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US President Barack Obama has vowed to continue the fight against Islamic State militants after the first American-led air-strikes targeting the group in Syria.
Election 2014 - Labour MPs have emerged from a seven-hour caucus meeting having agreed to review the party's 2014 election campaign - its worst since 1922. (VIDEO)
A woman has a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain after going to help a woman who was having her bag snatched on Auckland's North Shore, police say. (AUDIO)
A couple who say they were targeted in an honour killing after fleeing to marry in New Zealand faced deportation after their application for asylum was turned down.
Documents released under the Official Information Act say there is no reason the Pike River Mine cannot be entered safely. Solid Energy is not yet satisfied it is safe to proceed.
Dairy farmers are waiting to hear what Fonterra will tell them today when it announces its financial results for the past year and its final milk payout for the 2013-14 season.
The US and Arab allies have launched the first air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria, the Pentagon says. The Syrian government was told before the attack. (AUDIO)
Today's meeting between Prime Minister John Key and Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell has been described as "positive". (AUDIO)
Initial inquiries into a house fire in Christchurch which claimed the life of a teenage boy suggest a stove element may have been left on, a Fire Service spokesperson says.
Fiji's Prime Minister is to announce his cabinet today, seven days after his FijiFirst party swept to victory in the first election in eight years.
The Northern Districts cricketers have suffered their first loss at the Champions League Twenty20 tournament in India, going down to the Hobart Hurricanes by 86 runs.
The Waikato DHB's Maori health unit is urging the Government to develop a national plan with compulsory referrals for pregnant smokers to help them quit.
The New Zealand Superannuation Fund is backing a global investment study to better assess the risks and and opportunities associated with climate change.
A new website aims to empower tenants and encourage landlords to repair and maintain their rental properties.
Takurua Tawera works alongside adult male offenders and teaches behavioural and social skills to help them ease back into their communities. He explains his work to Justine Murray.
The founder of the One Percent Collective, Pat Shepherd talks about his little idea that inspired a lot of people.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle is in Auckland at the first Sikh early childhood centre in the country.
A live set from pop folk artist Mahoney Harris with guests Wayne Bell, Diane Swan and Ben King.
Being without Facebook for eight weeks pales into comparison with the fact that China's internet censorship works.
An Australian GP explains how she helps her patients figure out what causes headaches, and how to get rid of them.
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