Graffiti clean-up for Playmate

Photo a Playmate took of another woman naked brought her more attention than any of her poses.

UK stops sharing intel with US

British police stop passing information to US in wake of Manchester attack due to leaks.

Missed chances to foil bomber

Authorities reportedly warned about Manchester bomber Salman Abedi at least five times before the attack.

Terror in the family

One brother murdered children. The other has been arrested in Libya, after he was suspected of planning an attack in Tripoli.

Kids come to league with nothing

The kids go without food, without love, without money. This rugby league club offers breakfast, sport and a way out of the stereotypes.

Acting veteran finds a new gear in Norman

REVIEW: New York-set character drama features the former Officer and a Gentleman at his controlled and charismatic best.

Volunteers rueing mower theft

Volunteers at the Maori Multicultural centre near Timaru have been hit by theft for a second time.

The business of beard

There are two types of bearded men - those who can't be bothered shaving and those chasing trends.

Trust gone after 6000 salmon released

Salmon farm assistant manager devastated when he realised business had been target of vandalism.

Budget boost for burglary victims

With Kiwis unsatisfied about how few burglaries are solved, Government will help provide locks and security lights for up to 14,000 homes.

Budget's family package - by the numbers

The typical working New Zealand family will get $26 a week out of this Budget - an election-year affair that's being called a bribe 8 years in the making. Here's the breakdown of what's in it for you.

Police boss beheaded

Isis-linked militants rampage through a town in the Philippines, beheading a police chief and kidnapping a priest.

$2b package to boost incomes

Tax cuts and entitlement boosts give an average $26 per week more to 1.3m families.

Mystery of Melania's head

To cover up or not to cover up? Why the US first lady covered her head at the Vatican but not in Saudi Arabia.

When 'funny' becomes 'cringey'

Football fans in Australia fail to see funny side as three comedians fall hard during pre-game show.

Headache for Auckland shops

Albert Street in Auckland's CBD has been turned into a construction site, and business is suffering

Why the Philippines is so popular

Forget Bali and Thailand. If you want white sand, clear water and less tourists, this is the place to go.

House of Cards goes darker

Sinister Frank Underwood seems determined to make his presidency a dictatorship.

$3.9b injection to the health sector

A strained health sector is set to receive a record $3.9b shot in the arm, with $1.8b going to District Health Boards (DHBs) alone. 

Vaxxer's heated clash with doctor

Lance O'Sullivan tells fuming film organiser to "come see the ravaged bodies" in confrontation after screening.

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