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National is confident its low-profile candidate for the Northland by-election has what it takes to topple 40-year veteran Winston Peters, but others have doubts.
It's day four of a massive offensive by Iraqi forces to take back the city of Tikrit from Islamic State (IS) fighters.
Will Smith pairs up with Aussie it-girl Margot Robbie in his latest movie as a pair of con-artists who fall in love.
A double amputee has told the Boston attacks trial how one of the alleged bombers brushed past him moments before the first explosion.
Scientists believe they've discovered the real appeal of Indian food – its wildly contrasting flavours.
There has been a lot for the currency markets to contemplate lately, with the Europeans about to start a quantitative easing programme.
Mike Tomas has turned a small garage-based set-up into an international business, with some very high-profile clients.
National MP Jami-Lee Ross says Kiwis' Pacific communications are "filtered out" of the GCSB's data collection, but ex-GCSB head Sir Bruce Ferguson says that's "mission impossible".
For the first time ever, a group of British scientists have given 20 volunteers LSD followed by a brain scan to see what happens to them.
An airliner has skidded off a runway at New York's LaGuardia airport as a major winter storm battered the United States from Texas to the US east coast.
Mark Lippert had just arrived at a breakfast lecture on the prospects of peace on a divided Korean peninsula when a man attacked him with a knife.
Auckland University nanotechnology expert Michelle Dickinson has the latest science news from around the world.
The Downstream energy conference is underway in Auckland. It brings together industry leaders to talk about the changing environment of the energy sector.
It's Prince William's final day in China, and there were some uncomfortable moments for him.
International law expert Professor Alexander Gillespie says he'd be surprised if Tony Abbott's comments have any effect on Indonesia's decision.
Iraq's Shiite Muslim militias are being supported by Iranian forces that have crossed the border, and are now reportedly commanding the battle.
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