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New Zealand have beaten Pakistan by seven wickets in the first one-day cricket match in Wellington, after being set 211 for victory.
A baby aged 12 weeks, a boy aged 18 months and their parents have been struck by lightning at a polling station on the Gold Coast.
Gareth Morgan says Russel Norman's resignation as co-leader gives an opportunity for the Green Party to reposition itself.
Eleven Christchurch high school students had a lucky escape when their minibus was written off in a crash near Temuka, yesterday.
Police are investigating a serious assault that took place in Queenstown in the early hours of this morning.
A man charged with the murder of an elderly woman in the Taranaki town of Stratford has been remanded in custody until next week.
The Warriors have suffered a shock loss 23-19 loss to the Canberra Raiders in their second game of the National Rugby League Nines event in Auckland.
A Royal New Zealand Air Force Orion today patrolled Fiji's exclusive economic zone (EEZ) for the first time since defence ties were suspended in 2006.
The police are investigating the discovery of human bones found near Port Jackson on the Coromandel Peninsula.
Midwifery training has been criticised by a Coroner in his findings into the death of a mother and her new born child.
Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei says the party has no shortage of high-calibre male candidates from which to pick a replacement for Russel Norman.
Some customers in the Queenstown area remain without power after wild weather overnight.
A category 1 tropical cyclone is moving slowly northwest of New Caledonia but is not expected to reach land.
At least one home has been destroyed by an out-of-control bushfire that continues to threaten lives and homes at Waroona in Western Australia.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has taken the lead at the season-opening LPGA Tour event in Florida with a sizzling seven under par 65 third round.
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