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The Ministry of Education has decided to close Christchurch's Redcliffs School.
An advertisement claiming the health benefits of acupuncture has been found to be misleading by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
Opposition parties are furious police are refusing to release data to a gang researcher because he studied gangs by hanging out with them.
Three teams were flown up to the glacier this morning after the weather cleared enough to begin the recovery of the three remaining bodies at Fox Glacier.
A woman is in a serious condition in Auckland Hospital after being rescued at Piha yesterday.
There have been sightings of a woman looking suspiciously like Taylor Swift in Queenstown, where it's believed the star is filming her latest music video.
In the next 45 minutes, police will have been called to at least one domestic violence incident. For White Ribbon Day, a victim of abuse told her story to 3 News to encourage other women living with it.
Recycling and growing your own vegetables are popular with those who care for the environment, but a new report says such activities do little to stop climate change.
As Prime Minister John Key continues his southeast Asian tour, calls are growing for the Government to repatriate the bodies of New Zealand soldiers buried in Malaysia.
Lung cancer claims five times more lives than melanoma in New Zealand each year, but a new charity says it's not getting the attention it deserves.
Students at Christchurch Boys' High School performed an emotional haka for head monitor Jake Bailey after he spoke at the senior prize-giving shortly after being diagnosed with cancer.
The jury in the Davinder Singh murder trial has been read a series of love notes that the Crown says were written by the co-accused.
The bomb squad has disposed of a suspicious package found on a central Wellington street.
The Government has started reviewing the Emissions Trading Scheme and opposition parties are again complaining about agriculture being excluded.
Two robberies have occurred overnight in Invercargill within 50 minutes of each other.
Wilson Parking New Zealand, owned by Hong Kong's Kwok family, more than doubled annual profit as it reaped more revenue from an expanding security business.
The treasured stained glass memorial window in the Christchurch Arts Centre's Great Hall has been restored – all 3600 pieces of it.
The Government may impose tougher ethical obligations on financial advisers to help confused consumers, but doesn't favour dropping commissions paid by providers such as fund managers or insurers to sell their products.
Scientists have decided how they will spend $9 million of research funding looking at how the Southern Ocean and Antarctica may affect New Zealand's climate.
State Services Minister Paula Bennett says there were 35,632 government bureaucrats at the end of June, 474 fewer than in December.
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