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Obese men who lost weight are more likely get their partners pregnant new research suggests.
Rallies around the country against the Trans Pacific Partnership are beginning to wind down.
Cricket World Cup action: The covers are coming off in Auckland where Pakistan are about to resume on 5/175 from 37 overs after South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl. Follow live commentary of the match here.
A 65-year-old Auckland man has died after a hiking accident on Fiordland's Milford Track.
Heavy rain has prompted a police warning to motorists to take care on the roads.
One of three containers swept into Wellington Harbour by strong winds yesterday remains in the water, Wellington's Harbourmaster says.
Cricket World Cup action: Zimbabwe take on Ireland in Hobart. Follow live commentary of the match here.
The mayor of the Buller District says with the worst rain almost over, locals are keen for fine weather so they can get on with the clean up.
A ceremony to celebrate the biggest ever gift of private land into conservation covenant has taken place in Arrowtown.
Public health officials are asking Aucklanders who fear they have measles to phone ahead of GP visits so they can be kept away from other people in waiting rooms.
The Airline Pilot's Association says it is concerned Wellington airport's proposed runway extension is being done at the expense of safety.
Fiji is likely to use the New Zealand Government's spy revelations as leverage in its bid to oust New Zealand from the Pacific Islands Forum, a Pacific academic says.
Nauru's Justice Minister has accused refugees on the island of threatening other refugees who haven't taken part in protests this past week.
Archaeologists and officials have expressed outrage about the 'bulldozing' of the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud by Islamic State militants in Iraq.
Geraldine driver Hayden Paddon's Rally Mexico hopes have been dealt a cruel blow after he crashed on the fourth stage and his car too damaged to continue.
Nick Bollinger and guest musicians talk about Madonna’s 13th album Rebel Heart and the controversial career that has brought the 56-year-old pop icon to this moment.
They set the template for the loud-quiet-loud instrumental band, though Mogwai shun the term ‘post-rock'.
English novelist Nicci Gerrard was so concerned at the way her father was treated in hospital that she started a fight for dementia sufferers and their carers.
A company in New York is replacing plastic and styrofoam packaging materials with biodegradable alternatives made from agricultural waste and mushrooms.
Plastic packaging is often designed to be used once and then thrown out, but the environmental impact shouldn't be ignored.
Pacific spying, the Privy Council’s Teina Pora decision, a serial stalker allowed to write to women, Work Safe charges the Ministry of Social Development, NASA balloons over Wanaka.
Tracking rig sharks is proving to be difficult at the best of times for shark researcher Warrick Lyon, let alone when the electronic tags keep getting ‘stolen’ off the sharks.
Claims New Zealand is involved in the mass collection of data across the Pacific, then passing that on to America's NSA have reignited the debate about actions of the GCSB.
Entertaining this weekend? Here's a simple and absolutely foolproof mouth-watering recipe to impress your friends.
The legal team for the convicted double-murderer Scott Watson is gathering a team to research the evidence against him and clear his name.
It could be weeks before a Northland fire spread out over 200 hectares is officially out, the Department of Conservation says.
John Key has dismissed a Green Party complaint over claims of illegal spying as a political stunt. (AUDIO)
Two men have been arrested and charged over the shooting of a police station in American Samoa last November.
A United Nations report on the status of women has found progress on equality over the past 20 years has been painfully slow.
Yesterday's co-leader, golfer Josh Geary, has fallen to second heading into the final round of the NZ PGA Championship in Auckland.
Christchurch's Hagley Park is alive with the sound of kapa haka as the competition heads towards the finals.
Manuka honey producers have commissioned scientists to find a way to protect the multi-million-dollar export business from counterfeiters.
New Zealand takes on Australia on the final day for the country's premier shearing and wool handling event, the Golden Shears, in Masterton.
From our mountain parrot, the kea, to the bush-dwelling pipipi, to the urban house sparrow, a collection of bird stories and songs.
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