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Police have named the five-year-old boy who has been missing after he was swept away by a large wave at Mount Maunganui.
The body of a foetus has been found at Christchurch's wastewater treatment plant.
Business is returning to normal after a plane was evacuated at Christchurch Airport due to a white powder scare.
A Maori tourism educator has been forced to cancel 217 qualifications and pay back $5.9 million of taxpayers' money.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has caused anger with his response to a bid by some senators to ban burqas from Parliament House on security grounds.
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Housing affordability issues have kept property prices subdued for the fifth consecutive month, according to Trade Me.
Belle and Sebastian, and St Vincent are among the international acts to headline the 2015 Laneway Festival.
New Zealand has good systems to contain the spread of Ebola, says the Ministry of Health.
Singer Jessie J is backing the British government's scheme to add age ratings to music videos.
A Wellington bus company has pleaded guilty to a health and safety charge in relation to incidents where passengers got trapped in bus doors last year.
A US girl abducted by her mother 12 years ago has been reunited with her father after being found safe and well following a joint rescue operation in Mexico.
There's outrage over an 18 percent pay increase for Lyttelton Port boss Peter Davie, whose salary now tops $1 million.
A man who was diagnosed with the Ebola virus in Texas came into contact with young children, and experts are monitoring them for any signs of disease.
Experienced hooker Bismarck du Plessis is the Springboks only starting side change for the Rugby Championship Test against the All Blacks.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have reportedly had a little baby girl.
Danny Welbeck scored his first senior hat-trick as Arsenal cruised to a 4-1 Champions League victory over Galatasaray.
The director of the US Secret Service has resigned following a string of lapses by the elite presidential protection branch.
GI Joe has been transformed into GI Yoga, in a new toy aimed at dudes.
A Palmerston North man has won the admiration and support of his community after taking on the biggest battle of his life – a fight against his own obesity to lose 140kg.
Today in Mount Maunganui a freak accident has seen a large wave pull a five-year-old boy off the beach and out to sea.
If a child up in Northland is struggling with schoolwork, afterschool help can be hard to find. That is why the arrival of the tuition centre NumberWorks'nWords in Kaitaia is a pretty big deal.
In the upmarket suburbs of Parnell and Newmarket, a storm is brewing over a bridge that will lead to nowhere and that could cost ratepayers up to $8 million.
While the SPCA is commonly known for looking after domestic animals, they have made an exception.
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McKay Chat: Fekitoa stakes claim
"Twelve months out from a World Cup, starting Malakai Fekitoa against the Springboks seems like not only the right call, but the sensible and logical one."
McKay Chat: Fekitoa stakes claim
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters have been occupying parts of Hong Kong for more than a week now.
Hugh Jackman has grabbed his private parts in pictures for a new charity campaign to tackle testicular cancer.
Pop superstar Prince has accused U2 of undermining emerging talent by giving away their music for free.
Shihad has announced it will be touring New Zealand at the end of the year after the success of their latest album.
Actress Isla Fisher is reportedly expecting her third child with husband Sacha Baron Cohen.
New Zealand crewmates Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have been shortlisted among five men's nominees for the world sailor of year awards.
Wallabies star Kurtley Beale is in hot water again as the ARU's integrity unit investigates an alleged incident on the team's flight to Argentina.
A late fitness test will decide whether outstanding South Africa No.8 Duane Vermeulen plays against the All Blacks.
Dally M co-winner Jarryd Hayne believes his rival for the vacant Australian No.1 jersey Greg Inglis is set to light up Sunday's NRL grand final.
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