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Labour leader Andrew Little is this morning about to unveil a front bench he's promising to refresh in a year.
Recruiting for Kiwis to join an Australian mission in Sierra Leone to fight Ebola has so far attracted expressions of interest from 34 people.
The Sky Tower in Auckland will be lit up in white tonight as part of a campaign against domestic violence.
Lorde may be about to add new awards to her already impressive list at the American Music Awards.
A man's body has been found in thick bush in a remote part of Mount Maunganui.
State Services Commissioner Iain Rennie made a "serious miscalculation" in his handling of the Roger Sutton case but he hasn't committed a sackable offence, the Prime Minister says.
An operation to move two adult male sperm whales which died at a Golden Bay beach is currently underway.
3 News anchor Hilary Barry takes a look at some of our favourite bloopers from the last quarter-century.
A ship that sank off the coast of New Zealand in 1902 carrying the remains of 499 Chinese gold miners has been found.
Disgraced CERA boss Roger Sutton has denied allegations he made a sexual comment about the Prime Minister's wife Bronagh.
A small operator could be stepping in to help out the towns that Air New Zealand is abandoning.
Thirty-five sky divers have broken the New Zealand record for the most people in a four-way formation.
The Fiji petrel is a hot pick in the inaugural Seabird of the Year competition but the New Zealand fairy tern is in the running.
The hunt is continuing for a 56-year-old Hastings man who failed to surface while snorkelling in Hawke's Bay.
An insurance company's refusal to pay for an Auckland woman's stolen goods has sparked warnings your cover may not be all that it seems.
A 56-year-old Hastings man has failed to surface while diving off Pourerere Beach.
Prime Minister John Key hopes a bill with counter terrorism measures to be introduced to Parliament on Tuesday will pass by Christmas.
Fifty-two years ago the Riding for Disabled Association was started in a small Hawke's Bay town.
Head of State Services Iain Rennie is refusing to comment on calls for him to resign.
There's been a magnitude 4.4 quake north of White Island but not many people felt it.
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