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FIFA's president says the football body faces "more bad news", and the officials accused of corruption have humiliated the organisation.
Hundreds of participants in last weekend's Sky Tower Stair Challenge are being contacted over a measles scare.
Cuts to the legal alcohol limit in December last year appear to be keeping more people in line, according to new statistics.
A 17-day march from Auckland to Cape Reinga to raise awareness of sexual violence is set to begin.
Barack Obama has met with the family of Steven Sotloff, who was abducted in Syria and beheaded by IS in September.
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New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum is adamant his side will stick with their attacking approach to Test cricket in the series finale against England at Headingley starting Friday.
A judge has dismissed Wade Robson's lawsuit alleging he was molested by late pop icon Michael Jackson, because the choreographer filed legal papers too late.
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A recent police chase in the US was certainly furious, but the offender was lacking the essential element of speed.
An elderly man is missing from a rest home on Auckland's North Shore and police admit there are growing concerns for his safety.
Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be formally sentenced to death in court on June 24.
Someone will be seriously injured or killed if people continue to graffiti trains, Auckland Transport warns.
Iraq has exhumed the remains of 470 people believed to have been executed by jihadists outside Tikrit last year.
World number one Novak Djokovic and defending champion Rafael Nadal stayed on course for a French Open quarter-final as teenager Thanasi Kokkinakis provided a glimpse into the sport's future.
Mexican actress Salma Hayek is the front-runner to portray controversial exotic dancer Mata Hari in an upcoming biopic.
Highlanders flanker John Hardie says Saturday's Super Rugby clash against the Chiefs in Invercargill is shaping as their biggest match of the season.
A man has been arrested in Cyprus after two tonnes of potential bomb-making material was allegedly found in his home.
"I believe deeply in the unconscious. That you literally accumulate the molecules of the space that you're in."
Australia won't pay to provide social support for ex-pat Kiwis, but will pay for them to be incarcerated if it all falls apart.
In a country that should only be dealing with first-world problems, there are a few areas where the water supply is still sub-standard and undrinkable.
Parnassus sheep farmer Mike Bowler's determined not to let the stress of the situation get him down - he's found a rather unique way of ensuring it doesn't.
In the last 30 years, gay rights in New Zealand have come tremendously far but men convicted of homosexual activity still have those convictions on their record.
Porirua Mayor Nick Leggett shared the video thinking it was a bit of fun, but then changed his mind and called police.
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Seymour a class act
"I actually can't believe I'm saying this, but ACT leader David Seymour is doing a great job."
Seymour a class act
FIFA is currently facing the biggest scandal in its 111-year history after US authorities raided an annual meeting and arrested top officials in a corruption probe.
Rapper A$AP Rocky has confessed he cheated on a girlfriend by fooling around with Rita Ora.
British actress Emilia Clarke turned down the lead role in Fifty Shades of Grey because she did not want to be forever known for getting naked onscreen.
Moviemaker Kevin Smith has spoken out to defend his pal Johnny Depp in the wake of his dog-smuggling scandal.
The artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg, then briefly known as Snoop Lion, and now known as Snoop Dogg is back, again.
England rugby serial offender Dylan Hartley will not be eligible to play in the first match of the Rugby World Cup later this year if he is named in the final squad after being suspended for four weeks.
Highlanders co-captain Nasi Manu is hampered by shoulder pain for a second week and will miss their important Super Rugby match against the Chiefs in Invercargill.
New Zealand will draw confidence from one of their best fighting victories of recent years when they seek to level the Test series against England at Leeds.
Joe Root is confident Ben Stokes will continue to deliver for England following his match-winning exploits against his native New Zealand at Lord's.
Roger Federer admitted that allowing leading players to pick and choose who umpires their matches could set a difficult precedent for tour organisers.
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