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The Whale Oil blogger has been voted the winner of Massey University's 2014 Quote of the Year competition for describing his political style.
It's been a bumper year for Kiwi and Hollywood films, with releases like Housebound, The Dead Lands and Interstellar thrilling audiences.
Hitting 40 percent in the polls is Labour MP Jacinda Ardern's goal for 2015 – but as her National rival Jami-Lee Ross warns, they have to reach 30 first.
New Zealand's leading rally driver Hayden Paddon has been rewarded for a strong 2014 with an early Christmas present.
In Havana's historic centre, overjoyed Cubans took to the streets to celebrate the breakthrough in US-Cuban relations. But exiled expats are dismayed.
It has been one of the most bizarre years in New Zealand political history, and at the centre of it all was 3 News political editor Patrick Gower.
Steve Smith continued his unbeaten run with a half century in his first test match as captain,.
Judd Apatow and Rob Lowe have expressed their outrage at Sony bosses after they decided to scrap plans to release The Interview.
It's been a wet and windy start to summer – good news for farmers, but frustrating for holidaymakers and everyone else waiting for the sun.
Andrew Little says our anti-terror laws aren't designed to catch "lone wolves", and the Sydney siege should not be used as justification for passing them under urgency.
In the final episode of Tech Bytes of 2014, Emma Brannam takes a look at the weirdest and most wonderful inventions of the year.
Political editor Patrick Gower and The Nation host Lisa Owen take a look back at the year's big stories and the political winners and losers of 2014.
Athletics great Valerie Adams has won the New Zealand Olympic Committee's Lonsdale Cup for an unprecedented fifth time.
New Zealand's current account deficit rose to $2.5 billion in the September quarter, with the annual deficit of $6.1 billion representing 2.6 percent of GDP.
US officials have spoken out to calm fears of terrorist attacks at cinemas showing The Interview, insisting there is "no credible intelligence" to suggest a plot is underway.
Pakistan will end its moratorium on the death penalty in terror-related cases, a day after Taliban militants killed 141 people in an attack on a school.
The United States and Cuba have made a historic breakthrough in their Cold War stand-off, moving to revive diplomatic ties and ease a five-decade trade embargo.
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