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The soccer officials arrested in an investigation into the FIFA governing body have corrupted the international game, US Attorney General Loretta Lynch says.
The police watchdog is set to release its report on the original police investigation into allegations John Banks falsely declared donations from Kim Dotcom.
The Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Legislation Bill passed its second reading in Parliament last night.
The Civil Aviation Authority says Bob Jones being thrown off an Air New Zealand flight is punishment enough.
The National Party caucus is divided, with backbench MPs staging a revolt against their own party's health and safety reforms.
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Drinking the caffeine equivalent of more than four espressos a day is harmful to health, especially for minors and pregnant women.
Cooper Cronk kicked a game-winning field goal as Queensland edged NSW 11-10 on the back of a strong second half in Sydney.
A rare volcanic eruption in the Galapagos islands may have endangered the world's only population of pink iguanas.
Wellington Zoo has welcomed five male Asian small-clawed otters, who arrived from Perth Zoo yesterday.
The lawyer for a terminally-ill woman seeking the right to die has accused the Crown of scaremongering.
Torrential rains are now responsible for at least nine deaths in Texas and Oklahoma, but up to 40 people are still missing.
The developer behind Canterbury's Rangitata water storage scheme has constructed a salmon-spawning race next to its ponds, to hopefully increase the number of fish in the river.
A 53-year-old man has been arrested after police were called out to an "incident" on Auckland's North Shore today.
Swiss authorities say a seventh top football official has been arrested following a US request in a corruption probe that has sent FIFA into turmoil.
It's 40 years since the first official New Zealand Top 40 music chart, and the music industry is celebrating with a special set of awards.
Long-time New Zealand Breaker Thomas Abercrombie has been re-signed by the ANBL franchise for three more years.
Ten students are missing after a ferry carrying primary school children sank on a tributary of the Mekong River in Laos.
Military researchers are getting closer to developing drone machines that can fight on the ground making artificial intelligence experts nervous.
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
A timeline of the controversial SkyCity International Convention Centre, which is set to be built in Auckland.
30-year-old actress Keira Knightley and her husband James Righton have reportedly welcomed their first child.
It's the first time the country-turned-pop singer has been included in the prestigious list, ranking at number 64.
Rapper Snoop Dogg has deliberately toned down his provocative rhymes in recent years after waves of criticism that his music was misogynistic.
Veteran crooner Engelbert Humperdinck has criticised organisers of the Eurovision Song Contest and accused them of running an "unfair" competition.
The grave of the woman who inspired Alice in Wonderland is to be restored to mark the 150th anniversary of the book's release.
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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