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A Burma court has started the trial of a Kiwi charged under the nation's strict religious law after the bar he managed used an image of Buddha to promote a cheap drinks night.
Tax evaders who leave the country could find the IRD on their tails from the beginning of next month.
Nearly 240 new affordable homes will be built on Government-owned land in Awatea, says Housing Minister Nick Smith.
New safety guidelines have been finalised for water-based adventure tourism operators, but they'll only be voluntary.
A warning has been issued about potentially misleading and deceptive advertising about transferring United Kingdom pension scheme entitlements to New Zealand.
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Students in east Auckland are saying goodbye to the police's longest-serving school community officer.
An exhibit celebrating Air New Zealand's 75 years in flight has touched down at Te Papa.
All Blacks star Dan Carter confirmed he will join French club Racing Metro on a three-year deal at the end of 2015.
An overweight man has been charged with animal abuse in Spain after a donkey died after he sat on it at an outdoor nativity scene.
TAIC says the 2011 Rena grounding probably would not have happened had there been a light beacon on the reef.
India has successfully launched its biggest rocket carrying an unmanned capsule which could one day send astronauts into space.
Three telecommunication giants have this morning confirmed their joint investment in a trans-Tasman cable to improve NZ's international broadband.
At least 28 people have been killed in the latest clashes between armed groups in the Central African Republic.
Auckland City has been knocked out of the FIFA Club World Cup in Morocco after going down 2-1 to Argentine side San Lorenzo in extra time.
Studio bosses behind an upcoming Steve Carell movie set in North Korea have decided to cancel the project in the wake of the fallout from Sony Pictures' controversial new movie, The Interview.
Kiwi Le Mans driver Brendon Hartley has just completed his first season as a works driver for Porsche.
In the final episode of Tech Bytes of 2014, Emma Brannam takes a look at the weirdest and most wonderful inventions of the year.
A disabled dog in the US has been given the freedom to run after his owner had 3D printed prosthesis made.
Christchurch woman Deborah Cameron is determined to say thanks to the group of prisoners who helped re-build her quake damaged house.
At just 18-years-old, Jake Miller has set up, Oompher a website dedicated to encourage other Kiwis to follow their dreams.
Working as a camera operator on Campbell Live, let alone any news organisation is full-on.
The lie-flat bus trip is quite common overseas, but will local travellers take it up as a new form of transport between Auckland and Wellington?
Tourists cruising on Canterbury's Akaroa Harbour have been treated to the extraordinary sight of rare dolphin calves.
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Stories have begun emerging from the 17 staff and customers who were held in the terrifying hostage ordeal in central Sydney's Lindt Café.
Sir Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies has had the biggest opening week of 2014 at the New Zealand box office.
As part of a partnership with PlayStation, TV streaming service Lightbox is now available on PlayStation 4, marking its first appearance on a console.
Outspoken rapper Azealia Banks has blasted her critics and accused them of misogyny over her online spat with Eminem.
Sir Elton John will marry his long-time partner David Furnish this weekend.
An unsanctioned mixed martial arts event was all fun and games until one fighter lost his prosthetic eye after being kicked in the head.
Warriors winger Glen Fisiiahi is set to miss the start of the 2015 NRL season as he recovers from shoulder reconstruction.
Glen Moss has signed a new two-year contract with the Wellington Phoenix.
Kane Williamson is adamant they put no pressure on Pakistan to play the fourth ODI, in the wake of the Peshawar school massacre.
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