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Police have released CCTV images of two men they're looking for in relation to a serious assault in Wellington, in which the victim had his jaw broken.
Labour leader Andrew Little is visiting Kiwis locked up at an Australian detention centre today.
An Auckland man is due to be sentenced for murdering his friend after a dispute over a box of bourbon and cola drinks.
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.
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.
Imagine if you were burgled and something you really liked was stolen, but then you saw it being sold on Trade Me. But the seller wasn't the thieves – it was a police officer.
The bomb squad has disposed of a suspicious package found on a central Wellington street.
Two robberies have occurred overnight in Invercargill within 50 minutes of each other.
Wellington police have cordoned off part of Lambton Quay in the central city after a suspicious package was found.
Fisheries officers have raided properties in Tauranga and Motiti Island, busting a blackmarket shellfish operation.
Two lovers accused of plotting to kill one of their spouses passed a secret note possibly asking how they would kill him, a court has heard.
The US has issued a worldwide travel alert and the city of Brussels is still on its highest alert level under fears of imminent attack.
A women support group says women who speak out against their violent partners must be taken seriously, or we could see more cases like the murder of Mei Fan.
John Key says there are a number of Kiwis linked to Islamic State, even trying to raise money for them, and is scared there might be more hiding under the radar.
Cybercrime has cost New Zealand more than a quarter of a billion dollars in the past year, with around one in five people impacted.
The man who allegedly faked his qualifications to secure a job as a psychiatrist with Waikato District Health Board has denied the charges.
The estranged husband of a murdered Wellington woman has been found guilty of killing her following a complex five week-long trial.
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