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A teenager who was 15 years old when he murdered and sexually violated an Ashburton mother has been jailed for life. Bronson Kelekelio will serve at least 14-and-a-half years.
A teenager has been found guilty of murdering a homeless man in an alleyway off Queen Street in central Auckland. Steven Ray Churchis collapsed when the verdict was delivered.
A Tauranga man threatened by a gunman in the city on Wednesday night handed over his car keys before "he went his way, I went the opposite way". The gunman also fired at police. (AUDIO)
Instructions to spectators at the Hampden Park athletics stadium in Glasgow are either to "Gie it laldie", or to "Hod your wheest" ... and then there's the "Weegie Wave".
The industry organisation representing dairy farmers says their incomes are estimated to drop by a total of $1.8 billion following a drop in Fonterra's milk price forecast from $7 to $6 per kilo of milk solids.
The National Business Review's Rich List shows packing entrepreneur Graeme Hart is again New Zealand's richest person. It lists his empire as being worth $7 billion.
The United States and the United Nations have condemned the shelling of a school housing displaced civilians in Gaza. The UN chief described it as "outrageous" and "shameful."
The Earthquake Commission has settled 85 percent of Canterbury building claims and paid $6.8 billion in settlements, it says. All up, 143,900 claims have been resolved.
Transparency International says the rule of law must be upheld in Papua New Guinea where a corruption case continues to cause uncertainty over the Prime Minister's office.
Eight of the country's top fencers sweat their way through a gruelling six hour event to see who can erect the strongest, straightest and tidiest fence.
David Steemson drops in on Eric Von Hurst, one of only two certified kilt makers in New Zealand.
In recognition of New Zealand's first Loss and Grief Awareness Week, David Steemson visited the Grief Support and Educational Trust in Birkenhead and meets trustee Mark Ebery.
Heather Hapeta’s 50th birthday present to herself is a backpack, a youth hostel card, an 'around-the-world' air ticket, and enough money for a year of budget travel.
Movie-makers and actors, videos and ephemera related to the NZ International Film Festival 2014.
Journalist and writer Ramita Navai returned to the city of her birth to look at the lives of the people there.
Tiaho Trust celebrates the contributions people with disabilites make to society and is promoting Northland as an accessible tourism destination.
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