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Both Labour and National would need Winston Peters to govern, according to the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll.
John Key is comfortable the US is not watching New Zealanders, but he can't rule it out, and refuses to seek any assurances.
For 18 years Rodney Bennett has had free reign over Flock Hill Station taking overseas tourists through the high country farm.
Two skin cancer sufferers say New Zealand is falling behind Australia in banning sunbeds.
A man who claimed more than $120,000 in tax money for five children that weren't his has been sent to jail.
A 52-year-old man's death at a squash club in Auckland is not suspicious, police say.
Kim Dotcom has had disputes a number of his former staff. He's settled with some of them, but not yet with three of his Filipino staff. The workers spoke with 3rd Degree.
3rd Degree visited the mansion to confront Dotcom about the allegations made by his employees.
Christian Kasper surprised his fiancé with a flashmob wedding in a Dunedin supermarket.
The job may be ageing Prime Minister John Key but he says he would stick out a third three-year term if re-elected.
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It has been described as the next industrial revolution, and now 3D printing technology is being applied to medical purposes - printing organs and even bone.
David Cunliffe and John Key say there have been too many distractions in this year's election taking away from talking about the major issues in New Zealanders.
John Campbell asked journalist Glenn Greenwald and Prime Minister John Key whether spies are tapping into our data link with the rest of the world, the Southern Cross cable.
Accountant John Russell has been battling Inland Revenue for three decades over a debt he claims they've got wrong.
Scotland's independence vote is raising tensions even in New Zealand, particularly at a barber's shop on Auckland's Karangahape Rd.
An Otara man who brutally assaulted a police officer has been found not guilty of attempted murder.
At least two ship-hands have escaped injury during a crane collapse at Lyttelton Port.
The music supplier who provided the National Party with a track for their campaign advertising has asked its clients to delete it.
Two men accused of trout poaching who purport to be "sovereign beings are to have their day in court.
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