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A NZ citizen has reportedly been killed by an Islamic State rocket attack after he returned to Iraq.
Three people have died in New South Wales and more than 200,000 homes have been left without power in what's been described as a once-in-a-decade storm.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is "America's worst nightmare" and deserves to die for one of the bloodiest attacks on US soil since 9/11, his trial has heard.
The Govt is ignoring Stewart Islanders' concerns about cage diving operations to view great white sharks, says Winston Peters.
The Tunisian captain of the migrant boat in which 800 people are feared to have drowned is set to be charged with mass murder.
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Missing out in the ballot for places at the official Gallipoli dawn service won't stop thousands of Australians and Kiwis attending ceremonies across the peninsula.
The Turkish government is trying to push Mustafa Kemal Ataturk off his pedestal in a bid to rewrite history for political purposes, a Turkish academic says.
In the fourth instalment of our Great War stories, we look at Ettie Rout – a pioneering health educator who promoted safe sex for soldiers.
The meat industry is reassuring Kiwis that the retailers prosecuted over the unauthorised use of sulphites in raw meat do not represent the wider industry.
The US has expressed its concern after an Egyptian court sentenced Islamist former president Mohamed Morsi to a hefty jail term.
Australian govts are going to have a tough time in the years ahead as they face the need to continue cutting costs, Bill English says.
Former SS officer Oskar Groening has asked for forgiveness over his role in mass murder at the Nazi death camp, Auschwitz.
Warriors giant winger Manu Vatuvei has reportedly signed on with the club for a further three years.
Adele is reportedly "taking her time" to figure out who to work with on her new album.
Cricket bosses have launched a campaign for lights to be installed at Dunedin's University Oval.
A co-pilot who spilt coffee on the instrument panel of the Serbian president's plane and then hit an emergency button while trying to mop it up caused the jet to plunge.
Scientists in the US have found a way to stop mice addicted to nicotine from suffering anxiety when their supply is cut off.
Campbell Live investigates what happens when a business gets consent to use water, especially when it's foreign owned.
A former Gloriavale member spent the first 19 years of her life inside the community before escaping, leaving behind six brothers and two sisters.
Imagine a cross between a taxi, a train and a ski gondola that can take you direct from door to door.
Campbell Live visits a castle for sale in the sought-after Auckland Grammar zone.
A truck crash that caused a major cream spill on the Takaka Hill near Golden Bay has seen the nearby river run white with milk.
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Gallipoli: End of the 'Digger' myth
"The 'Digger' myth has nothing at all to do with Gallipoli, but everything to do with New Zealand."
Gallipoli: End of the 'Digger' myth
A terminally ill Wellington woman has petitioned the High Court to uphold her right to die at the time of her choosing.
Pop sensation Sam Smith will compete for a top prize at Britain's 2015 Ivor Novello Awards in London next month.
James Bond actor Daniel Craig was paid an eye-watering US$5 million to hold a Sony cellphone in a 007 movie, according to new leaked emails.
Chris Hadfield, the astronaut who became the first man to shoot a music video in outer space, has set his sights on the album charts.
Margot Robbie has been named as the frontrunner to bring the iconic Barbie doll to life in a new movie.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show has remained a cult favourite ever since it exploded in the 1970s. But have you ever heard of its sequel, Shock Treatment?
Hurricanes fullback Jason Woodward has broken his ankle and will miss the rest of the Super Rugby season.
Central Coast Mariners goalkeeper Liam Reddy was suspended for two matches for an incident in their 3-2 loss against Wellington Phoenix.
English club Leicester have confirmed the signing of New Zealand lock Mike Fitzgerald.
Auckland City FC and Team Wellington will meet in an all-New Zealand final in Suva to decide the winners of the Oceania Champions League.
The ICC has cleared the bowling action of Pakistani spinner Mohammad Hafeez following remedial work and retests.
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