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John Key is accused of another lie – that his spy agency, the GCSB, doesn't engage in mass surveillance of New Zealanders.
An Otara man who seriously assaulted a police officer has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has attacked potential coalition partners the Greens, saying they promote extremist policies.
The major threat comes from lone wolves like the Boston Marathon bombers and the 2005 London Underground attackers.
Marchers descended on Parliament today to protest against domestic violence.
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Sonny Bill Williams' latest on-field stint in the NRL could be over as early as Friday night.
Christian Kasper surprised his fiancé with a flashmob wedding in a Dunedin supermarket.
'Dunedin Sound' pioneer Peter Gutteridge of the Chills, the Clean and the Great Unwashed, has died.
The Colombian women's cycling team might be on the lookout for a new designer after the criticism they've received for their new racing kit.
A 33-year-old Blenheim man injured in a forestry accident has been airlifted to Nelson Hospital.
Former New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister Wyatt Creech is in Fiji to supervise the upcoming elections.
Michael Harris is alleged to have indecently assaulted and made intimate recordings of a number of males, mostly overseas tourists, who stayed with him.
Some 2000 demonstrators have taken to the streets of Glasgow to protest against the BBC's coverage of Scotland's independence referendum, four days before the knife-edge vote.
American golfer Billy Horschel has banked $14 million after winning the PGA Tour Championship.
Incredibly addictive - this is straightforward, good time gaming that adds yet another knot to Maxis Studio's success.
Team New Zealand wrapped up their first regatta victory in the Extreme Sailing series, winning a dramatic final race in Istanbul.
There are seven parties and 249 candidates standing for the new 50-seat parliament. Each candidate has been assigned a three-digit number, and it's that number that appears on the voting papers.
Appearing in the critical presidential state of Iowa, Hillary Clinton joked about her potential 2016 White House bid, saying she was more interested in steak.
Tonight at Kim Dotcom's Moment of Truth event, journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke on alleged evidence that claims of widespread domestic spying.
Auckland Middle School principal Wendy Greig is a registered teacher - she says being in charge at a charter school hasn't changed how she does her job.
At 22, Rhys Lawrey has travelled to 73 countries across 80,000 km, and he's doing it all on a brand new triumph motorbike.
The seat is currently held by Internet Mana co-leader Hone Harawira, but in 2011 he had his majority slashed by 5000 votes.
Opinion: Dear Hone, harden up
"Hone Harawira needs to stand up and stop the Internet Party from walking all over him on the cannabis issue."
Opinion: Dear Hone, harden up
Key questions and answers about the Islamic group that beheaded two American journalists and a British aid worker.
One of the most searched phrases this week is "How to remove U2 album" after the rockers released a free album over iTunes.
Taylor Swift is coming Down Under to perform on the grand final of this season of Australian X Factor.
Shawn Levy and Hugh Jackman are quietly working on a sequel to their 2011 robot movie Real Steel.
Iggy Azalea's legal team claims she's under 18 in a sex tape and that 'Iggy' is trademarked so a porn company can't release the footage.
Lydia Ko finished seven shots off the pace in a share of eighth place after carding an even-par final round 71 at the Evian Championship in France.
Team USA have claimed back-to-back FIBA Basketball World Cups after steam-rolling Serbia 129-92 in the final in Madrid.
Radamel Falcao made his debut as Manchester United earned a 4-0 win at home to Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League.
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