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Three late tries have helped the All Blacks to a thrilling 34-16 win over Wales at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium, New Zealand celebrating Richie McCaw's 100th test as captain in style.
The lawyer for the convicted murderer, Phillip John Smith, says he understands his client has more money available to him than the $10,200 he declared when he fled New Zealand. (VIDEO)
Security experts say it is getting more difficult to counter cyber attacks. Insight talks to security experts, spy agencies and politicians about threats New Zealanders face. (AUDIO)
The head of the largest union affiliated to the Labour Party says delegats were not instructed to support Andrew Little in his successful bid for the party's leadership. (AUDIO)
A 32-year-old man charged with murdering a New Zealander and dismembering his body in North Queensland is due back in court on 17 December.
Consumer New Zealand says there has been huge demand for its 'Do Not Knock' stickers with almost 100,000 already handed out.
Someone from Hamilton has won more than $16 million on the Lotto with the winning ticket being sold at a Countdown supermarket in the city, last night.
Laila Harre has announced she is quitting as the Internet Party leader and will step down next month. She has revealed she tried to stop Kim Dotcom from forming the Internet Party.
A 6.8 magnitude earthquake has jolted central Japan, trapping at least twenty people when their homes collapsed in the village of Hakuba.
The Commonwealth Observer Group monitoring the Solomon Islands election says significant impediments remain to women successfully standing for election in the country.
The All Blacks lock Brodie Retallick has been named the World Rugby Player of the Year by an independent panel, the fourth player from New Zealand to win the prestigious...
A Taranaki polytechnic wants to talk to every student who enrolled in its failed Maori performing arts course so it can work out how to help them.
Millions of dollars of deals in dairying, telecommunications and food research have been announced during the Chinese President Xi Jingping's visit to New Zealand.
The history of Fletcher Construction is also a history of New Zealand's industrial and infrastructural development, including housing, paper, steel, and electricity manufacturing.
Mac Armstrong is a seven-time winner of the annual Invercargill to Auckland pigeon race, covering a distance of over 1,200 kilometres - as the pigeon flies.
New Zealand actors give their own interpretations of a number of Shakespearean Monologues.
Visual displays, such as Google Glass can provide information in search and rescue, law enforcement, or firefighting operations, but how will they influence performance?
Dr Chris Smith from the Naked Scientists talks to Simon Morton about how bacteria plays a crucial role in the formation of the nervous system.
It is 112 years since the SS Ventnor sank off the coast of New Zealand, and it has finally be found. Crew and 499 coffins carrying the remains of Chinese gold miners were lost.
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