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Prime Minister John Key says he knows "a fair bit" about what New Zealand's intelligence agencies do, but can't be transparent about it for security reasons.
It appears there is trouble behind the scenes at the Conservatives with Colin Craig's long-time press secretary leaving days before the election.
A man who beat a mentally impaired Hastings resident to death after keeping him as a virtual prisoner is about to be sentenced.
Frank Bainimarama looks set to retain power in Fiji's first general election in eight years.
Terror raids are currently being carried out across western Sydney involving the New South Wales Police and the Australian Federal Police.
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Joel Little could be the first Kiwi songwriter in almost four decades to win two consecutive Silver Scrolls - last year with Lorde, and this year with Broods.
Seth Casteel has a very unique job – he calls himself a lifestyle pet photographer and his first book Underwater Dogs was a bestseller in 2012.
Kim Dotcom has had disputes a number of his former staff. He's settled with some of them, but not yet with three of his Filipino staff. The workers spoke with 3rd Degree.
Faith No More, Judas Priest and Soundgarden will headline Westfest 2015, it has been announced – and there are apparently more big names to come.
Can't bring yourself to vote for Labour or National this year, but don't like the look of any of the minor parties either? How about taking a punt on a micro party?
Lava is cascading down the Philippines' most active volcano as authorities rush to evacuate thousands ahead of a possible deadly eruption.
National doesn't think former TV weatherman Tamati Coffey poses a threat in Rotorua, but the first-time Labour candidate has other ideas.
Thai police have identified a man caught on security camera as the "prime suspect" in the murder of two British tourists.
Adam Scott has parted ways with caddy Steve Williams, the bagman who helped push the Australian to World No.1.
Beyonce is facing a double embarrassment after she was caught miming at one of her concerts and airbrushing her recent holiday snaps.
A late strike from Jerome Boateng was enough for Bayern Munich to edge Manchester City 1-0 at the Allianz Arena.
Modern Europeans are descended from three major groups of ancient humans, not two as was previously thought, according to a newly published gene analysis.
One of New Zealand's most iconic musicians says he'll take time out from touring once his current road trip ends.
John Campbell asked journalist Glenn Greenwald and Prime Minister John Key whether spies are tapping into our data link with the rest of the world, the Southern Cross cable.
Accountant John Russell has been battling Inland Revenue for three decades over a debt he claims they've got wrong.
In the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll, not only is NZ First making a strong showing, but the popularity of their leader as preferred Prime Minister has surged.
The New Zealand Herald revealed yesterday that almost 1,800 of the Auckland Council's staff earn more than $100,000.
Opinion: F-words dominate Fiji elections
"Two f-words have been used a lot this week, rather aptly by Frank in Fiji. Free and fair. Frank Bainimarama promised the elections would be both.
Opinion: F-words dominate Fiji elections
Explore this infographic of key policy areas to read a summary of each party's election priorities.
The couple are apparently set to announce their plans to divorce any day now, according to a new report.
The British star has been chosen to reprise Charlton Heston's classic film role, but the deal has yet to be finalised, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A celebrated hat designer who provided headwear for British royals including Queen Elizabeth II and a long line of Bond girls has died.
Mariah Carey's Kiwi fans may have hoped that one sweet day they'd see the pop diva perform here, and now that fantasy's come true.
Japan-based flanker Schalk Burger was called up as replacement for the injured Francois Louw in the South Africa squad.
Major League Baseball umpire Joe West has been suspended for one game without pay for grabbing the shirt of Philadelphia pitcher Jonathan Papelbon.
Premiership play-off contenders Tasman have got their ITM Cup campaign back on track by overwhelming Southland 38-14 in a cross-over match.
Video replays to help referees in key decision-making moments has received the backing of England's Football Association chairman Greg Dyke.
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