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Former National Party president Michelle Boag says Prime Minister John Key is like Richie McCaw in his ability to get on with the job, despite the pressure.
Two cheetah cubs are being hand-raised by animal care staff at San Diego Zoo after their mother was unable to feed them.
NZX-listed Cooks Global Foods is buying back the master franchise for its Esquires brand in China.
John Key says growing the economy, reforming the education system and changing the New Zealand flag will be the three primary focuses of his third term as Prime Minister.
Labour MP Grant Robertson says the party will be taking a long, hard look at itself following its worst election result in 92 years.
Most of the West African country's six million people were confined to their homes for a third straight day.
Barbara Henning says she has been trying to communicate with IS about her hostage husband Alan but has received no response to her cry for mercy.
Kate Rodger reviews two of this week's new releases, Michael Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Indian film The Lunchbox.
National's Jami-Lee Ross says there are "rumours swirling" about why Colin Craig's press secretary resigned in mysterious circumstances.
Instead of running in Epsom himself, Jamie Whyte says he's been out and about trying to rebuild ACT's support around the rest of the country.
American Football's image is in free-fall with Arizona running back Jonathan Dwyer the latest NFL player to face charges over domestic abuse.
There are likely to be more raids not just in Australia, but in parts of Europe too, says international law expert Alexander Gillespie.
The National Party's willingness to work with Winston Peters "is what it is", says Prime Minister John Key.
We're ranked just 15th in the OECD when it comes to voter turnout, and it's getting worse.
The Islamic State group has released a video of a British freelance photojournalist, John Cantlie, in which he says he is being held captive.
The world's whaling watchdog has agreed to toughen scrutiny of Japan's Antarctic hunts, but rejected a bid to expand protection in the South Atlantic.
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