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Fisher & Paykel has been fined AU$200,000 in Australia after it admitted the fine print in its extended warranty offer was too fine.
New Zealanders will be opening their Christmas pressies in the sunshine if the latest weather forecast holds true.
Wellington police are appealing to the public for information after a man suffered a serious head injury last night.
Owners of dangerous earthquake-prone buildings in Christchurch will not have to strengthen them to stronger than normal standards.
More disabled people are working but the situation hasn't improved much over the last 13 years.
Politics, particularly of the dirty variety, was an unsurprisingly popular topic for election year on the Twittersphere surrounding New Zealand.
A week of heavy rain has rescued Nelson residents from summer-long water restrictions.
Police have laid serious charges against the man accused of running over an officer at a drink drive check point in the Hawke's Bay.
The Maori Party is welcoming the Wanganui District Council's decision to apply to have its spelling changed to Whanganui, with an 'h'.
A driver shouted "Allahu Akbar" as he ploughed into groups of people in the eastern French city of Dijon, injuring 11 people, two seriously.
A 36-year-old steelworker has lost his bid for name suppression after he appeared in court over the murder of a man at a south Auckland party.
New Zealand already has Hobbiton, but Gandalf actor Ian McKellen doesn't think it should end there.
Parents are being warned not to let pre-schoolers out of their sight near water this summer as the under-fives drowning toll creeps up.
Archaeologists in the UK are calling on the government to scrap a planned tunnel under Stonehenge, saying it could destroy an even older ancient site.
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