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Solid Energy has announced plans to cut at least 113 jobs from its operation at Stockton Mine on the West Coast in the face of a high dollar and low coal prices.
Gifts given to the Prime Minister in the past year included private jet trips, meat and a tea table, according to the Register of Pecuniary Interests.
Several people have contacted police to raise concerns about Gloriavale Christian Community following serious allegations of misconduct.
The two men found guilty murdering Auckland man Shalvin Prasad in 2013 have been sentenced to life in prison, with a minimum non-parole period of 17 years.
A former teacher at one of Auckland's top schools is in court over a charge of committing an indecent act in a classroom.
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It took eight weeks and 21 women, but last night The Bachelor NZ's Art Green finally chose his winner.
Prince Harry took part in a set of military exercises on Sydney Harbour today, but a young Australian woman was trying manoeuvres too.
Stefano Olivieri and Hayley Holt will join Candy Lane on the judging panel for TV3's new show Dancing with the Stars.
Police have fined a 24-year-old man $150 after he attempted to use a North Shore T2 lane with a mannequin in the passenger seat.
A New Zealander on trial in China, accused of trying to smuggle methamphetamine out of the country, has told a court he's prepared to help police identify Chinese suspects.
The extra $98 million the Government has announced for elective surgery is a drop in the bucket, says Labour's Annette King.
The voting polls have just opened in Britain, and this time tomorrow the two main parties will find out if they've done enough to form a stable government.
The Government is on the hunt for a new ambassador to speak up for New Zealand's threatened native birds, animals, and plants.
The Kiwis' Warriors contingent are confident they can bring their red-hot Test form to club level ahead of Saturday's game to the Cronulla Sharks.
Englishman Nish Kumar is a terrific comedian - charming, intelligent and hilarious.
New Zealand have issued a long-range warning to England captain Alastair Cook that his wicket will be a top priority in their two-Test series.
The US government scientists say that global carbon dioxide concentrations have reached a new monthly record of 400 parts per million.
Despite what your parents might tell you, modern music doesn't all sound the same – and now scientists have proved it.
Bill Toomey suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder after what he witnessed during the February 2011 earthquake, but ACC refuse to pay for lost income.
A flat in the city occupied by up to 20 Filipino workers paying up to $145 each a week to be there, isn't just the one such house.
If you're living in a cold house and don't have the means to make it warmer, you may be eligible for home insulation free of charge.
John Campbell paid Thomas and his Greenwoods Fresh Catch Fish & Chip Shop a visit with a brand new DVD to show on his television.
A truck crash that caused a major cream spill on the Takaka Hill near Golden Bay has seen the nearby river run white with milk.
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To the Saudi King: Stop the beheadings
"To the King of Saudi Arabia: The way your kingdom beheads its citizens for crimes like blasphemy is simply barbaric."
To the Saudi King: Stop the beheadings
A quick look at Australia and New Zealand's rugby league rivalry:
As the European music world gears up for the biggest event in their calendar the Eurovision Song Contest, there has been chatter about one song in particular.
Troubled pop star Justin Bieber was reportedly in talks to make his debut in a World Wrestling Entertainment match last summer, but the deal fell through.
Noel Gallagher blames Liam for constant rumours that Oasis will reform and accuses his girlfriend Debbie Gwyther of fuelling the speculation.
Filmmaker Joss Whedon has blasted suggestions he quit Twitter following a backlash from feminists over the latest Avengers movie.
"If a discharge without conviction is the right outcome for Moala then Steve Hansen is chasing Isaac Ross for the World Cup and Tim Sheens should stick with his current Kangaroos line-up."
The Auckland Council is to postpone a decision on a sports stadium reshuffle that could have jeopardised the Warriors future in the city.
Rory McIlroy is hoping to cure his TPC Sawgrass headache.
Big-hitting West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has rocketed his Royal Challengers Bangalore side to a massive Indian Premier League win with a quick-fire century.
A Hurricanes backline already missing Beauden Barrett will also be without in-form All Blacks Julian Savea and TJ Perenara when they host the Sharks.
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