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Political parties opposed to Frank Bainimarama say they will not accept the results of the election as provisional tally gives the leader a massive 60 percent of the vote.
Election 2014 - Support for National and the Greens has slipped, while support for New Zealand First has increased according to the latest One News Colmar Brunton poll out this evening.
People in Scotland have begun voting on whether the country should stay in the UK or become an independent nation with a historically high turnout expected from voters.
A man has appeared in a Sydney court charged with conspiracy to prepare for a terrorist attack on Australian soil, after a counter-terrorism operation in Sydney and Brisbane.
The people of Ngāti Porou are mourning the death of nationally respected cultural adviser Amster Reedy, who shared his knowledge with everyone from school children to top athletes.
A racing judicial committee has found a jockey guilty of betting on a rival horse and then deliberately riding to ensure his bets were successful.
The US House of Representatives has approved President Barack Obama's plan to arm and train Syrian rebels as part of a planned war against Islamic State.
Conservative Party leader Colin Craig says he has no idea why his press secretary has suddenly resigned, just days out from the general election. (AUDIO)
Flood-prone residents in Christchurch are claiming a small victory after getting a high court case about the risk to their land shifted from Wellington to Christchurch.
Five political parties in Fiji have called on election authorities to suspend all counting and verification of provisional results, saying they will not accept the results of Wednesday's poll.
The World Cup-winning coach Graham Henry has suggested it wouldn't hurt the All Blacks if they lose a game before they defend the Webb Ellis trophy next year in England.
A kaupapa Māori drug rehabilitation programme wants money seized from criminals to be put back into all community groups, not only Government agencies.
US Federal Reserve chairperson Janet Yellen has refused to say when it will begin raising interest rates again after it completes the wind-down of its money-printing programme in October.
Professor Margaret Lock discusses the changing understanding of the causes of Alzheimer's and dementia.
Curtains – they’re something that many of us take for granted. If you have them, you probably haven’t considered what it’s like to not have them.
Nick Atkinson introduces the five finalists for this year's Silver Scroll award.
Athlete and trainer Bevan Eyles has concluded it is all about a person's behaviour and figuring out what works for them.
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