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A man who allegedly stabbed one woman to death and injured two others has been charged with murder and attempted murder.
Australian batsman Phil Hughes has died after being struck by a bouncer on Tuesday during a game.
John Key is refusing to apologise for misleading the public by denying he was texting Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater, even though he was.
A motorcyclist killed in a collision with a van near Queenstown was on his way from the Waikato to the Burt Munro Challenge in Southland.
Chris Finlayson has apologised for dismissing Parliament's select committee process as "chit chat".
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Golf-ball-sized hail has smashed cars and buildings as a super cell sweeps through Brisbane
The family of late Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes have spoken out about his death, saying they are devastated.
Siberia air passengers had to get out and push their plane in temperatures of minus 52degC after its chassis froze, Russian prosecutors say.
Double Grammy-winning Auckland teen Lorde has told Jimmy Fallon all about how her friendship with Taylor Swift started.
Convicted murderer and child molester Phillip Smith was able to claim $26,700 in student living costs while he was in prison.
Researchers are one step closer to developing an Ebola vaccine, with an initial trial showing promising results, but it will be months before it can be used in the field.
Police investigating the death of Matthew Greenslade are trying to locate the driver of a silver vehicle who may be able to assist with their enquiries.
Residents of the US town of Ferguson have said they hope racially-charged violence sparked by the Michael Brown case will abate, but nationwide protests suggest anger is still simmering.
A meeting set down for next week could ultimately determine if golf star Lydia Ko will play in next year's New Zealand Open.
Bill Cosby's woes continue to mount in the wake of his alleged sexual assault scandal - another stand-up show has been cancelled.
Opener Mohammad Hafeez struck a dominating century to lift Pakistan to 3-281 in the third and final Test against New Zealand in Sharjah.
Interim name suppression has been continued for a woman who allegedly faked cancer to fraudulently raise $15,000 on Givealittle.
A tiger set free in Russia has killed 18 Chinese goats across the border, with Beijing's state media saying the feline felon was one freed by the Russian president.
Australian batsman Phillip Hughes this evening passed away after being struck by a bouncer during a game on Tuesday.
The local Albert-Eden board is determined to carve up the Chamberlain Park Golf course and divide it into sports fields and a parking lot.
Two Waikato women have created a Christmas display of epic proportions, all in the name of charity.
Tristram Clayton caught up with Cameron Slater to ask him what exactly is his relationship with the Prime Minister.
Protesters have taken to New York streets after a grand jury chose not to press charges against a white officer who shot dead a black teenager.
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The Prime Minister's office has released the text messages between Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater and John Key.
Former Creed star Scott Stapp has hit such hard times he has been living out of his truck.
Filmmakers behind the upcoming Blade Runner sequel are thrilled after original star Harrison Ford agreed to reprise his role as bounty hunter Rick Deckard.
7 Days regular Ben Hurley says the live show delivers more than what you see on TV.
Heavy rockers Megadeth have been dealt another blow after losing guitarist Chris Broderick in the aftermath of drummer Shawn Drover's departure.
Roseanne Barr shared a picture of her swollen face after a cosmetic procedure and joked that she sustained the injuries "in a tussle" with Bill Cosby.
Liverpool face a must-win Champions League clash to qualify after conceding a late goal to draw 2-2 with European minnows PFC Ludogorets in Bulgaria.
Super Rugby could have its first game played in the Pacific Islands if the Crusaders take their clash against the Hurricanes to Fiji next year.
The Australian Rugby Union could be charged for damaging the Ireland dressing room following last week's Test in Dublin.
Australian batsman Phillip Hughes has remained in an induced coma overnight in a Sydney Hospital as he recovers from brain surgery.
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