7:08am Authorities investigate possible copycat terrorist attack after French solider is stabbed in Paris.
In a rollicking day's cricket in the Leeds sun, England advanced to 337-7 at stumps on day two.
Spotlight on adventure tourism industry, as quad bike operator charged with manslaughter.
A morbidly obese fraudster who tried to argue he was too fat for jail has died in custody.
Restaurant staff were unable to contain a devastating Queenstown fire because extinguishers hadn't been recharged after a fire a few days earlier.
The Highlanders fell short in the dying minutes, losing by a whisker to the Western Force
Suspected Maoist rebels set off a land mine and opened fire on a convoy of cars in Eastern India killing at least 17 people and wounding 24 others.
Zespri has admitted it was warned in 2008 that a dual invoicing system in China could lead to the arrest of its employees and cause NZ "reputation risk".
Business owners must make investment decisions as carefully as everyone else, writes Martin Hawes.
The Waikato District Health Board has launched a review after its website was hacked this week.
Bridget Jones visits a 'hospital' where much-loved companions are returned to health.
With the skiing and snowboarding season just around the corner, here's an update on what's happening at your favourite winter destinations.
A steaming chicken pie straight from the oven - does food get more comforting?
Honda and McLaren have previously swept the board together in GP racing, now they want to do it on the road as well.
Vicki Anderson talks to Yulia about her ‘big break’, and working with Craig Leon of The Ramones.
Jamie Brundell's All Blacks team is a mix of experience, and those who just need a chance.
Not all itches go away with a simple scratch. Roughly 15 per cent of people suffer relentless, long-term itching.
The summer drought took a bite out of dairy and meat export volumes in April.
Just when the Warriors didn't need anything else to contend with, along comes the NRL side Kiwis most associate success with.
Four men whose lives ended in a horror smash leave behind devastated families.
New Zealand smarts are helping to grow Kiwi dairy farms in China, writes Simon Day.
Noisy kids have recently earned some bad press. So should they really be seen and not heard?
A kind-hearted Kiwi is giving hope to young women caught in the European sex trade.
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Doctors feared Allison Partridge had cancer. Turns out the teen's excruciating pain was caused by having more than one uterus.
Kim Kardashian's baby shower invite has to be seen to be believed.
The ultimate meatball sandwich, teamed with an instant beetroot relish that couldn't be easier (or more delicious).
A picture says a thousand words, what do these maternity photoshoots say to you?
Lookalike from rural France partied hard with the stars in Cannes for two days.
Stomach-churning pics and videos show New Orleans being taken over by tens of thousands of swarming bugs.
A life-sized Star Wars X-Wing fighter made from over five million Lego pieces unveiled in New York.
A strip club has grabbed a Wellington boob and left the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation richer for it.
What a difference a day makes when it comes to the fate of the Denniston Plateau.
The best and worst of songwriters who want to be poets and poets who love music.
The key ingredient for the most memorable literary couples is a tale of impossible love.
As with last year, I'm not sure what I think of Once Upon A Time.