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Police want to speak to Dean Wayne Whakatau, 36, after a 15-year-old girl contacted her family to say she is being held against her will.
Millie Elder-Holmes' boyfriend Connor Morris was murdered with a metre-long sickle that was thrust deep into his brain, killing him instantly, the Crown says.
The man accused of pretending to be a qualified psychiatrist at Waikato Hospital can now be named.
A man shot in a confrontation with armed officers at a central Auckland park last night has been named as 21-year-old David Cerven.
Dairy cooperative Fonterra has been fined $192,000 by the Environment Court for causing a foul stench in a small Taranaki town.
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Ben Stiller is back as Derek Zoolander, the world's greatest male model, in Zoolander 2.
The Silver Ferns head to Sydney this afternoon with mixed emotions ahead of the Netball World Cup.
British TV presenter and 1960s pop star Cilla Black has died at her home in Spain.
For every life saved by screening, more lives are potentially harmed. So are New Zealand women being told the whole story?
Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has pleaded not guilty to breaching the conditions of his home detention sentence.
Twelve countries involved in TPPA negotiations met in Hawaii, but announced on Saturday no deal had been reached.
A well-known Irish bar in Dunedin's been gutted by a fire that swept through the first floor.
Further charges could be laid over the murder of an elderly man in his Christchurch home.
Lydia Ko's wait for a maiden major title continues after arch rival Inbee Park cemented her top dog status with victory at the Women's British Open.
Do the Right Thing meets Risky Business meets Pulp Fiction, by way of John Hughes - Dope is hilarious and adorable.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger claimed victory over Chelsea counterpart Jose Mourinho at the 14th attempt.
Firefighters have been battling raging wildfires across swathes of parched California that forced residents to evacuate and shut miles of highway.
This week is shaping up as a very grim one for the dairy sector and the New Zealand economy - Tony Field explains why.
A man in Christchurch has been charged with drink driving and dangerous driving causing injury after his speeding vehicle missed a corner, became airborne and landed in the Avon River.
3 News presenter and part-time action man Mike McRoberts is participating in the Hoka One Taupo Marathon today – with a twist.
Trent Brown-Marsh says he was proud when his 16-year-old friend was picked to ask John Key a question, but says he was shocked by the Prime Minister's response.
Kiwi Joseph Parker has extended his win streak to 15 with an emphatic first round knock-out of Australian Bowie Tupou in Invercargill.
Video of a destructive fire at a Wellington house shows how quickly the flames envelop the building.
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Shooting a concern for Silver Ferns
"The Silver Ferns' brains trust is entrusting the team's World Cup shooting success in Bailey Mes - it's newly-appointed number one goal shooter - but is their faith in the 26-year-old misplaced?"
Shooting a concern for Silver Ferns
Opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) deal has been fierce, but a lot of the population still doesn't know what it is or what it means for Kiwis.
A family bust-up marred the intimate memorial ceremony for Bobbi Kristina Brown on the weekend.
Zayn Malik has praised his former band One Direction's new single.
Stars of the wrestling world have paid tribute to 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper after he died in his sleep on Thursday.
David Duchovny has warned The X-Files fans the reboot won't be the same as the much-loved original.
Sir Paul McCartney performed a string of Beatles classics in his headline set at Lollapalooza, which overran two hours.
Shaun Kenny-Dowall is set to make his return to the NRL for the first time since allegations of domestic violence were levelled against him.
Lauren Boyle placed fifth in the 400m freestyle final to provide the only bright light for New Zealand on the opening day of the swimming world championships in Kazan, Russia.
New Zealander Artem Sitak's giant-killing doubles run at the Atlanta ATP tournament has ended in the semi-finals.
New Zealand triathletes gave the water at the Olympic venue the thumbs up but failed to make an impact among the front-runners at a Test event at Copacabana Beach.
New Zealand's Ryan Fox has improved 18 places to record a top-10 finish at the European Challenge Tour event in Portugal.
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