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The United States and Cuba have made a historic breakthrough in their Cold War stand-off, moving to revive diplomatic ties and ease a five-decade trade embargo.
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission has completed its inquiry into how and why the Rena ran aground on the Astrolabe Reef.
Police are warning motorists in the Waikato and the Bay of Plenty to take care after heavy rain.
The Wellington City Council will chip in with $1.95 million to get the consenting process started for the proposed extension to Wellington Airport's runway.
Pakistan will end its moratorium on the death penalty in terror-related cases, a day after Taliban militants killed 141 people in an attack on a school.
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If you're planning on snapping up an iPad or iPhone at a bargain price for your loved ones this Christmas, beware: you've got some competition.
Russell Brand has felt the wrath of an angry bank worker who has written a letter of complaint to the star for staging a "futile publicity stunt" at his place of work.
A disabled dog in the US has been given the freedom to run after his owner had 3D printed prosthesis made.
Waikato police have apologised to 'persons of Irish descent' after assuming a driver stopped by police with a kayak tied crossways across his roof was Irish.
Pilot John de Ridder and Department of Conservation ranger William Macrae were killed in November 2011 as they were trying to rescue people trapped by a large scrub fire.
The rouble, which lost a fifth of its value in a single day on Tuesday (local time), has lost 60 percent of its value since the beginning of the year.
The Interislander ferry Aratere has been given the all-clear after a technical fault forced the cancellation of two sailings.
The Palestinian Islamic militant group Hamas must be removed from the EU's terrorism blacklist, but its assets will stay frozen, a European court has ruled.
Athletics great Valerie Adams has won the New Zealand Olympic Committee's Lonsdale Cup for an unprecedented fifth time.
US officials have spoken out to calm fears of terrorist attacks at cinemas showing The Interview, insisting there is "no credible intelligence" to suggest a plot is underway.
The Black Caps have tied the one day international series 2-2 with Pakistan after winning by seven runs in Dubai.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has led tens of thousands of military and party officials in a ceremony to mark the end of three years of mourning for former supremo Kim Jong-Il.
Two politically divided brothers received an unusual call from a viewer on a US political talk show.
Campbell Live has been contacted by mothers who have been simply shafted when they return to work after parental leave.
Auckland man Bernie O'Donnell got a ticket on Monday at a Wilson carpark, for having his parking ticket upside down.
There were just 13 fatal shark attacks worldwide last year, and in New Zealand there's a fatal attack once every 15 years.
Australia, along with the rest of the world, has been left in complete shock over the acts of a lone gunman in a central Sydney café.
It seems to be the silly season for drivers after a car overloaded with bicycles was spotted in Auckland.
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Anderson deserves a second chance
"How do you recover after having a family member shot dead during a holiday weekend at a ski lodge?"
Anderson deserves a second chance
Stories have begun emerging from the 17 staff and customers who were held in the terrifying hostage ordeal in central Sydney's Lindt Café.
British rockers Kasabian are the ones to beat at the 2015 NME Awards after landing eight nominations.
A cinematographer drowned on the set of Jackie Chan's new movie Skiptrace after the vessel he was filming on capsized on Wednesday morning.
Officials in the UK have concluded the owners of a London theatre should not face prosecution over a ceiling collapse which injured 88 audience members.
Collins has confessed to People magazine in a lengthy essay that he had inappropriate sexual contact with three female minors between 1973 and 1994.
For the first time in more than 12 years, a set of brothers will wear the Baggy Green together for Australia
Man United's Ander Herrera has declared that his conscience was "totally clear" after he was named in a Spanish match-fixing probe.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has set up an independent investigation into the "serious" allegations of widespread doping in Russian athletics.
French striker Thierry Henry says he is retiring from professional football after two decades in the game.
Olympian Sarah Cowley has retired from track and field competition after 15 years, saying it is time to move on.
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