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The 28-year-old man who murdered Auckland mother-of-three Blessie Gotingco can now be revealed as child molester Tony Douglas Robertson.
A former Serco prison guard is among those police are investigating following a massive sting targeting the Head Hunters gang.
Medicines are likely to cost the Government more money under the TPPA, but the Prime Minister says that won't be passed on to consumers.
A formal investigation has been launched after a Fijian player was racially abused in a Christchurch club rugby match.
Police in South Australia say they have no evidence to suggest a body found in a suitcase is missing British girl Madeleine McCann.
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A magpie will be thankful to have both legs on the ground in Canterbury this afternoon following a feather-raising rescue from the treetops.
A Toyota ute with more than 1.2 million kilometres on the clock has sold for the more paltry figure of $3000 in a TradeMe auction.
Funnyman Kevin 'Silent Bob' Smith will perform live in Auckland this September.
The All Blacks may not be so lucky the next time they try and use their match-winning lineout move.
British Prime Minister David Cameron wants disgraced politician Lord Sewel kicked out of the House of Lords.
After years of pushing back closure, OceanaGold's Globe Progress mine near Reefton will lay off 112 workers when mining finishes in October.
Murray McCully has thanked US Secretary of State John Kerry for his "patient diplomacy" in achieving a nuclear agreement with Iran.
The Prime Minister wants to see the people accused of shooting down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 a year ago held to account.
Joseph Parker believes he is potentially 18 months away from a world title shot.
British pop veteran Boy George gave fans a surprise at his Los Angeles concert on Friday night by inviting former Olympian Caitlyn Jenner to introduce the singer before his gig.
All Whites legend Ryan Nelsen believes New Zealand Football (NZF) have a duty to take their Olympic disqualification fight as far as it can go.
A newly discovered Dr Seuss story called What Pet Should I Get? goes on sale tomorrow, nearly 50 years after it was written.
When China's major share index falls 8.5 percent in one day, the world's investors take notice.
A woman managed to push her young son to safety before she fell to her death, after the floor at the top of a shopping mall escalator gave way underneath her.
Warriors lynchpin Shaun Johnson has been hospitalised after suffering a seemingly serious leg injury during the Warriors match against Manly this afternoon.
Indian witch doctors are arriving in New Zealand on tourist or temporary work visas and duping vulnerable Kiwis into forking out thousands of dollars.
Passengers used to landing in Wellington will sympathise with those on board a flight landing in Amsterdam yesterday.
Video of a destructive fire at a Wellington house shows how quickly the flames envelop the building.
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Labour's risky race card flop
"Labour is pissed off. It's pissed off and it's pissing people off. That's what happens when you play the race card."
Labour's risky race card flop
A timeline of Tony Robertson's criminal history, starting in 2003, when he was 16 years old.
Madonna has spoken out to defend the celebrity-owned streaming service Tidal following its rocky launch.
Michael Jackson's father Joe has regained his vision and is doing well as he recovers from heart surgery following a stroke, according to family representative.
The Terminator is getting in the ring in WWE 2K16 - Arnold Schwarzenegger is lending his likeness to the wrestling game.
Stars including Oprah Winfrey and Missy Elliott have flooded social media to pay tribute to Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, who died yesterday.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have launched legal action against editors at Britain's Daily Mail newspaper over pictures they published of their baby daughter Wyatt.
Legendary Australian Boxer Jeff Fenech hopes his protege Bowie Tupou can spring a surprise on Joseph Parker in Invercargill this Saturday.
Lima Sopoaga passed the Ellis Park litmus test with flying colours, surely locking himself into the World Cup squad.
Jimmy Neesham has bounced back from long-term injury with a sharp all-round performance in New Zealand's opening win on their limited overs tour of Africa.
England batsman Ian Bell accepts his form in the "brutal environment" of Test cricket hasn't been good enough.
A little tidying up now will go a long way for the Silver Ferns at next month's netball World Cup, midcourter Grace Rasmussen believes.
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