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A five-year-old boy is missing after being swept into the ocean at Mount Maunganui.
An elderly Christchurch truck driver who ran over and killed a 22-year-old cyclist has been disqualified from driving for eight months.
The United States' love of hamburgers is about to cause pain for New Zealanders at the supermarket.
The fight for Labour's leadership has become bitter and personal, with David Cunliffe's wife caught in the crossfire.
The US has diagnosed its first case of Ebola - a man who became infected in Liberia then travelled to Texas.
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Police are on the hunt for two men in Southland who have allegedly been 'shoulder surfing' elderly people.
Australians have claimed many Kiwi icons in the past and one Australian TV presenter has labelled Lorde "Australasian".
Photos of the wedding of George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have been released with the bride showing off her gown.
A picture of a psychedelic sea slug has won the public choice category in this year's NIWA photography competition.
A study by a New Zealand Transport Agency safety panel on ways to reduce the number of cycling deaths calls for fines for motorists caught passing cyclists too closely.
Official figures out today show crime continues to drop, down 3.2 percent in the past year.
Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters have chanted and booed outside a ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary of Communist China.
Seven Greenpeace protestors disrupted the petroleum industry conference in Auckland today.
Doug Bracewell will return to the Black Caps Test squad for a series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates next month.
Taylor Swift has praised Emma Watson after her sexual equality speech at the United Nations earlier this month.
The All Blacks welcomed a man who was once one of their most fierce rivals into their camp in Johannesburg.
A new website that uses location-based technology is turning the New Zealand adult industry on its head.
Wildlife numbers have plunged by more than half in just 40 years as Earth's human population has nearly doubled, a survey shows.
Sadly many people these days believe it is impossible to break into Auckland's property market, but tonight, Campbell Live shared an example of a solution.
The two-bedroom settler's cottage in Grey Lynn is expected to fetch $1 million. If it even gets close to that price, that's outrageous.
South Auckland's Mangere Bridge is on the rise, dubbed the new Ponsonby, as house hunters expand their horizons.
As populations have grown, back yards have shrunk; housing has gone upwards and neighbours have got closer.
While the SPCA is commonly known for looking after domestic animals, they have made an exception.
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McKay Chat: Fekitoa stakes claim
"Twelve months out from a World Cup, starting Malakai Fekitoa against the Springboks seems like not only the right call, but the sensible and logical one."
McKay Chat: Fekitoa stakes claim
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters have been occupying parts of Hong Kong for more than a week now.
Amanda Bynes' parents are eager to find out more information about their daughter's DUI arrest and her whereabouts.
AC/DC star Malcolm Young's family has confirmed the rocker is suffering from dementia.
There will be no Grand Final for Kiwis hooker Isaac Luke as the NRL clamp down on lifting tackles.
Manchester City had to settle for a point as they drew 1-1 with Roma in a Champions League tie at the Ethiad Stadium.
Injuries to pivotal New Zealand Breakers players Tom Abercrombie and Alex Pledger are likely to force them out of the start of the NBL season.
New Zealander James Franklin provided the decisive blows as his Barbados Tridents beat Northern Districts.
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