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Four men accused of the largest non-casino gambling machine fraud in New Zealand history have appeared in the Wellington District Court this morning.
A grass fire has forced the closure of a major highway on the outskirts of Christchurch.
Former National Northland MP Mike Sabin, who resigned suddenly last week, could have been a future Cabinet minister, John Key says.
As a result of a "human error", Fonterra has failed to apply in time for licences to import New Zealand cheese into the United States in 2015.
Australian Al Jazeera reporter Peter Greste has left Cairo on board a flight for Cyprus after being released from jail, airport officials say.
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On a British TV clip that is going viral online, Stephen Fry has slammed God as a capricious, mean-minded, stupid, monstrous maniac.
A Christchurch couple could lose their jobs after dozens of people witnessed their late-night sex romp in a brightly-lit office building.
Video highlights, live updates and all the action between the Seahawks and Patriots in Super Bowl 49.
Russel Norman announced his intention to resign as co-leader on Friday, saying he wanted to spend more time with his young family and was looking for a "new challenge".
Female staff at a Nelson lodge were left shaken after a robber burst into the motel at closing time, shouting abuse and pushing the women to the ground.
A police officer came to the rescue of a hedgehog in a tight spot overnight when it got stuck in a takeaway milkshake cup.
After a post-quake shake up Phillipstown and Woolston schools are now operating as one on Woolston's grounds as Te Waka Unua.
Some 20 mosques in Britain are opening their doors to the public in an unprecedented gesture of reassurance following last month's Islamist attacks in Paris.
Novak Djokovic has rewritten tennis history with yet another Australian Open final triumph over Andy Murray on a drama-charged night at Melbourne Park.
Justin Timberlake says having a baby is the "greatest gift" he could receive on his birthday.
Lydia Ko's nearest rivals have issued a none-too-subtle warning - playing as the world No.1 is no stroll in the park.
According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 84 people from 14 states contracted measles in the past month, with California alone reporting 59 cases.
Kiwi researchers are studying a 'revolutionary' new robot as they work to understand human-robot interactions like trust, cooperation and aggression.
The Auckland NRL Nines had its first streaker at the weekend, with organisers dismissing it as a "first world problem".
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Norman's axe blow to Greens
"Now Russel Norman is gone there is a big danger that the Greens will go from the third major party back to minor party status."
Norman's axe blow to Greens
On April 17, 2005, a group of nine Australians were arrested in Bali for planning to smuggle 8.3kgs of heroin with a street value of around AU$4 million into Australia.
Gorillaz co-creator Jamie Hewlett has confirmed the virtual band is making a comeback.
Defiant hip-hop star M.I.A. has risked incurring the wrath of the National Football League bosses by posting a photo of her flipping her middle finger while wishing fans a "Happy super bowl Sunday!"
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's drama Me & Earl & The Dying Girl took home the top accolades at the 31st Sundance Film Festival awards.
Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's daughter Bobbi Kristina is said to be "pretty good" and "doing fine" after she was found unresponsive and face down in a bathtub.
Novak Djokovic dismissed suggestions he foxed injury during his Australian Open final triumph, saying he suffered a genuine "physical crisis".
Andy Murray was frustrated at having fallen victim to a Serbian sucker punch from Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open final.
Rory McIlroy protected his lead on the final day as he won his second Dubai Desert Classic title, matching the lowest winning score in the history of the tournament.
Captain Andrew Durante reckons the A-League's four-week hiatus won't break his team's stride as the Wellington Phoenix target a historic first win in Brisbane.
Sebastian Vettel has sent an early season warning to Mercedes by clocking the fastest time on his first day of testing with Ferrari.
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