthanasia, has accepted a serial rapist's request that he be allowed to die.
The Colombian women's cycling team might be on the lookout for a new designer after the criticism they've received for their new racing kit.
Tonight at Kim Dotcom's Moment of Truth event, journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke on alleged evidence that claims of widespread domestic spying.
With just under a week until election day, Campbell Live's tour of the country's electorates continues.
Auckland Middle School principal Wendy Greig is a registered teacher - she says being in charge at a charter school hasn't changed how she does her job.
At 22, Rhys Lawrey has travelled to 73 countries across 80,000 km, and he's doing it all on a brand new triumph motorbike.
Opinion: Dear Hone, harden up
"Hone Harawira needs to stand up and stop the Internet Party from walking all over him on the cannabis issue."
Opinion: Dear Hone, harden up
Explore this infographic of key policy areas to read a summary of each party's election priorities.
Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass are reportedly planning to revive the Bourne franchise at Universal Pictures.
Demi Lovato was "farted on" by a nervous fan at a meet and greet, the 22-year-old singer has revealed on Twitter.
Kanye West is refusing to apologise for demanding disabled people stand at his concert because he is a "married, Christian man".
Apple has begun helping people boot U2 off their iTunes accounts after "How to remove U2 album" started trending worldwide.
West Ham United have rescued a point against Hull City after twice coming from behind to secure a 2-2 draw in their English Premier League clash.
Wellington's search for an elusive win in the ITM Cup just got tougher with star fullback Jason Woodward cited for foul play.
Jesse Ryder produced his best first-class bowling figures to keep Essex on the first day of their County Championship second division game.
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