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Prime Minister John Key says the National Party is going to have to work hard for every single vote in next month's election.
Prime Minister John Key and Labour leader David Cunliffe are both concerned about the prices Air New Zealand charges for its regional services.
A 38-year old kitchenhand from Otaki is to be sentenced for the rape and murder of Christchurch caregiver Amy Farrall.
As housing becomes a hot election issue National has launched a fierce attack against Labour's policy.
Ukraine has appealed for NATO's help after reporting that a huge convoy of tanks and weaponry from Russia was moving through the southeast of the country.
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Online subscription television service Lightbox launched overnight in New Zealand, and its full line-up has been unveiled.
Paul's youngest daughter, gives her views on matters of political interest - not matters of interest to her - but the political stories captivating the media.
A 9-year-old girl has accidentally killed an instructor with an Uzi at a gun range in Arizona.
Zach Challies has used a 3D printer to create a detachable facial prosthetic that costs only $100.
Landlords claim the Greens' blanket approach to improving rental housing won't work.
A United Nations humanitarian aid convoy has crossed into Gaza from Egypt for the first time since a blockade was introduced in 2007.
Public executions, amputations, lashings and mock crucifixion have become a regular fixture in jihadist-controlled areas of Syria.
A World Health Organization employee with Ebola has arrived in Germany.
Polish fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska and Sloane Stephens have been knocked out of the US Open.
Hundreds of tourists were evacuated from a beach close to the location of the Jaws set this week.
Alexis Sanchez scored his first goal for Arsenal as the 10-man English club advanced past Besiktas 1-0 on aggregate in the Champions League.
The maker of a new $US33 ($NZ39.40) smartphone billed as India's cheapest says it aims to sell half a million in the next three months.
When their Indonesian boat sank and no rescue came, Nelson couple Tony Lawton and Gaylene Wilkinson swum for shore, which took them eight hours to make it.
Human rights photographer Robin Hammond's work has been published around the world - it is powerful enough to have him banned from Zimbabwe and Egypt.
A 15-year-old Wellington student has just won a scholarship to Space Camp in Alabama - the amazing thing is that she is totally blind.
The Ministry of Health has asked St John to reduce emergency department arrivals by 80,000 by assisting with community-based healthcare.
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"I've heard it time and time again from athletes: "Who wouldn't want to stand on the podium and hear their national anthem?""
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The most recent outbreak of violence in the Gaza Strip was sparked by the killing of three Jewish teens.
Steve Albini was delighted when he was given the chance to remaster Nirvana's In Utero album, as it finally vindicated his original work.
Lady Gaga surprised the audience at a Queen concert in Australia last night by taking to the stage to perform 'Another One Bites the Dust'.
Italian actress Sophia Loren will be honoured by the American Film Institute at its annual festival in November.
Anson Mount, Jackie Earle Haley and Jennifer Carpenter star in Shinji Mikami's upcoming horror game The Evil Within.
Retiring Manly prop Jason King is set for a Brookvale Oval farewell home game after having a reckless high-tackle charge downgraded at the NRL judiciary.
Kiwi sculler Mahe Drysdale eased through to the semi-finals at the world rowing championships with a controlled quarter-final win in Amsterdam.
Dean Brownlie scored a century before New Zealand A's bowling attack tore apart county side Kent to guide the tourists to a 172-run in a 50-over match.
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