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Pictures from Whataroa in south Westland have revealed unprecedented destruction to forests.
One of the two charged with attacking Justin Marshall is Adam Kearns, the son of 'Black Widow' Helen Milner.
Police say Brett Makiri, arrested in relation to the kidnapping of a 29-year-old woman, has escaped custody this evening.
Shane Jones has revealed he would have refused to work with the Greens in government.
A study of economic development on the East Coast has concluded the Gisborne to Napier rail line won't be reinstated.
Paula Penfold tests the theory that eating fat can help make you thin.
Benji Marshall says a lifetime of league was too tough to break, finally confirming today he's leaving the Blues.
The hulking Atlas robot is designed not as a warrior but as a humanitarian machine that would rescue natural disaster victims.
Beethoven Algar was a former All Black and soldier, who was also a camel-riding bodyguard for Lawrence of Arabia.
There was nearly a serious political outrage at Waitangi's lower marae today.
Melanie Reid reveals how the ACC has been using your private information.
Novopay is settling down but the Ministry still has to recover $8.9 million from teachers in overpayments.
Fifty-five scientists from have convened in Queenstown for the Antarctic and Southern Ocean Horizon Scan conference.
Lawyers for defendants in Michael Egan's Hollywood rape lawsuits have spoken out to refute his claims.
The League fix catches up with Mike McRoberts to discuss the Benji Marshall saga, the Warriors, the Anzac Test and the obstruction rule.
Joseph Parker says Shannon Briggs should let his fists do the talking, rather than interrupting press conferences.
Wearable technology has been singled out as one of the hottest trends, but companies have failed to capitalise on interest.
It's not for lack of trying, but rather, a lack of knowledge - they've been told they have "unexplained infertility".
The Easter weekend brought a heavy downpour, flooding houses in Flockton, Christchurch again.
How much sugar did you consume over the Easter weekend? The World Health Organisation has released new recommendations.
The storm today swept through the top of the North Island as dawn broke and caused major problems.
Christchurch has been hit hard by the tail-end of Cyclone Ita, which has ravaged the country for the past 24 hours.
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Plays of the week
A new trailer, screenshots and the October 10 release date have been released by EA today.
The Raid filmmaker Gareth Evans describes his five favourite movie fights of all time in this video.
"It's like when you get the new Batman franchises, things get dressed up in a different way," says Bay.
Lily Allen sings about Lorde, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Katy Perry and Beyonce in her boxing-themed new song 'Sheezus'.
"The fact that there is no obvious successor is what makes United's next move so much harder following an unthinkable 10 months under David Moyes."
Chelsea has held Atletico Madrid to a 0-0 at the Vicente Calderon Stadium in Madrid.
The Chiefs have made six changes to their starting side which will play the Brumbies in Canberra.
Greenpeace unleashes polar bear on Auckland
Going completely sugar-free
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