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Christchurch residents hit by flooding last week brace for yet another deluge as storm nears NZ.
7:21am Steve Williams says his one regret was his interview on the 18th green at Firestone after Adam Scott won.
Mother of one of the boys targeted by teacher describes horror of her son being sexually abused.
Son, 9, of man killed by a Chinese driver pleads for law to ensure tourists pass NZ driving test.
Schools that raise funds cleaning up after Hurricanes games or the Martinborough Fair may miss out under new health and safety reforms.
Aerial video shows New York City firefighters responding to a blast which levelled two buildings in East Harlem.
Kneeling, a South African police officer swung a bat at a toilet door erected in the courtroom at Oscar Pistorius' murder trial.
Economy will grow 4.5 per cent this year, the fastest pace in a decade, but official interest rates will rise to 5.25 per cent by 2016, according to Infometrics.
Kiwis are up to their eyeballs in debt for an investment that on paper breaks all the golden rules.
Leading defender of govt surveillance accuses the CIA breaking law by accessing Senate computers.
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Volvo is looking at using magnets in a bid to create an autonomous car.
Lily Allen has blamed her record label and radio stations for not pushing her best new tracks.
Buttocks have been banned at Machu Picchu, thanks in part to a nudie run by one Kiwi tourist.
For Lucas Lormans, the dangers of Facebook lie close to home and he wants to protect his daughter.
The team behind the Hunter Downs irrigation scheme hopes to raise up to $5 million from investors in the next month.
Justice Minister Judith Collins is one strike short of being out.
Warriors coach Matt Elliott believes his side is ready for its first win at Eden Park this weekend.
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In one of the world's least populated countries, this is one of its least populated spots.
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William and Kate went on holiday without Prince George and mothers lost their minds about it.
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Home births vs hospital births are always a hot topic and a large new study is stirring the conversation.
Taylor Dow, 17, is earning a fortune selling a weight-loss tea across the world.
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