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Film reviewers Kate Rodger and Daniel Rutledge talk about their favourite films on the final episode of Firstline.
National MP Jami-Lee Ross says the defeated National Party has "received a message" and will work hard to win back the hearts and minds of Northland voters.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower says Winston Peters' victory in Northland was "epic" and a whipping for the Government.
In Tech Bytes today we've got insect-inspired robots, a pen for people with Parkinson's and drones for Star Wars fans.
Trudie Hughes retired from running a quilt shop seven years ago but still works seven days a week, 10 hours a day.
Crayons have long been a life-saver for parents desperate to keep their children calm and entertained. Now it seems stressed adults are also getting in on the act.
Mustafa Kamal has resigned as president of the International Cricket Council after he was prevented from presenting the World Cup trophy.
Negotiators have pushed past their original deadline in Switzerland as they hope to agree a nuclear deal with Iran.
According to Australian researchers, taking paracetamol to help ease back pain has little or no effect.
The odds of winning the EuroMillions raffle twice in two years are about 283 billion to one, but one British couple has done just that.
The heads of Lufthansa and Germanwings have paid their respects near the crash site of the plane that slammed into the French Alps.
A host of stars including Kevin Bacon, Boy George and Billy Idol have paid tribute to hospitalised folk music legend Joni Mitchell.
Iraq has vowed to reclaim the entire country from jihadists after having liberated the city of Tikrit, its biggest boost yet in the fight against IS.
Dairy prices in Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade auction have plunged for the second time in a fortnight.
Labour leader Andrew Little says his party decided to back Winston Peters in the fight for Northland after the first polls came out showing him with a commanding lead.
Scientists are hoping to discover exactly what is sticking to our skin and whether it's good or bad for our health.
Students at the University of Kentucky have been offered a hands-on opportunity to learn how to wrangle a steer.
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