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After failing to convince the Government to gift him a seat, Conservative Party leader Colin Craig now says he didn't want one anyway.
Israel and Hamas have both denied killing eight children with a missile which slammed into a refugee camp.
Conservation Minister Nick Smith has pulled back from taking legal action against a man claiming he bullied Fish and Game.
Police are still looking for a man they believe held a woman and their child against their will.
Police are still hunting three masked gunmen who shot two teenagers in a Coromandel home last night.
Ross Karl presents all the action from the Kiwis on day five of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
They've only just arrived, but Prince William and Kate have already been spotted at the gymnastics, boxing, swimming and hockey.
The Royal Family are the current World Hip-Hop Championships titleholders. They're so good, this year won't even be competing.
Singer Lorde is urging young people to be heard at this year's election.
The man was taken to hospital in a critical condition after the incident near Auckland Airport.
Ukraine's army has seized control of part of the site where MH17 crashed, insurgents say.
A startup is looking to put New Zealand at the forefront of space development, offering to send satellites into space for under US$5 million each.
ISIS has opened a "marriage bureau" for women who want to wed its fighters in Syria and Iraq.
New Zealand athlete Tom Walsh has won a shot put silver medal at the Commonwealth Games.
Jeremy Clarkson's 'slope' joke during an episode of Top Gear broke TV regulations, watchdog Ofcom has ruled.
The hype is building for boxer Joseph Parker's trip to the United States, with his planned flight in doubt because of a last-minute computer glitch.
New Zealand's only two-way bitcoin ATM has been voluntarily shut down with its owner saying banks made it too difficult to operate.
Campbell Live alongside the team from GJ Gardner Homes was tonight live from Te Aroha as the Lawton family received the keys their termite-free home.
Northland farmers and the regional council are at odds over how to sort issues with the overflowing Lake Omapere.
Plans to build Wellington's Basin Reserve flyover were dashed this week, but NZTA is determined to find a solution for the traffic.
There is no national screening programme for bowel cancer and it's something many of us are uncomfortable talking about.
Dotcom does Key a Winston favour
Kim Dotcom has made it highly unlikely Winston Peters would choose the Labour-Greens over National if he holds the balance of power.
Dotcom does Key a Winston favour
Glasgow 2014 day five highlights
DHBs accused of underfunding NGO
Hunger Games: Mockingjay trailer
Royals drop in to watch the Games
The most recent outbreak of violence in the Gaza Strip was sparked by the killin...
Behind the scenes in Glasgow
Cats feline great at new cafe
Glee star Lea Michele is to play a single mum on US TV biker drama Sons of Anarchy.
Katniss is given an important role to lead the people of Panem in a rebellion against the Capitol.
The first trailer has been released for Sir Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
Gold medal hope Lauren Boyle has had to settle for a swimming silver medal in the women's 800m freestyle at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Auckland weightlifter Ritchie Patterson has won gold in the 85kg class at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
NSW Waratahs aren't worrying for a single second about their dreadful drought against the Crusaders going into Saturday's Super Rugby final.
New termite-free home for Te Aroha family
Bush vows change after Tuhoe apology
Students recovering after bus crash
Greens decisive against Labour drilling policy
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