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It's been a vintage 12 months for odd news - here's 10 of the best 3 News covered in 2014.
The Greens are fully behind a probe into the Prime Minister's record-keeping after John Key admitted to deleting messages relating to the Dirty Politics affair.
The Prime Minister's record keeping practices will be scrutinised by the Chief Archivist after John Key claimed he routinely deleted all of his text messages.
The number of overstayers in New Zealand is at its lowest since 2000 because of improved border security,the Government says.
The Maori Party is welcoming the Wanganui District Council's decision to apply to have its spelling changed to Whanganui, with an 'h'.
You may have forgotten already, either intentionally or not, there was a general election this year. It got pretty crazy, some would even say it reached "peak cray".
The Government and SkyCity are on a collision course over who meets the construction cost blow-out for the planned international convention centre in Auckland.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has been handed a scathing review by the State Services Commission.
More than 5000 New Zealand Defence Force staff took part in operations and exercises around the world during the year.
Sir Jerry Mateparae is opening a new park marking 200 years since missionaries held the first Christian church service in NZ.
Prime Minister John Key hopes to get some golf in at some top courses in the US on his holidays.
Left wing commentator Josie Pagani and ACT Party leader David Seymour discuss the big stories of the year.
The Electoral Commission said today it was cancelling the registration of the Internet Mana party and removing it from its register.
Statistics released today show a net gain of 49,800 in the year to November, which the New Zealand First leader is calling "utter madness".
Prime Minister John Key says his last working day of the year includes meeting pop star Katy Perry and then he's having a family Christmas.
Cabinet Minister Gerry Brownlee has been accused of lying over his controversial security breach at Christchurch Airport.
More Chinese tourists are travelling to New Zealand as fewer Kiwis migrate to Australia, the latest figures show.
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