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Wild weather has lashed parts of the country overnight and there are more heavy rain warnings in place for today.
Prime Minister says people's views on the flag debate, including his own, will have changed from their original position.
The Earthquake Commission has spent $68M on travel-related expenses since the 2010 Christchurch quake, it's been revealed.
Police are investigating a home invasion in a small Waikato town that left a man bleeding heavily early this morning.
Jetstar's announced new routes to Napier, Nelson, Palmerston North and New Plymouth, but it hasn't ruled out flight paths to other parts of NZ.
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Jarryd Hayne and Kiwi Paul Lasike have survived the first roster cuts in the NFL.
Ninety percent of seabirds have accidentally eaten plastic, and by 2050 it will almost impossible to find any that haven't, scientists predict.
There's a new set-up now called Eat My Lunch – it's part charity, part business. It's called itself a "social enterprise".
Women need to get themselves financially fit and stop relying on the universe to provide is one of the messages of Money Week.
The first anniversary of the killing of 2 Ashburton Work and Income workers will be marked by a 2 minutes' silence by their colleagues around NZ.
A blast in the ruins of Syria's ancient Palmyra has raised fears IS has damaged another of the Middle East's most treasured heritage sites.
Prime Minister John Key is playing down the prospect of Child, Youth and Family outsourcing some of its work to the private sector.
The Taliban has admitted covering up longtime leader Mullah Omar's death for more than 2 years, saying he died in 2013 as was first claimed by the Afghan intelligence.
Olympic history at Rio de Janeiro beckons for the New Zealand women's eight after they booked a place in the final at the rowing world championships in France.
William Shatner is working on a Leonard Nimoy biography as a tribute to his late friend, according to a US report.
Gareth Anscombe has missed out on Welsh squad for the Rugby World Cup.
Overweight Kiwis may soon be able to shed their kilos more easily thanks to new research poised to uncover links between genes and obesity.
Higher petrol prices look likely in New Zealand thanks to rocketing oil prices and the falling kiwi dollar.
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with aggravated robbery after Christchurch bottle shop worker was attacked.
The All Blacks selectors have named their squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup and predictably enough, it contains both a few notable omissions and inclusions.
Actress Lisa Kudrow resurrected her Friends character Phoebe for a surprise performance with Taylor Swift in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
A 12-year-old boy accidentally punched a hole through a US$1.5 million centuries-old Italian oil painting when he tripped and fell into the piece during an exhibition in Taiwan.
Video of a destructive fire at a Wellington house shows how quickly the flames envelop the building.
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The latest listing of the safest used cars has been released by the AA, weeding out the best and worst when it comes to protection in crashes.
Wrestling icon Hulk Hogan is continuing to plead with fans for their forgiveness after he was caught on tape using a racial slur.
Outspoken rapper Azealia Banks has jumped to the defence of Tyler, the Creator after he was banned from entering Britain.
Former model Tila Tequila is reportedly negotiating with producers of the UK's Celebrity Big Brother over a return to the show.
Beloved self-help author and motivational speaker Wayne Dyer has lost his battle with leukaemia, aged 75.
Brandon Flowers wants the world to know he doesn't "insist" on Activia yoghurt before a show.
Monaco forward Anthony Martial is closing in on a big-money move to Manchester United.
While many are tipping England and Australia to be Wales' biggest threats, but coach Warren Gatland is wary of the challenge Fiji possesses.
After eight long weeks off the water, Rio Olympics hopeful Sara Winther is finally back training in her Laser Radial - cold, wet and very, very happy.
Canberra have posted a 34-18 NRL win over Penrith to round out an otherwise disappointing NRL home season.
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