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There was no political interference during the initial police probe into whether John Banks had falsely declared donations from Kim Dotcom anonymous, the independent police watchdog says.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter admits football's world body faces a "difficult time" because of a major corruption storm.
There is more gloomy news for dairy farmers this morning – Fonterra has cut its forecast payout for this season for the second time in a month.
Labour's latest gripe with SkyCity's downsized international convention centre is that it will have pillars which will block views and get in people's way.
Emergency services were called to the Four Kauri Family Medical Centre on New North Rd at around 7:30am.
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A husband sneaking into his wife's birthday chocolate stash was a blessing in disguise after he found a whole wasp embedded in the block.
Three years after their two-year-old triplets were killed in a Doha mall fire, parents Jane and Martin Weekes still want to see justice.
New Zealand Football does not expect the crisis gripping FIFA to impact negatively on the running of the under-20 World Cup beginning this week.
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Police are investigating how a Christchurch five-year-old sustained serious head injuries after going home from school.
The US State Department plans to release thousands of emails by White House hopeful Hillary Clinton from her time as America's top diplomat.
A female social worker is reportedly on trial in Auckland, charged with having sex with a 15-year-old boy in her care.
Bangladesh plans to relocate thousands of Rohingya who have spent years in refugee camps.
The French Open is over for New Zealand No 1 Marina Erakovic following a hasty first-round exit from the women's doubles.
Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams is struggling to cope with the fame that comes with her role in the hit fantasy series.
Hurricanes skipper Conrad Smith knows from personal experience just how dangerous the underdog can be.
Following a horror May with 11 deaths in one weekend, police are asking drivers to keep safety in mind over the Queen's Birthday break.
An artificial intelligence expert says machines capable of deciding for themselves who should live and die will be on the battlefield soon.
For the first time on a news or current affairs programme, John Campbell has rare insight into what takes place.
Ecoversion has offered to take spare tyres off people's hands but Taupo Mayor David Trewavas says it's not only an eyesore but an environmental hazard.
An art centre designed by Austrian Friedensriech Hundertwasser, once a former resident of the region, is dividing the town.
We are often told about the special relationship between the two countries, but there's nothing special about being a Kiwi in Australia.
Porirua Mayor Nick Leggett shared the video thinking it was a bit of fun, but then changed his mind and called police.
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Seymour a class act
"I actually can't believe I'm saying this, but ACT leader David Seymour is doing a great job."
Seymour a class act
FIFA is currently facing the biggest scandal in its 111-year history after US authorities raided an annual meeting and arrested top officials in a corruption probe.
Rap pioneers Public Enemy are set to team up on the road with British dance music supergroup The Prodigy.
Former Red Hot Chili Peppers star John Frusciante will no longer be releasing his music commercially after declaring he no longer has an audience.
A lawyer for late blues legend B.B. King has accused two of the star's daughters of alleging the rocker was poisoned because they are upset over their inheritance.
Jennifer Lawrence has reportedly moved in with Chris Martin while she has building work done on her own house.
Rocker Ryan Adams has vowed to battle through the pain to continue his tour after breaking a rib.
Crusaders pivot Dan Carter enters uncharted waters as his team prepare for Friday's Super Rugby match against the table-topping Hurricanes in Nelson.
A projected increase in revenue has allowed New Zealand Rugby to lock up two of its most talented players without the need for a sabbatical clause.
Kiwi mountain-biker Kelly McGarry has suffered a shocking crash at an event in China.
Black Caps paceman Trent Boult has climbed to fourth in the ICC Test bowling rankings, the highest he's ever been.
Canadian sixth seed Eugenie Bouchard, a semi-finalist in 2014, has crashed out of this year's French Open in the first round at the hands of France's Kristina Mladenovic.
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