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Five people remain in hospital and one has been discharged following the possible double fatal fire at a Palmerston North home this morning.
The judge in the trial of Vincent Skeen says the critical issue at the heart of the case is whether he had murderous intent when he struck Luke Tipene with a broken beer bottle.
A body was spotted in the Waikato River by a member of the public, prompting a police rescue boat to be launched this morning.
Two armed robberies that occurred within an hour of each other in Wellington overnight are being investigated.
French police have arrested a man after 8 people, including 2 children, were killed in a fire in a Paris apartment building.
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Deeply engrossing and ultimately deeply moving, the epic grandeur and spectacle of the setting is offset by the restraint in the delivery.
ACT leader David Seymour has criticised the Government's "stubborn" refusal to raise the refugee quota.
The All Blacks World Cup naming is a bit like applying for a job you really, really want and then endure an agonising wait to see if you've been successful.
With a dozen cyclists killed on NZ roads in the past two years, Julie Anne Genter says there's no reason to wait to tighten passing rules.
Workers at New Zealand Post's Christchurch call centre are furious in the face of mass job cuts.
Two Labour MPs in the dog box with leader Andrew Little have been approached by the Maori Party to jump waka.
British former tabloid news editor Rebekah Brooks will return to Rupert Murdoch's News Corp as chief executive of its UK division.
The hunt for a group behind the Bangkok bombing has focused on an emerging link with Turkey as Thai police issued an arrest warrant for a Turkish national for possessing "war materials".
Injury has forced Marina Erakovic to withdraw from the US Open doubles, a day after retiring during her first-round singles match.
Married rockers Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger have announced that they are breaking up.
A strong Kiwi contingent, led by five-time winner Sir Mark Todd, will contest the Burghley International Horse Trials near Stamford in England.
Inadequate national targets for curbing climate-altering greenhouse gases mean emissions would be "far above" the level required to stave off disastrous global warming, analysts warn.
Although the New Zealand economy slowing, vehicle sales are accelerating.
Abused dogs and puppies are flooding through the doors of the Canterbury SPCA at such a rate it's creating a bottleneck.
English second-tier side Featherstone Rovers snatched a remarkable last-minute victory when a Batley Bulldogs player failed to kick the ball out after the hooter.
The conspiracy theories have already started rolling in about the alternative flag options.
A video featuring a young woman claiming to be a pregnant French tourist in search of her baby's Australian father was a hoax.
A large house fire in Palmerston North has claimed the lives of two people and sent a number of people to hospital this morning.
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The real reason All Blacks flag was left out
"It is a big decision to go ahead without the silver fern as an option so the flag panel and Cabinet obviously have a plan."
The real reason All Blacks flag was left out
The latest listing of the safest used cars has been released by the AA, weeding out the best and worst when it comes to protection in crashes.
Mad Max: Fury Road has been named the best movie of the year by critics at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain.
Azealia Banks has slammed Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus as "nerds" making "basic ass" music.
Feminist icon Lena Dunham has taken issue with Justin Bieber's new single 'What Do You Mean?' because she fears it's a commentary on consensual sex.
Motorhead were forced to cut another show short on Tuesday after frontman Lemmy had trouble breathing.
Emma Thompson joined Greenpeace activists in London on Wednesday to help install an enormous fake polar bear outside the headquarters of oil giant Shell.
A legal attempt to stop the Springboks from playing at the Rugby World Cup due a lack of black players in the squad has failed.
Jeetan Patel secured the 18th five-wicket haul of his first-class career as Warwickshire returned to form to dent Middlesex's challenge in the county championship.
World No.1 Rory McIlroy will be able to play in the European Tour's Final Series tournaments after being given special exemption due to his ankle injury.
The NRL's shot clock will get its first test in the top grade when it's trialled on Sunday afternoon during the Parramatta-Canberra clash at Pirtek Stadium.
Six-point tries are set to be trialled in Welsh rugby's premier club rugby championship this season.
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