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Prime Minister John Key is changing the law on MPs' pay rises to bring them in line with the public sector.
Kim Dotcom's failed Internet Party has been dealt another humiliating blow.
Two young men doused a 21-year-old man in petrol and burnt him alive because they wanted his money, a court has been told.
An international forensic science expert has told the jury in the Mark Lundy murder retrial the crime scene was "compromised" from when the first person arrived at the house.
The Prime Minister has insisted he's only sending a modest force to Iraq. But we're actually contributing far more soldiers per capita than any of our allies, even the United States.
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Samsung has launched its new smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
A Hawke's Bay credit union has been ordered to pay $168,000 to a former employee after it breached her privacy around an expletively iced cake.
More than 40,000 fans turned out to watch the Black Caps beat Australia on Saturday at Eden Park. But ticket sales for the upcoming match in Napier have been slow.
Prince William is in Beijing to begin a four-day visit of China.
The mother of a murdered schoolgirl says a new trans-Tasman information sharing agreement wouldn't have saved her child.
Thousands of people have marched in central Moscow to honour the memory of gunned down opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.
WorkSafe has accused MSD of failing to protect its employees following a tragic shooting at the Ashburton Work and Income last year.
Onlookers were shocked and outraged when a homeless man was shot dead by LA police officers, with a video of the incident being posted online.
The World Cup is in its first official rest day, and the Black Caps can put their feet up and reflect on a perfect start.
Pantera are working with the authorities in Texas after learning the grave of their late guitarist 'Dimebag' Darrell Abbott was vandalised recently.
Together they lock the Chiefs scrum, but from May, Matt Symons will be eligible to join Brodie Retallick in an All Blacks pack.
Upper Hutt City Council has inadvertently killed nearly two dozen eels, enraging local residents.
Two US astronauts have made speedy work of their third spacewalk to get the International Space Station ready for the arrival of more commercial spacecraft.
More employees on zero-hour contracts have contacted Campbell Live complaining of how their employers can't even promise them half a shift.
John Sellwood investigates whether Christchurch homes could be facing serious problems involving sub-standard earthquake repairs.
Masterton mayor Lyn Patterson, Carterton mayor John Booth, and south Wairarapa mayor Adrienne Staples all see no benefit at all joining the regions together.
Ali Ikram met up with Auckland Council's parks manager to ask whose job it is to keep walkways, parks and reserves around the city clean and tidy.
A Hamilton couple who confiscated the keys of an out-of-control foreign driver have captured the incident on camera.
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Samsung announced its new flagship phone the Galaxy S6 this morning, along with its even sexier brother the S6 Edge.
Disgraced Australian entertainer Rolf Harris will be stripped of his Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) title following his sex crime conviction.
Batman's longtime sidekick Catwoman is set to 'come out' as a bisexual in a new comic.
The X Factor NZ issued an on-air apology last night after it featured a convicted criminal as a contestant last week. But was it enough to end the controversy?
Glee star Darren Criss has become the first of the show's cast members to write original songs for the series.
William Shatner has been forced to miss his Star Trek co-star Leonard Nimoy's funeral due to prior commitments.
It was supposed to be a Melbourne Victory celebration, but Wellington Phoenix spoiled the party with a stunning 3-2 win at AAMI Park.
England's faltering World Cup campaign suffered another blow after a target of 310 was chased down by Sri Lanka with nine wickets to spare.
Trent Merrin is expected to put pen to paper with a new club before the NRL season kicks off this week.
Robbie Henshaw's first Test try kept alive Ireland's Grand Slam hopes as the defending Six Nations champions beat England 19-9 at Lansdowne Road.
Minor premiers Cairns Taipans have advanced into a NBL finals series with New Zealand Breakers after completing a straight games semi-finals win over defending champions Perth Wildcats.
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