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A 16-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of Luke Tipene, who died after a brawl outside a party in Auckland.
Thousands of state houses look likely to be sold in spite of Prime Minister John Key's pre-election promise that asset sales would stop.
An American man has been arrested in Niue after allegedly abducting his son from Seattle two months ago.
A symbolic departure of naval warships from Albany is just one event being held at the southern WA town this weekend as part of Anzac commemorations.
A space tourism rocket part-owned by British billionaire Richard Branson has exploded during a test flight in Southern California's Mojave Desert.
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Steeped in Maori history, soaked in warrior blood, this is a New Zealand story told in the most modern of ways.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego with their satirical take on the week's news.
Move over Rod Drury and Sam Morgan; Lucy Warhurst meets the next generation of NZ entrepreneurs and finds out what makes them different.
Lorde features on the cover of Billboard magazine for a second time, revealing stories of growing up in Auckland's North Shore.
A Fijian-born church pastor who has lived in New Zealand for 10 years could be forced to leave because he suffers serious kidney problems.
In the United States there are increased fears that drones could be used in terrorist attacks.
Multiple sclerosis patients and their families can now afford Govt subsidised treatment.
Britain's National Health Service says it's concerned about the number of British doctors applying to work abroad, including in New Zealand.
The All Blacks have been greeted by snow and freezing temperatures at Chicago's Soldier Field, with Kieran Read leading the pre-game captains run.
Success has come quickly for singing sibling duo Broods but they're "pretending that it's normal and trying to be calm".
New Zealand have escaped with a win over a gallant Samoan team 14-12 in a riveting Four Nations encounter in Whangarei.
An installation of nearly 1 million poppies has been put in place at the Tower of London, representing the British and colonial war heroes of World War I.
It's unlikely you're planning to spend your Saturday night sinking a couple of quiet slices of chocolate cake, but given the calories in our favourite drinks, you might as well be.
Jan Collins' cats have all been de-sexed, wormed and she wants your help to put them in loving homes.
At Auckland's Museum of Transport and Technology, a record crowd of around 7,000 is expected for a frightful Friday night.
Julian Lee went to visit a place which probably pushes the definition of a 'house' - but wait till you hear the price.
Families of the victims are desperate for a mission to collect evidence and to see if there are any bodies in the drift.
An outing for a family of Paradise Shelducks in Wellington was saved from tragedy after two chicks were plucked from a drain and given a police escort to wildlife sanctuary Zealandia.
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Auckland drivers: Learn from Beijing's chaos
"The roads in Beijing appear to be in a state of perpetual chaos. It's enough to send your blood pressure through the roof, but not once have I seen the slightest sign of road rage. "
Auckland drivers: Learn from Beijing's chaos
MasterChef New Zealand, The Bachelor New Zealand and The Block NZ: Fans verses Favourites are heading to TV3 in 2015.
Lindsay Lohan and her brother Michael Lohan Jr are reportedly being sued for US$60 million over a mobile app.
Kim Choe interviews Roy Conli, producer of Disney's upcoming animated superhero movie Big Hero 6.
Civilization: Beyond Earth will appeal to casual Civ fans with a sci-fi bent who haven't already clocked up a couple of thousand hours with Civilization V.
Miley Cyrus has been named the 2015 spokesperson for MAC Cosmetics' makeup collection.
The Maori All Blacks have put in a commanding display against Japan to win 61-21 in Kobe.
The South Island have won the inaugural Twenty20 Island Of Origin cricket match by 15 runs after the North Island's chase petered out in Hamilton.
LeBron James bounced back from a sub-par performance in his Cleveland homecoming as the Cavaliers defeated Chicago 114-108 in overtime.
Talismanic Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard said he could leave Anfield at the end of the season, when he comes off contract with the Premier League club.
The world's top female marathon runner, Kenya's Rita Jeptoo, has tested positive for the banned blood-boosting drug EPO during an out-of-competition doping control.
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