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James Shaw has been elected as the new male co-leader of the Green Party.
One person is dead after a crash between a logging truck and a car occurred in Te Puke this morning.
A hunter is missing in Coromandel Forest Park and rain is forecast.
A representative of the Iwi Chairs Forum refutes claims Maori are lining up to invest in the 200 state houses the Government are selling, and says that iwi should have the state houses transferred for free.
Police are investigating a serious assault that occurred in Tauranga overnight.
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New Zealand have opened the U-20 World Cup with a 0-0 draw against Ukraine in Auckland.
"We all more or less believe in the idea we should show this to the world and if the world doesn't want to see it because the pictures are such crap then we have also failed."
John Campbell's final show at the helm of Campbell Live had more viewers tuning in than ever before.
Google says it has set up a division to work on making 'smart clothes' from specially woven fabric with touch-screen control capabilities.
As Russel Norman stands down as Greens male co-leader, Metiria Turei has praised him for building the party's economic credibility and driving it forward.
Sepp Blatter won a fifth term as FIFA president on Friday in a dramatic end to an angry campaign dominated by a corruption storm.
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee has signed a joint statement on defence co-operation with his UK counterpart Michael Fallon.
The Italian coastguard says it has coordinated the rescue of more than 3300 migrants sailing across the Mediterranean Sea.
Tennis starlet Ana Ivanovic has spoken about her desire to return to Auckland and play at next year’s ASB Classic.
Daniel Rutledge talks to Paul Henry about Dwayne Johnson in San Andreas and Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2.
New Zealand Football is disappointed incumbent Sepp Blatter has been returned as FIFA president in the midst of a corruption scandal.
US authorities investigating the mistaken shipment of live anthrax by a military lab say a batch of the lethal bacteria was sent to Australia in 2008.
The American mastermind behind the criminal website Silk Road has been sentenced to life in prison by a US federal judge.
Campbell Live finishes with a brilliant team of producers, reporters, camera operators, editors and managers – some leaving TV3 and some staying.
Australia won't pay to provide social support for ex-pat Kiwis, but will pay for them to be incarcerated if it all falls apart.
In a country that should only be dealing with first-world problems, there are a few areas where the water supply is still sub-standard and undrinkable.
Parnassus sheep farmer Mike Bowler's determined not to let the stress of the situation get him down - he's found a rather unique way of ensuring it doesn't.
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
Four men are in the running to be the new co-leader of the greens: Kevin Hague, Gareth Hughes, James Shaw and Vernon Tava.
British singer Robbie Williams is to sell more than 150 of his most prized possessions, including awards and handwritten lyrics, to raise money for a UK children's charity.
Prosecutors in Britain have dropped stalking charges against a man accused of harassing Lindsay Lohan after the actress decided against giving evidence at his trial.
Arnold Schwarzenegger had to undergo refresher training to reprise his most famous role as the Terminator.
Lena Dunham was left stunned when she overheard an unnamed co-star complaining about her show Girls - because he hated being part of a project run by a woman.
The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend is coming to the big screen.
Luke Ronchi was determined to be no shrinking violet in what may be his only Test match for New Zealand.
Silver Ferns skipper Casey Kopua, back on the netball court seven months after rupturing her patella tendon.
The Warriors haven't played at home for more than a month, but their "unacceptable" defensive effort last time around remains fresh in coach Andrew McFadden's memory.
Dan Carter was happy with his return to first five-eighth as the Crusaders picked up a bonus-point win over the Hurricanes in Nelson.
They play different sports and have different personalities, but the Wheeler brothers are both striving to make their mark on the sporting landscape.
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