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The Black Caps have been set a target of 300 plus against England at Lord's Cricket Ground in London. Follow LIVE commentary of the final day's play here.
Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis tried to join the Rebels bikie gang, but was rejected as they saw him as "weird", an inquest has heard.
The Prime Minister is signalling the Government might toughen its approach to foreign fighters as part of its review of the country's spy laws. (AUDIO)
South Canterbury Finance investors who lost millions of dollars have pledged $117,000 dollars to fund a possible civil claim.
New Zealand Post has begun putting their new electric vehicles through their paces in a full operational trial in New Plymouth.
Customs says four tourists have appeared in court after methamphatamine worth $12 million was seized at Auckland airport.
A Northland teacher says the invitation is still open to the Prime Minister to visit her town and see just how hard it is for some families to get ahead.
About 200 friends and family members have attended the blessing of the repaired children's section at the Papakura Cemetery in south Auckland.
Cabinet has approved the return of 10-year passports for adults a decade after five-year passports were introduced to keep up with security technology. (AUDIO)
Terminally ill people with access to assisted dying actually live longer, overseas experts have told a judge considering a Wellington woman's request to die on her terms.
The police have recovered the body of a diver reported overdue in Momorangi Bay, in Queen Charlotte Sound today.
Labour says any changes to laws surrounding foreign fighters' citizenship must be considered very carefully.
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister is calling on Australia to do more about a humanitarian crisis in Myanmar, warning that developing nations like his cannot resettle refugees indefinitely.
A former ambassador to Indonesia has been confirmed as Australia's first anti-terrorism coordinator.
LeBron James was the hero and Australian teammate Matthew Dellavedova a villain in some eyes as the Cleveland Cavaliers won a controversial, overtime thriller against the Atlanta Hawks.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle travels to a small Bay of Plenty school to meet the next generation of global citizens and find out why being multilingual is the way of the future.
From trans-Tasman gardening, growing vegetables in the North of Scotland and dealing with drought in Southern California, hear the story of a travelling gardener.
A recipe for a warming spiced tea from one of the world's authorities on Indian food.
TV3 has pulled the plug on John Campbell's current affairs show. Mediawatch asks the TV3 news chief why, and if serious current affairs can survive.
A DIY team of sea rescuers, with Doctors Without Borders, has launched its second season of relief missions, picking up 1,441 migrants in two weeks.
With some of the catchiest pop songs and a thrilling one-man-band show, U.K. resident Liam Finn returned home for this very special church gig.
Tonga's former Minister of Justice and Attorney General offers reflections on law, democracy, Pacific traditions, and Tongan political culture.
Christchurch is in a unique position to build a city that is accessible to all its citizens, but are developers taking the needs of people with disabilities into consideration?
The ducks that gather en masse whenever bread is thrown out at an urban pond.
Contact Energy has more than $350 million in spare change and will give it all to shareholders, but analysts say the money should be used to lower people's power bills.
A nine-year-old Hawkes Bay boy is in an induced coma after being found unconscious and struggling to breathe at his school.
The ACT Party says it rejected an approach from its former leader Don Brash to have the National MP Maurice Williamson join the party. (AUDIO)
A man who poured petrol on his wife and set her alight has been jailed for 50 years in Papua New Guinea.
Early results from Spain's local and regional elections suggest gains for new anti-corruption movements, at the expense of traditional main parties.
The Black Caps are confident they can chase down a target of 300 plus runs on the final day of the first cricket test against England at Lord's. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Some bach owners in west Auckland say a 'gun is been held to their heads' in a piece of Treaty of Waitangi legislation.
Contact Energy has dropped plans to invest in power stations overseas in favour of paying investors a $367 million special dividend.
From our mountain parrot, the kea, to the bush-dwelling pipipi, to the urban house sparrow, a collection of bird stories and songs.
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