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Fancy fundraising dinners raising thousands of dollars from undisclosed donors aren't "tricky".
Malaysia Airlines says it has lost contact with a plane carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew.
A new report shows New Zealand women are making no progress breaking through the glass ceiling.
Oscar Pistorius told a concerned security guard on the phone that everything was "fine" after neighbours reported gunshots.
Colin Craig says he doesn't yet know which electorate seat he will run for in this year's election.
Justin Bieber reportedly stormed out of a deposition relating to a lawsuit brought by a photographer.
Footage from space of the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks is to be broadcast on British television for the first time.
The Conservative Party is appealing to the public to "defend honesty" and donate to their defamation case.
Advocacy groups say the Scouts' partnership with Mattel promotes the sexualisation of girls.
A two-year-old boy is in a stable condition in hospital after he was allegedly assaulted in Masterton.
The company has been subject to mounting protests since the Government became its 100 percent shareholder.
Crimea's parliament has called a March 16 referendum on whether the semi-autonomous region should join Russia.
A motorcyclist has died following a crash with a truck on a rural Waikato road outside Matamata.
Kiwi shot putter Tom Walsh blitzed an experienced international field to finish third at the world indoor athletics championships.
Bryan Cranston, acclaimed for his role in TV's Breaking Bad, is winning praise for his portrayal of President Johnson in the Broadway play All The Way.
Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick says his players must disembark from the roller-coaster ride of recent weeks and start playing with pride.
Waitawa regional park is opening its gates to adventurous Aucklanders for the first time in a decade.
On the 13th time their street had flooded, Jo Byrnes and her family decided to start packing their things.
Policy holders are combining forces to take group action against their insurer, Southern Response.
Former Davis Cup and Wimbledon player, now coach to seven sets of twins, David Mustard has a lot on his plate.
Tristram Clayton spent the past three days at Astrolabe Reef with exclusive access to the entire salvage operation.
Wet and windy weather has pummeled Christchurch overnight.
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A strong showing by the Brumbies has them leaving Wellington with a bonus point win after they beat the Hurricanes 29-21.
The Breakers were left stunned at Vector Arena after the Tigers scored 44 points in the fourth quarters to come from behind and win 97-84.
Wary of a backlash, Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic are approaching their trans-Tasman netball league clash with Northern Mystics cautiously.
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