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Police in Hamilton are trying to find a person they say went into a home and snatched a baby which was asleep in a bedroom, this afternoon.
Forestry's weak safety culture must be changed to stop injuries and save lives, a major review released this morning has found. (AUDIO)
Legal aid has been granted for the convicted rapist and murderer Liam Reid - who is serving a 23-year sentence - for another appeal against his conviction.
An Invercargill school is in lockdown after an armed person wearing a Halloween mask tried to rob the Otatara Dairy, police were looking for the gunman.
A swinging blues number about a woman unable to resist the charms of a 'no-good' man has won the top song-writing prize in New Zealand. (VIDEO)
New Zealand was among a range of countries consulted with on how to deal with so-called legal highs by the United Kingdom Government which is planning to take action.
An Anglican minister says if the church wishes to be respected by Christchurch residents, it needs to rethink its stance on the quake-damaged cathedral.
Power Play with Chris Bramwell - If the National Party had got its way three elections ago, then this year the Maori seats would have been abolished.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has publicly acknowledged his sexuality, saying that he is "proud to be gay", in an announcement to help people struggling with their identity.
Australia and Fiji have jointly announced they will exchange High Commissioners.
New Zealand Cricket says there is no booze ban in place for Jesse Ryder following his recall to international cricket for the New Zealand 'A' tour of the UAE next month.
Young parents-to-be in Hamilton have become the first to attend a new series of parenting courses based on the kaupapa Maori approach.
New Zealand's largest bank, ANZ, has lifted its annual net profit 25 percent, crediting an increased market share, productivity and credit quality.
Cancer survivor Annie Parker and geneticist Dr Mary-Claire King worked together to make one of the most important genetic discoveries of the 20th century.
Vote for your favourite classical music, and we will unveil the best loved orchestral works live at the Auckland Town Hall.
A humane, self resetting animal trap has been controlling pest species along Wellington's South Coast to help protect nesting little penguins.
We think it's important to highlight some of our less appreciated lifeforms – let us know which of them should become the first Spineless Wonder of the Year.
Adultery, prostitution, auto-eroticism and other peccadillos: Professor Lloyd Spencer Davis tells Kim Hill the shocking truth about the sex lives of penguins.
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