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Police recovered a stolen race car on a rural roadside north of Atlanta on Saturday morning.
For the second night in a row Cantabrians may have been woken by a jolt.
It's Children's Day and Social Development Minister Anne Tolley is urging people to get out to a number of events around the country marking it.
Local police have stepped up their presence in Bremen's central areas due to a warning of possible Islamic terrorist activity in the city.
Trade Minister Tim Groser is off to China to discuss upgrading the Free Trade Agreement with New Zealand.
Four men face trial in Egypt after horrific footage of the brutal street killing of a dog sparked outrage when it was aired on the internet.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has said his country's stance is "clear" on the pending executions of two Australian drug smugglers.
A motorcyclist has been critically injured in a crash in Waikato, disrupting traffic to the Coromandel Peninsula.
A tribute to the godfather of modern world surfing was held in New Brighton today.
Some of the most well-known songs from the Dunedin Sound era have been given an orchestral makeover.
An Auckland man is furious he was turned away from an inner-city bar because of his age.
He says Western countries need to arm the Kurds, not the Iraqi Government, to stop IS.
If Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott thought he could hide in New Zealand from his leadership woes back home, or take his mind off it at the cricket, he was wrong.
Thousands of people have arrived to enjoy the best the city has to offer.
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