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Three children have suffered burns after being set on fire in Perth.
Police have now located 19-year-old Zane McVeigh, who had removed his electronic monitoring bracelet and gone on the run overnight in Wellington.
Serco is looking at new opportunities in New Zealand, particularly in operating rail services, according to chief executive Rupert Soames.
A man has been stabbed a number of times and is now in hospital after violence at a Hamilton flat which has seen a woman arrested.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says foreign-owned banks are pushing for a Chinese takeover of giant meat co-operative Silver Fern Farms.
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Wider use of vitamin D in foods and dietary supplements could help combat the problem.
Three takahe have been released on Motutapu Island, a fortnight after four of the endangered birds were killed when a pukeko cull went horribly wrong.
A desire for bigger behinds that began in Brazil is becoming increasingly so in Britain, figures show.
Poland's deputy culture minister says he's seen a ground-penetrating radar image of an alleged Nazi train that has set off a gold rush.
Undersized snapper account for a far smaller percentage of snapper caught by commercial fishermen than previously believed, data shows.
The woman who survived the on-air shooting that killed two US TV journalists says she never saw the gunman walk up because the camera's bright light blinded her.
An increase in direct flights between southern China and Christchurch will boost the South Island's economy by $100 million a year, tourism operators say.
Kurdish fighters have freed seven villages from the Islamic State group in northern Iraq, the US-led coalition battling the jihadists says.
Kiwi miler Nick Willis eased through to the 1500m final with a well-judged second place in the first semi-final at the athletics World Championships in Beijing.
Miley Cyrus has waded into Nicki Minaj's brief war of words with Taylor Swift, insisting the 'Anaconda' star isn't polite.
Hawke's Bay have continued their flawless start to the season with a comprehensive 35-11 win over Counties in Pukekohe.
The idea of the 'tortured artist' is a cliché, but one that may have some backing in science.
The search for the wreck of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is way off-beam say German oceanographers who have conducted a computer simulation.
Christchurch man Jesse Wright was refused entry to a bar because of his facial tattoos.
4-4-2 is 3news.co.nz's online exclusive football show, with four issues debated in four minutes, by two idiots.
Broadcaster Duncan Garner is a happily married dad, but for the past few days married strangers have been emailing him wanting to meet up.
Two Blenheim girls who have been refused access to their former school's annual ball have launched a petition.
Video of a destructive fire at a Wellington house shows how quickly the flames envelop the building.
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Why no criticism of Key, the ABs fan boy?
"John Key is taking his role as All Black fanboy-in-chief to an all new level by attending the selection of the All Blacks World Cup team on Sunday."
Why no criticism of Key, the ABs fan boy?
What does Syria look like four-and-a-half years deep in conflict?
Pop star Miley Cyrus is adamant she is still a single girl despite rumors of a romance with Victoria's Secret model Stella Maxwell.
Justin Bieber's big solo comeback single has leaked on the Internet hours before its radio premiere on Friday.
Pope Francis gave an Italian children's book author a huge boost by praising her for her work after the Mayor of Venice banned her latest release from city schools.
Officials in the London neighbourhood where Amy Winehouse lived are pleading with fans to stop stealing street signs.
The first image has been revealed of Michael Fassbender as the assassin Aguilar in the upcoming Assassin's Creed film.
As rugby fans obsess over who will be in Sunday's All Blacks World Cup squad, don't discount those who miss out.
The Sydney Roosters killed off Manly's top eight hopes and soured Geoff Toovey's Brookvale Oval farewell with a 46-10 NRL win on Friday night.
The Chinese cameraman who sent Usain Bolt flying at the World Athletics Championships presented him with a red bracelet to apologise after footage of the incident went viral.
Dutchwoman Dafne Schippers rejected any suggestion of doping after she smashed a 36-year-old European record with the fourth fastest 200m run in history.
A German sailor has blamed Rio's unclean water for a serious skin infection that required surgery following a test regatta for the 2016 Olympic Games.
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