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An eight-month-old baby that was snatched from the bedroom of a Hamilton home has been reunited with his parents.
A police helicopter has joined the search for an armed gunman following the attempted robbery of a Four Square.
Spark technicians will work overnight to restore internet access to hundreds of customers hit by an outage.
Friends and family of missing Auckland illustrator Adam Tan are appealing for information on his whereabouts.
The Al-Aqsa mosque compound has reopened to Muslims hours after it was closed to calm tempers after Israeli police shot dead a Palestinian accused of trying to kill a far-right Jewish activist.
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Steeped in Maori history, soaked in warrior blood, this is a New Zealand story told in the most modern of ways.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says he has been marvelling at the rugby potential of Sonny Bill Williams.
While trick-or-treaters in poorer suburbs are being offered baking or bread, others are heading to affluent areas in search of a bigger haul.
A US woman with terminal cancer who released a video saying she planned to kill herself on November 1, has decided she will hold on a little longer before taking her own life.
The Government says it will work with the forestry industry to ensure workers are kept out of danger.
A new survey suggests barely more than half of Cantabrians believe the ChristChurch Cathedral should be restored.
A US nurse who recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Africa has taken a bike ride despite a state order to stay at home in quarantine.
Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore has been toppled as the army took power after protesters staged an uprising against the leader's 27-year-rule.
Sam Ackerman reviews the first round of the Four Nations test, and looks ahead to the Kiwis v Samoa in Whangarei this weekend.
Taylor Kitsch and Emily Ratajkowski star in the Peter Berg-directed live action trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Jesse Ryder is back in with a chance to play for New Zealand at the Cricket World Cup as he is named to play for NZ A on the tour of UAE.
The organisation behind a viral harassment video filmed in New York City says the actress received rape threats.
New Zealand scientists have been monitoring pest populations with motion sensor cameras, but they've got more than they bargained for.
Campbell Live have now been contacted by 61 families in contract with CAMI, desperately trying to pay it off.
Anna Burns-Francis went on board both an Air New Zealand and a Jetstar aircraft to see just how filthy they really are.
The small band of Russian explorers travelled 26,000 km, all the way from Moscow in two light helicopters.
A Parliament of 120 MPs will inevitably include people whose records aren't perfect, but who are they?
An outing for a family of Paradise Shelducks in Wellington was saved from tragedy after two chicks were plucked from a drain and given a police escort to wildlife sanctuary Zealandia.
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Auckland drivers: Learn from Beijing's chaos
"The roads in Beijing appear to be in a state of perpetual chaos. It's enough to send your blood pressure through the roof, but not once have I seen the slightest sign of road rage. "
Auckland drivers: Learn from Beijing's chaos
MasterChef New Zealand, The Bachelor New Zealand and The Block NZ: Fans verses Favourites are heading to TV3 in 2015.
Lindsay Lohan and her brother Michael Lohan Jr are reportedly being sued for US$60 million over a mobile app.
Kim Choe interviews Roy Conli, producer of Disney's upcoming animated superhero movie Big Hero 6.
Civilization: Beyond Earth will appeal to casual Civ fans with a sci-fi bent who haven't already clocked up a couple of thousand hours with Civilization V.
Miley Cyrus has been named the 2015 spokesperson for MAC Cosmetics' makeup collection.
All Blacks wing Cory Jane is jealous of Jarryd Hayne's decision to pursue an NFL career and wonders if it might start a trend.
Stuart Broad has dismissed claims by former teammate Kevin Pietersen that there was a bullying culture in the England cricket changing room.
Michael Cheika's plan to keep top talent in Australian rugby involves making the Wallabies experience simply too good to pass up.
Ticket prices for the Wellington Sevens have been cut for a second time as organisers work hard to keep the event popular.
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