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3 News political editor Patrick Gower says Labour's leadership battle is a two-horse race between Grant Robertson and Andrew Little.
In Tech Bytes this week we meet some of the country's brightest young minds, check out the world's first connected carry-on and find out how to do the donut selfie.
A new report shows New Zealand's tech exports have increased by 62 percent over the last decade.
Failing to prosecute Shell Todd for drilling illegal wells would send a message that the Government doesn't take environmental protection seriously, says Russel Norman.
Kiwis assistant coach David Kidwell believes international rugby league has changed since he last donned a New Zealand jersey as a player in 2009.
In a recent poll in the US, nearly half of all respondents admitted to falling asleep behind the wheel at one time or another.
Daniel Rutledge looks ahead to the Armageddon Expo, Paper Cinema's Odyssey and Disney's Moana on Firstline.
A US military airdrop of weapons meant for Kurdish fighters has fallen into the hands of their jihadist foes near the battleground town of Kobane, a monitor says.
Scientists believe they might have detected dark matter for the first time – streaming from our very own Sun.
A woman in the United States was shocked to learn her son was deceased – at least, according to the US Postal Service.
Every year more than 2000 New Zealanders are diagnosed with some form of skin cancer, and a lot of the damage is done in childhood.
Labour's acting deputy leader Annette King says booming migration levels aren't necessarily a reflection on the strength of the economy.
A woman has been found dead beneath a fallen tree in London as the tail end of Hurricane Gonzalo brought high winds and travel disruption to Britain.
Prince William's wife Kate has made her first public appearance since her second pregnancy was announced as she welcomed Singaporean President Tony Tan to Britain.
A man is in a stable condition after being shot by police near the Waikato town of Kerepehi overnight.
Police are appealing for information from the public following the death of a man at a property in west Auckland last night.
As Oscar Pistorius begins his five-year jail sentence for shooting dead his girlfriend, his family says he will "embrace this opportunity to pay back to society".
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