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A security analyst says if Muslim bin John was a member of al-Qaida, then he was a legitimate target.
Hundreds of parents have gathered in a gymnasium, some on drips after collapsing with nervous exhaustion.
A new review into the 2010 Fox Glacier plane crash will call on outside skills and expertise.
They may have left NA, but there is no escaping the royals and their tour because they simply made a short trip across the ditch.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower takes a look at the week in politics – Oravida, drone strikes and David Cunliffe.
Stalls, big rides and farm animals have all been moved into Auckland city for the Easter Show, which is free to enter this year.
LG's new TV is the first to feature two separate Freeview tuners – one for UHF terrestrial signals and another satellite.
Sacha McNeil travels to the Ha'apai islands to see how locals are getting on three months after Cyclone Ian.
A zoo in southwest China has installed a television to entertain a lonely panda.
The prosecution has derided a forensic expert hired by Oscar Pistorius, rubbishing his evidence.
A man has been charged with murdering Wellington woman Mei Fan five months ago.
Bad weather has caused a mudslide in Wellington forcing the evacuation of around 20 people.
William, Kate and Prince George emerged onto the tarmac in Sydney to a welcome break from the NZ rain.
Long-time David Bain supporter Joe Karam brought the case against two men after they made disparaging comments online.
Tonight's lunar eclipse perfect for kids
Parents desperate for news after ferry sinking
Easter Show organisers hope free entry pays off
Buildings evacuated after Wellington mudslide
Amy Farrall murder-accused appears in court
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