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Police are working to secure the scene of a house fire in Palmerston North to reunite the family with the a grandmother and six-year-old girl believed dead inside.
It is easy for Opposition parties to call for New Zealand's refugee quota to increase, but they're not the ones who have to make sure it can work, the Prime Minister says.
Backbench National MP Maurice Williamson has apologised for his 'crude' behaviour at a conference dinner, but won't face discipline.
The judge in the trial of Vincent Skeen says the critical issue at the heart of the case is whether he had murderous intent when he struck Luke Tipene with a broken beer bottle.
Police investigating the discovery of a body recovered from the Waikato River this morning say they have identified him as a 38-year-old man who went missing from his Hamilton home last month.
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Men's tennis world no. 1 Novak Djokovic loves to have fun on the tennis court and it was no different after a sets win at the US Open.
Joseph Kahn has hit back at critics Taylor Swift's 'Wildest Dreams' promo after they were accused of channelling white colonialism.
TV3 and The Rock hosts Jono and Ben are currently making their way across Lake Taupo aboard a bouncy castle.
South Auckland's Middlemore Hospital has found itself in a couple of furry situations today after two seals turned up at its doorstep.
Workers at New Zealand Post's Christchurch call centre are furious in the face of mass job cuts.
The New Zealand government has suspended its funding for Nauru's justice sector.
More than 13 million children are being denied education by Middle East conflicts.
A German theatre troupe has invited punters to pack into a refrigerated truck to give them a glimpse of the hardships experienced by refugees.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is backing six-point tries and told fans to expect more rule changes.
Deeply engrossing and ultimately deeply moving, the epic grandeur and spectacle of the setting is offset by the restraint in the delivery.
Warriors coach Andrew McFadden was "extremely disappointed" in the lack of professionalism from some of his players who attended a concert 48 hours before a game.
Inadequate national targets for curbing climate-altering greenhouse gases mean emissions would be "far above" the level required to stave off disastrous global warming, analysts warn.
Although the New Zealand economy slowing, vehicle sales are accelerating.
Abused dogs and puppies are flooding through the doors of the Canterbury SPCA at such a rate it's creating a bottleneck.
English second-tier side Featherstone Rovers snatched a remarkable last-minute victory when a Batley Bulldogs player failed to kick the ball out after the hooter.
The conspiracy theories have already started rolling in about the alternative flag options.
A video featuring a young woman claiming to be a pregnant French tourist in search of her baby's Australian father was a hoax.
A large house fire in Palmerston North has claimed the lives of two people and sent a number of people to hospital this morning.
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The real reason All Blacks flag was left out
"It is a big decision to go ahead without the silver fern as an option so the flag panel and Cabinet obviously have a plan."
The real reason All Blacks flag was left out
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.
Cate Blanchett has emerged as the frontrunner to play beloved American comedienne Lucille Ball in a new biopic.
Married rockers Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger have announced that they are breaking up.
Microsoft and 343 Industries have unveiled the opening cinematic for Halo 5: Guardians ahead of its launch on October 27.
Mad Max: Fury Road has been named the best movie of the year by critics at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain.
Shaun Kenny-Dowall is in line to return from almost two months on the sidelines in Sydney Roosters' final round NRL clash with South Sydney on Friday night.
Twickenham might be considered the home of rugby union but it appears many Britons are baffled when it comes to some of the rules.
Women's world no.45 Coco Vandeweghe may have put in an early contender for meltdown of the US Open after an on-court tantrum ended with a smashed racket.
New Zealand expats anyone? There's enough Kiwis playing for other countries to form a whole new team.
A legal attempt to stop the Springboks from playing at the Rugby World Cup due a lack of black players in the squad has failed.
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