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The nature and scope of the war with Islamic State is constantly changing as more and more countries are sucked into the conflict.
With only one day left until Northland goes to the polls, National is putting on a brave face despite polls showing Mark Osborne is set to get a hiding.
An asteroid capable of wiping out an entire country is heading our way, but there's no need to tick anything off your bucket list just yet.
Kate Rodger reviews Cinderella and Infinitely Polar Bear on Firstline.
Andrew Gourdie joins Firstline to talk about the Black Caps' chances against a very good Australian team.
In the dead of night, more than 90 poachers are arrested by Tanzanian forces, who find weapons – but no ivory. It's long gone.
One person is dead and several others injured after tornados ripped through Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Have you ever wanted to look like a tasty, beefy Big Mac? Well now you can.
Actress Joan Collins was made a Dame in a ceremony by Prince Charles at London's Buckingham Palace.
NASA is hoping the weather will allow them to launch their heavy-lift balloon in Wanaka after wind hindered the last attempt.
The co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings flight appears to have "deliberately" crashed the plane into the French Alps after locking his captain out of the cockpit.
In 2011, German scientist Stefan Lunka said he would give €100,000 to anyone who could prove that measles was caused by a virus. Now he has to pay up.
Susan Kilsby, a dairy analyst with NZX Agri, says there are a number of reasons Fonterra has seen its profit fall.
Reality TV become very personal for two high-ranking officials in Ukraine when police barged in on a live televised cabinet meeting and arrested them.
Experiential tourism company Magic Memories has taken out the top prize at the New Zealand International Business Awards - and three others.
Winston Peters has suspended his distrust of opinion polling, following the latest from 3 News-Reid Research which suggests he's going to trounce his opponents in Northland.
Ever wanted your very own petrol-powered flamethrower? Check out today's Tech Bytes to find out how.
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