Sky TV viewers fall

Bad news for Sky TV as it waits to find out if its merger with Vodafone NZ can go ahead.

Gentle giant turns killer

The last minutes of Esme Kinraid's life must have been terrifying. Struggling for breath, under the weight of her father.

More than "conventional antiques"

Keeping it unique is the name of the game says antique shop owner Ray.

Trump's new deportation army

It's 15,000 strong, created solely for the purpose of weeding out millions of undocumented migrants.

People safe after fire

Fears that people were trapped in a burning house in south Auckland have been allayed.

Charity to close after burglaries

In the past few weeks, more than 50 bikes up-cycled for needy children have been stolen from the Thames charity.

How Katy Perry actually sounds

This awkward live mic feed from the Grammys will make you feel good about your drunken karaoke sessions.

A dance with The Boss

Gill Cross's dreams came true when she got her Dancing in The Dark moment with Bruce Springsteen.

Truck crashes into house

Two people in a rubbish truck escaped injury after the vehicle slammed into a Lower Hutt house.

Ten movies to see at the French Film Festival

From rugby dramas to the latest from the Dardenne brothers - the movies to see at this year's French Film Festival

Migrants wash up on Libya beach

The bodies of at least 74 migrants found washed up on the shore in western Libya.

Warriors 'fresh air' for Foran

"It's been great to get out of Sydney," Warriors recruit says as he settles in at his new NRL home.

Riots erupt in Sweden's capital

Days after Trump's comments about "what happened in Sweden", violence hits immigrant neighbourhood.

'It doesn't have to be this way'

Plans for a water treatment plant in a rural heritage suburb of Auckland has locals aghast.

Half marathon done despite brain cancer

Diagnosed with terminal cancer, Vicki Walsh thought her racing days were over. But her friend had other ideas.

Finding NZ's mini golf champ

Players lining up to take part in the inaugural New Zealand Minigolf Open with dreams of heading to World Championships.

Pilot's near miss

Max Quartermain had already caught the eye of aviation officials before he crashed his small plane into a Melbourne mall on Tuesday.

Light plane crashes aren't common

Despite thousands of flights every year, crashes numbers are low... but they do happen.

Shaky capital: 100 days on

One hundred days after the Kaikoura quake, about 200 people are unable to return to their Wellington homes.

Fighter jets intercept plane

Two pilots have found out what happens when you lose contact with air traffic control: they send fighter jets

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