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A man who smuggled Australian scorpions into the country via Christchurch Airport has been fined $11,000.
The 29-year-old, who served in Afghanistan, claimed he didn't know the property he was selling belonged to the military.
Parents of an Australian tennis coach missing in Hamilton describe him as a respected athlete with no history of mental illness.
Even in death Nelson Mandela was turning enemies into friends.
Obsessed with money, Helen Milner stole from the company she worked for, borrowed more than $30,000 and blamed it all on her husband.
Act Party leader John Banks will stand trial for electoral fraud in May next year.
Life jackets are being given out free to fishing boats planning to cross the treacherous West Coast river bars this tuna season.
3 News has been leaked a report which reveals there is a risk our Defence Force is not ready for deployment.
Grant Dalton says Emirates Team New Zealand's future is looking positive and, importantly, he will be a part of it.
The memorial service for Nelson Mandela is due to get underway in a few hours in Johannesburg.
The Registered Master Builders Federation says it's good the banks didn't wait to see the impacts of the new restrictions.
Trust and confidence in police has taken a knock following negative publicity, including their handling of the Roast Busters.
Twenty-two photographic negatives, which have lain untouched in Antarctica for nearly 100 years, have been restored and shown for the first time.
Two members of the public have contacted police after they saw someone believed to be missing Australian man Paul Arber in the Waikato River.
Auckland car enthusiasts honour Paul Walker
Loan agency using 'rough' methods
Neighbour came to rescue of brawl victim
Scientists pinpoint key cause of Japan tsunami
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