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NZ is set to get the biggest boost to its transport network ever, with the release of the $13.9 billion National Land Transport Programme - but the Government has gone back on its promise of 10 new bridges for Northland.
New Zealand First MP Ron Mark appears to be making a move for a leadership position among rumours he is trying to roll the party's deputy.
Hamilton has been hit by another bomb scare in just over a week, after a suspicious package was found in the public toilets near the Melville Football Club.
A 27-year-old man has been charged with manslaughter over the death of a two-year-old girl in her Hawera home.
Police shot dead a pit bull after it mauled an armed offenders squad police dog in Wellington last night.
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The Hurricanes are making an effort to stop scalpers flogging tickets for the Super Rugby final at an inflated price by limiting the amount being sold online.
Motorbike racer Niklas Ajo was lucky just to finish the latest race of the Moto GP 3 series in the Netherlands.
In what was meant to be a publicity exercise, Fifty Shades of Grey author EL James has been shamed on Twitter.
US authorities believe a mystery woman who woke up with amnesia has ties to Australia.
Organisations against family violence are concerned at New Zealand's rising rates of reported cases and say all of society must pitch in to combat the problem.
The body tasked with negotiating Ngapuhi's Treaty settlement says Sonny Tau was stood down amidst an investigation to smuggling native kereru to "prevent distraction".
Tunisia says it has made its first arrests after a beach massacre that killed 38 people in the country's worst jihadist attack.
Two years after the army ousted president Mohamed Morsi, Egypt has regressed into "all-out repression", Amnesty International says.
The Black Caps and Australia have agreed to a new schedule that will see them play 28 ODIs and 10 Tests over the next seven years.
NBC has cut ties with Donald Trump, following inflammatory anti-Latino comments he made on June 16 while announcing his American presidential bid.
New South Wales have named an unchanged side for the State of Origin decider in Brisbane next Wednesday but Robbie Farah remains under an injury cloud.
Putting a tax on fizzy drinks to combat obesity isn't the best way to go, Prime Minister John Key says.
Amateur and professional astronomers have been blessed with clear skies in New Zealand for a rare event with the distant dwarf planet Pluto.
A new breed of drone enthusiasts are developing racing machines which give users an exhilarating out-of-body experience.
Dunedin illustrator Mark Leggett's Twitter account has amused Seth MacFarlane so much he wants him to write for Family Guy.
A family visiting Yellowstone National Park in Montana found they were suddenly the star attraction when the wildlife they'd come to see, walked up and rapped on their windows.
This week Google took its Street View technology off-road and straight up the imposing, 914-metre wall of El Capitan.
The wheels on a Wellington bus went round and round, and then one came loose during the rush hour morning commute today.
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McKay Chat: Big All Blacks calls come later
"Naming a 41-man All Blacks squad has given Steve Hansen some breathing space as he contemplates the squad that really matters in 2015."
McKay Chat: Big All Blacks calls come later
Five riders set to challenge at the Tour de France, beginning July 4 in Utrecht, Netherlands:
Tom Cruise has been confirmed once again for the long-awaited Top Gun sequel - and this time his ace fighter pilot character will be tackling drones.
Justin Bieber has jetted to Australia to attend a five-day religious conference in Sydney.
Seven-time Grammy Award-winning Toni Braxton has announced her first-ever New Zealand performance is happening this September.
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes has hinted he may bring the hit TV show back in a big screen revival.
The film is based on the upcoming book Houses of Deceit by author Ken Bensinger, which delves into the story of former FIFA executive Chuck Blazer.
Scalpers are coming under fire as rugby fans desperately try to get their hands on tickets to this weekend's Super 15 final.
New Zealand's cricketers are apprehensive about playing Australia in the world's first day-night Test.
Marina Erakovic has crashed to her third first-round exit at a grand slam tournament this year.
Petr Cech has agreed to join Arsenal from Premier League champions Chelsea on a "long-term contract for an undisclosed fee".
Bruce Edgar has been named coach of Wellington, 25 years after ending an acclaimed 15-season playing career for the association.
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