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Shocked and heart-broken family and friends are tonight paying tribute to Campbell Paterson.
Head of State Services Iain Rennie is refusing to comment on calls for him to resign.
Two great white sharks caught in nets off Australia's most popular beach have reignited the debate about how effective they really are.
The man known as Australia's most corrupt politician has finally been charged.
Fifty-two years ago the Riding for Disabled Association was started in a small Hawke's Bay town.
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Some of the earliest surviving films celebrating the history of the Ngai Tahu people are being packaged up and going on tour.
As newspapers cling to their "ancient" business model, organisations like Facebook are making the news more personal, says a US media consultant.
Local business leaders hope to install several free Wi-Fi hotspots in Hanmer Springs early next year in a bid to increase tourism.
The All Blacks have cantered home to defeat a spirited Wales by 34-16 in Cardiff.
A New Zealander who has been serving as Tonga's Police Commissioner has been told he will be replaced eight months out from when his contract ends.
A window washer in San Francisco fell 11 storeys to what would have been a near-instant death, though a passing car below broke his fall.
Hate crimes against children based on race have no place in New Zealand, Dame Susan Devoy says.
After a witness admitted to lying in court, two American men have been set free 39 years after being sent to prison.
Shane Cameron is hanging up the gloves after a unanimous decision loss to Kali Meehan at the Super 8 event at North Shore Events Centre.
Wellington's World of WearableArt show is open in Auckland before it goes on a world tour.
Double Olympic shot putt champion Valerie Adams has won another accolade, named IAAF World Athlete of the Year at a gala event in Monaco.
Torben Akel takes the political pulse of Tonga ahead of the country's second election since democratic reforms were introduced.
The Tesla Model S electric car has landed in New Zealand – one of them anyway. An Auckland man has had to jump through hoops to get one here.
The Government has launched an investigation into the practice of docking the pay of service station employees for drive-offs.
No one wants to have their pay docked, but in Vancouver, it was an action that cost a young man his life and prompted a law change.
The city is having a huge party to celebrate its birthday, but in one and half centuries of existence, what have been the highlights?
It's been revealed that a Masterton service station has been forcing it's staff to pay for losses when people drive off without paying.
A pod of orca whales gave the public of Picton a show yesterday as they swam slowly through the town's marina.
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Opinion: Unions rip off Labour leadership
"The unions have stolen Labour's leadership through a backdoor takeover, installing their man Andrew Little."
Opinion: Unions rip off Labour leadership
Santa Claus is coming to several towns around New Zealand.
Miley Cyrus has recorded a cover of a Melanie Safka's track for new doco about laws prohibiting women from showing their breasts in public.
Mel Gibson is in talks to direct a biopic based on the life of America's first conscientious objector to receive the Medal of Honour.
Two prominent country singers came out of the closet within hours of each other on Thursday.
Lady Gaga has credited Sir Elton John with saving her when she was struggling with drink and drugs.
Jagger energetically danced and strutted everywhere he could while Richards laughed and occasionally strummed his guitar.
All Blacks lock Brodie Retallick has been named IRB Player of the Year with the All Blacks taking out the major prizes in world rugby.
England warmed up for next weekend's clash against the Wallabies with a 28-9 victory over Samoa at Twickenham on Saturday.
Real Madrid saw off Basque minnows Eibar thanks to a Cristiano Ronaldo double to register their 14th consecutive win with a 4-0 victory.
A Kieran Gibbs own goal and a Wayne Rooney strike saw Manchester United return to the Premier League's top four with a bruising 2-1 victory at Arsenal.
World No.4 France has beaten New Zealand 2-1 in a women's soccer international at Laval in western France.
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