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Malta's Prime Minister says rescuers at the scene of a Mediterranean shipwreck are searching for survivors amongst corpses floating in the water.
A woman has been found dead at a house in the south Auckland suburb of Papatoetoe.
Prime Minister John Key says Government funding is now "very unlikely" after Auckland misses out on America's Cup regatta.
Iran's not willing to accept its nationals being forcibly deported from Australia but will welcome back citizens of their own free will.
There are renewed calls for a sinking lid policy in Wellington as the proposed pokies policy goes out for public consultation.
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When Britain declared war in 1914, New Zealand never had a choice but to follow.
Australia's Prime Minister says a memorial for Australians in Wellington is a reminder of the ties between the two countries.
The nurses got to share all the horrors of soldiering, but Lottie was to suffer the kind of cruelty that only a sister could know.
A man from Singapore reportedly crashed his rental campervan near Kaikoura on Saturday – the same day he touched down in NZ.
Finland's conservative Prime Minister Alexander Stubb conceded his left-right government's defeat in the general election.
State Services Minister Paula Bennett will represent New Zealand at World War I commemorations in France.
The mayor of Israel's third-largest city has ordered the closure of 5 petrochemical plants following a health ministry warning.
A knee injury could keep Aaron Cruden out of this year's Rugby World Cup.
Bill Ward has fired back at Ozzy Osbourne over his former bandmate's allegations he was not fit enough to take part in the group's reunion projects.
Defending Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton extended his lead in this year's title race when he drove to a near-flawless victory in Bahrain.
Russell Brand and Nicolas Cage are teaming up for a new comedy inspired by a man who jetted off to Pakistan after dreaming about killing Osama bin Laden.
The Turin Shroud, one of Christianity's most celebrated and hotly-debated relics, has gone on display to the public.
Sir Peter Jackson takes John Campbell on a tour through his special World War I exhibit in Wellington ahead of its official opening tomorrow.
Last year's RSA poppy appeal raised close to $1.8 million to support men and women who have served in our country's armed forces.
Houses are getting bigger and more expensive – and that's a problem.
Torty, the 120-year-old tortoise, is taking part in Te Papa and Weta Workshop's Gallipoli exhibition.
A truck crash that caused a major cream spill on the Takaka Hill near Golden Bay has seen the nearby river run white with milk.
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Opinion: ANZAC sacrifices never forgotten
"One word best sums up the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli: sacrifice."
Opinion: ANZAC sacrifices never forgotten
After a bystander filmed the shooting of Walter Scott by a white police officer in the US last week, there's been another major push for police to wear body cameras.
Jennifer Aniston has reportedly told friends that "nothing is going to postpone" her wedding any longer.
Penelope Cruz has signed on for a leading role in the Zoolander sequel.
Sir Paul McCartney inducted his former Beatles bandmate Ringo Starr into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame on Saturday.
Rapper Jay Z is going the extra mile to provide the best customer service for his new streaming site Tidal by personally calling new subscribers.
Heavy rockers Megadeth have turned to their fans to help fund their new album.
As the final minutes ticked down on Steven Gerrard's Wembley farewell, the Liverpool captain's waning influence on his team was painfully clear to see.
West Coast Fever racked up their seventh win of the trans-Tasman netball league with a 51-48 victory over Central Pulse in Wellington.
Alister McRae has won the Race to the Sky driving the same car the late Possum Bourne claimed victory with in 2001.
Canberra have recorded their biggest ever comeback victory, fighting back from 22-0 to beat Wests Tigers 30-22 at Leichhardt Oval.
Jared Waerea-Hargreaves' pectoral muscle injury may not be as bad as initially feared, the star prop hopeful he's suffered a strain rather than a tear..
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