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The Government's latest accounts are about to be released and ministers are talking up another surplus.
The march to a World Cup title defence begins in Apia today for the oldest team in All Blacks history.
Skiers and snowboarders will be rubbing their hands with glee at the prospect of fresh snow on the slopes, but ACC is warning snow bunnies to stay safe.
Former Fonterra chief executive, Craig Norgate, has died in the United Kingdom at the age of 50.
A police investigation is underway after a baby was flown to Wellington Hospital with a severe head injury.
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An astrobiologist with a history of claiming to have discovered evidence of extraterrestrial life, in the form of microbes, is at it again.
Weighing in at four tons, a Japanese company's 4-metre high Kuratas robot is set to clash with a US rival's MegaBot.
A West Coast woman has had a lucky escape after her Samsung top loader washing machine caught fire.
Police arrested aspiring politician Curwen Rolinson on April 15, and he since appeared in court charged with possession of cannabis for supply.
Police are appealing to the public for any information that might help locate Shannon Hoani Martin.
Police have arrested a Chinese university professor who allegedly sold millions of dollars' worth of psychoactive drugs over the internet.
Scientists baffled by a mysterious type of earthquake are eyeing up the North Island's east coast for groundbreaking research.
German prosecutors are seeking three and a half years' jail for a former SS officer known as the "Bookkeeper of Auschwitz".
Konrad Hurrell has been named in the Warriors team to face the Melbourne Storm at Mt Smart on Sunday but is yet to be cleared to play.
Shane Cameron and Ben Barrington are the two latest celebrities to leave Dancing With the Stars following Sunday's 80’s-themed show.
The Highlanders will be taking their newly claimed super Rugby trophy on tour over the next few weeks.
Nearly 50 percent of all interactions between the public and Government agencies are done online - an increase of nearly a third since 2012.
Donald Trump is angry Miss Universe Paulina Vega won't give up her crown after condemning his anti-Mexican rant.
In what may appear to be a slightly self-defeating protest, a Rotorua man is going on hunger strike because ACC won't fund his weight-loss surgery.
New Zealand is the first country to power vehicles with commercial biofuel made from the by-product of beer – an initiative by DB Export that kicked off in Auckland today.
Sneak peek at how AC/DC are performing on their current tour before they play Auckland in December.
The decisive moment in arguably the greatest ever Super Rugby final has split opinion in the rugby public.
The wheels on a Wellington bus went round and round, and then one came loose during the rush hour morning commute today.
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The parade to rule them all
"Apia, give yourself a massive pat on the back, you've presented yourselves perfectly during a visit that has a lot of the All Blacks team management a bit nervous."
The parade to rule them all
In the wake of Nick Kyrgios' Wimbledon meltdown, we take a look at a few other sportsmen turning up the heat after, and before, the game is over.
Jai Courtney talks Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke the script and weapons of Terminator Genisys.
Elvis Presley producer, film and TV mogul Jerry Weintraub has died, aged 77.
2K has unveiled the cover for this year's iteration of the WWE 2K series, which features famed wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Kourtney Kardashian has reportedly parted ways with her longtime boyfriend Scott Disick.
Caitlyn Jenner is hoping to shine a light on many issues the transgender community faces in a new editorial series for WhoSay.com.
Australian Olympic legend Dawn Fraser has been branded racist over comments she made about tennis player Nick Kyrgios.
A scorekeeper reportedly left his desk as an Olympic qualifier descended into farce with Vanuatu obliterating the Federated States of Micronesia 46-0 in Papua New Guinea.
Warriors playmaker Shaun Johnson is looking to make the most of his blossoming halves partnership with Chad Townsend while he still can.
Casey Kopua and Leana De Bruin head the players returning for the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic next season.
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