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There's growing controversy over a surgical treatment for fibroids - growths on the wall of the womb, which affect 40 percent of women.
Thousands of people are expected in the Auckland suburb of Pt Chevalier this weekend to check out The Block open homes.
Labour senior whip Chris Hipkins says whoever wins the party leadership will have to reverse a 10-year decline in the opinion polls.
Armageddon opens tonight at 6pm, and runs through until Monday. Director and founder Bill Geradts says it will be "absolute insanity".
Daniel Rutledge reviews World War II action of Fury and intense musical drama Whiplash on Firstline.
Armed guards in Parliament are the only way to counter the sort of attack that happened in Ottawa, Police Association president Greg O'Connor says.
The New Zealand dollar declined to a week-low after data showed inflation accelerated at a slower than expected pace in the third quarter.
A drunk tour guide celebrating her last day on the job let tourists know exactly what she thought during a bus ride through Chinatown in San Francisco.
Dominic Adesanya, 23, was unarmed and quickly apprehended – unlike the previous fence-jumper, who made it all the way into the building.
With its gangly arms, long neck and duckbill, Deinocheirus mirificus resembles Jar Jar Binks of Star Wars fame.
With less than a year to go until the Rugby World Cup, there are signs it's shaping up to be the biggest yet in terms of fan numbers.
Around 24 percent of people living in New Zealand have a disability, and many feel misunderstood. But one Auckland festival is trying to change that.
Canadian police say they've found no connection between the two attacks on soldiers this week.
The number of people with Ebola is set to hit 10,000 in west Africa, the World Health Organisation says.
Australia correspondent Tom McRae takes a look at the big news from Australia this week - Gough Whitlam, the 'Ginger Jihadi' and the Wallabies' new coach.
Lake South says his nomination for a VNZMA award means he'll have to practise a bit more and write some new songs.
Child retrieval expert Keith Schafferius says most child abductions are carried out by parents, usually as the result of a marriage break-up.
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