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The wreck of an Air Algerie plane that disappeared has been found in Mali but the fate of the 116 people on board remains unknown.
A section of a $1.8 billion motorway north of Auckland derided by opponents as a "holiday highway" has been given draft approval.
Labour and the Internet Party say Jonathan Coleman must "come clean" about when he knew the FBI was investigating Kim Dotcom.
Peter Edwards has been jailed for selling black market guns to known gang members and drug dealers.
Tens of thousands of people have marched towards Jerusalem from the West Bank, many clashing with police.
Check out the stories you might have missed this week, like Lindsay Lohan's odd pension plan and how to pay off your student loan.
Ashlee Tulloch presents all the action from the Kiwis on day one of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
A new short film features Dutch children telling the stories of Palestinian children purportedly killed during attacks on Gaza.
Fans of the hotly anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey film have been given their first tease with this trailer.
Jacinda Ardern and Jami-Lee Ross take a look at the week in politics - Gerry Brownlee, burning flags and the cover of Rugby News.
The US Supreme Court is under increasing pressure to consider halting death sentences by lethal injection.
Tariana Turia is considering staying on as Maori Party co-leader after the election.
McDonald's Hong Kong has suspended sales of chicken nuggets in the midst of an expired meat scandal.
A place in the Super Rugby final beckons for the Crusaders this weekend – all they have to do is get past the Sharks.
Amy Winehouse fans marked the anniversary of her death by leaving beer bottles, vodka and packs of cigarettes outside her former home.
Shot put hope Tom Walsh has joined the Glasgow environment, bright-eyed and backing himself for success.
Paracetamol worked no better than dummy drugs administered in a trial of more than 1600 people suffering from the condition, researchers say.
A major report has been released into New Zealand waters, using the work of 16 scientists and co-ordinated by businessman Gareth Morgan.
Reporter Ali Ikram went to Cornwall Park with three trees - a totara, a kauri and a pohutukawa, to see what Aucklanders thought.
This week is Maori Language week - a week in which we celebrates a language that, like our landscape and our native flora and fauna, is unique to us.
Campbell Live has had about 150 separate complaints about Stonewood, so we went back to the company and demanded an explanation.
Why is Cunliffe scared of Dotcom?
David Cunliffe should forget about fretting over his red scarf and start worrying about the black tracksuit.
Why is Cunliffe scared of Dotcom?
Wgtn fans flock to see Football United teams
Kate Rodger on Hercules and Begin Again
Glasgow 2014 day one highlights
Israel continues crackdown on Hamas tunnels
Here's a look back at the events leading up to, and following, the Costa Concord...
Photos: Opening ceremony in Glasgow
Happy birthday curious George!
Fashion porn perhaps, but the personal story of the new designer showing his first couture collection at Christian Dior gave it substance.
A portrait of a band and their town that's as much about the fans as it is about them.
343 Industries and Scott Free Productions have unveiled the first look at Halo: Nightfall at Comic-Con.
Where this violent prison drama really impressed me was with how it explored anger and anger management.
There was plenty of tartan and bagpipes on display at the Commonwealth games opening ceremony in Glasgow.
Rafal Majka has won his second stage of the 2014 Tour de France and also extended his lead in the King of the Mountains standings.
Lauren Boyle makes light of the weight of New Zealand swimming expectation on her shoulders at the Commonwealth Games.
Three years ago Phillipa Hale reluctantly took up weightlifting; now she finds herself at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Stonewood complaints reach into the hundreds
Mother crusades for religion-free schools
Commonwealth Games kick off in Glasgow
Algerian plane wreckage found
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