The Black Caps have vowed to go all out in their quest for a whitewash of England in tonight's third one-dayer at Trent Bridge.
A British judge has sentenced a businessman who sold fake bomb detectors to 10 years in jail.
BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall has pleaded guilty to 14 indecent assaults on young girls.
Elliot Turner is fighting his conviction for murdering New Zealand teenager Emily Longley.
Margaret Thatcher was laid to rest today with a level of pomp and protest reflecting her status as a commanding, polarising political figure.
Golf clubs belonging to the England cricket team have been stolen from their Auckland hotel.
A council is reviewing security camera footage as part of its investigation into the freak death of a New Zealand lawyer on a London street.
Police say they think they have identified the caped crusader who brought a suspected burglar to their station in northern England.
When a former British soldier died at his rest home, staff and the local vicar were worried no one would come to the 70-year-old's funeral.
The British government has apologised for the suffering of patients at a UK hospital who recieved "truly dreadful" mistreatment and neglect.
The discovery of King Richard III in Leicester means a winter of discontent for the rival city of York.
Thirteenth-ranked England have upset the table-topping All Blacks Sevens squad in their first match on day one of the Wellington Sevens.
A man killed by a falling shop sign has been identified as a young lawyer from New Zealand.
A New Zealand man has been killed by a falling betting shop sign in London.
Two people have died after a helicopter apparently hit a construction crane on top of a building in central London.
The Irish food safety watchdog says that it has found traces of horse DNA in burger products sold by some of the country's biggest supermarkets.
Four stars of England's triumph against New Zealand in December are set to be rewarded with official promotions.
British government prosecutors have set out new guidelines to make it harder to bring legal cases against offensive messages on Twitter and Facebook.
A man arrested on suspicion of murdering Kiwi punk rocker Steve Andrews in London has been released on police bail.
Britain is a step closer to allowing gay marriage but it would still be banned in the Church of England and Wales.
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