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Samoa's Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi says his country has nothing to hide, following allegations New Zealand is spying on its neighbours.
The Greens are backing a call by Parliament's environment watchdog for more extensive air quality monitoring.
Chatham Rock Phosphate is looking to raise a further $1.25 million as its key staff take pay cuts and the company pursues both legislation changes and a new mining consent.
A 32-year-old man was this morning found unconscious with head injuries after falling down a steep bank and over a five-metre retaining wall onto a roadway.
A police car has been torched while officers were off on a foot patrol in south Auckland.
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Veteran music duo Hall & Oates are suing a granola company in a row over a breakfast cereal.
Not one rare white kiwi chick but two have defied the odds in being discovered at a Wairarapa wildlife centre.
Joseph Parker has moved to 13-0 in his professional boxing career after beating Jason Pettaway by technical knockout in the fourth round.
Teina Pora is planning to take part in a boxing match with a police officer within the next three months.
Winston Peters turns 70 next month but Northland voters don't think he's too old to be their MP.
Threats will never deter the United States, Secretary of State John Kerry has said after an activist slashed the US ambassador to South Korea in the face.
The families of the Bali Nine ringleaders facing execution are on their way to Indonesia to visit them one last time.
Rescuers have found 32 bodies of miners in the Zasyadko mine in eastern Ukraine a day after a blast ripped through the shaft, a rebel official says.
All Whites defender Winston Reid has signed a new six-year deal with West Ham United, keeping him at the club until the end of the 2021 season.
Kelly Clarkson has brushed off harsh comments from a British columnist who called the pop star a "chunky monkey" after a recent appearance on UK TV.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have made the perfect start to defending their NRL crown, beating the Brisbane Broncos 36-6 at Suncorp Stadium.
A field study carried out in China has revealed that adults get real flu once every five years.
A breakthrough by scientists could mean that they may be able treat arthritis by offering cartilage replacements.
A year on, as the world wonders what happened to Flight MH370, the family of victims of a Kiwi aviation mystery are still haunted almost four decades later.
John Campbell spoke with a reporter outside Kerobokan Prison, and asked him if there is any hope of a stay of execution for the Bali Nine ringleaders.
Teina Pora could be in line for compensation of around $2 million after his convictions for the rape and murder of Ms Burdett were quashed.
A British couple involved in a car crash caused by a foreigner have urged the PM to change the way tourists are driving on Kiwi roads.
A Hamilton couple who confiscated the keys of an out-of-control foreign driver have captured the incident on camera.
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Opinion: Teina Pora retrial pointless
"It is pointless re-trying Teina Pora for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett, and the New Zealand Police know it."
Opinion: Teina Pora retrial pointless
New Zealand's top boxer Joseph Parker takes on unheralded American Jason Pettaway in South Auckland on Thursday night.
Fans of rock icon Kurt Cobain can bid on a piece of music history after his childhood home in Washington went up for sale this week.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West apparently practise everything in the mirror before attending events.
David Bowie has snapped up a collection of masks based on his own face to add to his personal archive of memorabilia.
Iron Maiden are planning their future around the outcome of bandmate Bruce Dickinson's cancer treatment.
The Volvo Ocean Race crews are enjoying some well-earned rest before the fleet heads off on the fifth leg next weekend.
Tamim Iqbal scored 95 runs to lead Bangladesh to a six-wicket win over Scotland.
Chiefs coach Dave Rennie's found another rough diamond in the form of Bay of Plenty loose forward Johan Bardoul.
World champion double sculler Fiona Bourke has been selected to fill the vacant women's singles sculls berth in the New Zealand team for the world rowing champs.
Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick has signed a new deal to remain at the helm of the A-League club for another three years.
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