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Mon, 20 May 2013
The man who desegregated US TV news
Next month marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of American civil rights leader Medgar Evers.
Fri, 17 May 2013
South African police brutality at all time high - politician
A former politician says that police brutality in South Africa is as bad now as it was during the apartheid era.
Beth Orton's acoustic return
Beth Orton is back with her new album 'Sugaring Season'.
Bobby Womack's latest chapter
Without its latest chapter, Bobby Womack's life would have read like a Greek tragedy.
Sea rescue after man seriously injured
A crew member of a cruise ship who was seriously injured about 240 km north of Cape Reinga was been rescued by helicopter.
Thu, 16 May 2013
Syrian troops repel rebel attack on Aleppo prison
A Syrian activist group says rebels have withdrawn from a prison in the northern city of Aleppo after heavy fighting with government troops.
From dancer to frontman to solo artist
You may have heard of Eden Mulholland as the front man of Kiwi pop-rock band Motocade.
Wed, 15 May 2013
The men behind The Hangover
The Wolfpack's back for their last misadventure in the Hangover Part III.
In search of sexy
Victoria Secret has just released its 'What is sexy' list - but what do Kiwis think is sexy?
Syrian rebels battle Assad's troops near Damascus
Syrian rebels and Islamic fighters have joined forces in a push to reopen an arms supply route and retake a key town near Damascus.
Kokako adapts to city life
A kokako with a taste for city life is giving conservation workers the run-around in the Auckland suburb of Glendowie.
Warriors' Feleti Mateo reaches 150th NRL milestone
Warriors' back-rower Feleti Mateo will reach the 150-game milestone when he faces Penrith in Saturday's round-10 NRL clash at Centrebet Stadium.
Tue, 14 May 2013
Door opens for Jan Hellriegel's lost songs
Jan Hellriegel believes the key to putting out good music is staying positive.
Both sides condemn convicted abortion doctor
A Philadelphia jury called Dr Kermit Gosnell a murderer who killed three babies after they were born alive.
Prince Harry to see NJ storm damage, visit NYC
Britain's Prince Harry is headed to the New Jersey shore to visit two communities hard hit by Superstorm Sandy.
Serial killer denied parole
Convicted killer Malcolm Francis was deemed too much of a risk to be released from prison at a Parole Board hearing today.
Mon, 13 May 2013
The perks of wealth and fame
Nightline answers the question 'what do I do when everyone hates my most recent album'?
Django Unchained returns to Chinese cinemas
Quentin Tarantino's violent slave-revenge movie Django Unchained returned to Chinese theatres on Sunday, about a month after it was pulled on opening day for unspecified "technical reasons".
Fri, 10 May 2013
The art revolution hits the Auckland Triennial
The Auckland Triennial is a three-month long art event asking us to look at the country's largest city in a different way.
The Outsiders' Guide To Beating Unease in Public
A Wellington duo is turning humour into help with a new show called 'The Outsiders' Guide To Beating Unease in Public.'
Woman found alive in Bangladesh building rubble
Bangladesh rescue workers have freed a woman trapped for 17 days in the rubble of a collapsed building.
Protesters stake out Auckland McDonald's
Protesters picketed a McDonald's outlet in Auckland tonight after it was alleged a man was harrassed for being gay.
Ohio man's ex-relatives say he is a 'monster'
The man accused of holding three women captive for a decade in his Cleveland home terrorised the mother of his children, her relatives say.
The lessons of our spy history
As the Government moves to give the GCSB more powers it's worth considering our own history to see how our spy agencies have gone.
Thu, 09 May 2013
Warriors strip for sponsor Bendon
The Warriors have stripped off their kit as part of an advertising campaign for Bendon.
In Ohio neighbourhood, suspect was familiar figure
In the tight-knit neighbourhood near downtown where many conversations are spoken in Spanish, it seems most everyone knew Ariel Castro.
Will.i.am donates $100k to Auckland pupils
Pupils at an Auckland school got a surprise visit and a very big gift today, all thanks to American recording artist Will.i.am.
Wed, 08 May 2013
High class filth comes to Auckland
Two British lasses are promising high class filth for discerning audiences in Auckland.
Joseph and Maia on the up
Things are starting to gain momentum for Mount Maunganui duo Joseph and Maia.
Marco Rojas signs with Stuttgart
German club Stuttgart has moments ago confirmed that All White Marco Rojas has signed with the club on a four-year deal.
Mighty River share price set at $2.50
Finance Minister Bill English has announced the share price for Mighty River Power this evening.
Tue, 07 May 2013
Life after the Dead Kennedys
The Dead Kennedys were one of the most shocking US punk bands of the 80s - even ending up on trial for obscenity.
Fans enter ABBA heaven
ABBA fans can now fulfil a lifelong dream by joining the group - or at least their holograms - on stage.
Mon, 06 May 2013
Finding burial plot for bomb suspect a struggle
A funeral director is having trouble finding a cemetery to take the body of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
Kirk and Spock's latest adventure
David Farrier spoke to Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto about the new Star Trek movie.
Bucket of chilli pacifies angry customer
A quick-thinking takeaway store employee pacified an aggressive customer by emptying a bucket of chilli on his face.
Fri, 03 May 2013
Bollywood scenes come to Auckland gallery
An exhibition at Auckland's Te Tuhi Gallery shows scenes from the filming of Bollywood films in New Zealand.
The Great Gatsby a 'risky undertaking'
Baz Luhrmann, director of Moulin Rouge, has taken some risks with his latest project, the Great Gatsby.
Somali refugees fight anti-terrorism laws
New anti-terrorism laws are stopping refugees here sending money home to their families.
The Broadsides bring country back
Auckland five-piece country band The Broadsides want to bring country music back.
VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: All tries 18-17 Blues Vs Stormers, Super Rugby 2013
Chris Noakes landed a record six penalties to carry the Blues to a grinding 18-17 Super Rugby win over the frustrated Stormers in Auckland.
Thu, 02 May 2013
Award-winning clown comes to NZ
Dr Brown, who won best show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last year, is in Auckland performing for both adults and kids.
Kiwis prepare for epic medieval battle
A group of six New Zealanders are preparing to attend the Battle of the Nations in France on Sunday.
Kiwi woman speaks up against Rolf Harris
Two Scotland Yard detectives have flown to Sydney to interview witnesses about allegations against Rolf Harris.
Warriors desperate for win
Sitting bottom of the table the Warriors are understandably desperate for as win against the Titans on Sunday.
Van Gogh Museum reopens with display on his craft
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam has reopened after a seven-month renovation.
Wed, 01 May 2013
Wrapping the day's action in sport
Ross McNaughton wraps up the day's action in sport.
Jail for Spanish doctor in doping trial
The doctor at the heart of cycling's Operation Puerto doping scandal has been convicted, but the key evidence is set to be destroyed.
Coro actor Bill Roache arrested on rape allegations - reports
Coronation Street's Bill Roache has been arrested on suspicious of rape, according to a British newspaper.
Celebrating the weird and wonderful
Gay pride parades in an outback town and an enormous puzzle fit for a queen are among other things making news around the world at the moment.
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