Latest Bulletin: 6 am Sunday 11 October
Tony Woodcock's Test career is over after the All Blacks confirmed a hamstring injury has ruled their most-capped prop out of the World Cup.
Two explosions at a peace rally in the Turkish capital Ankara have killed at least 30 people, the interior ministry says. Another 126 have been injured.
Police say a post-mortem has revealed the 10-year-old Levin boy Alex Fisher suffered head trauma.
A New Zealand-led multinational taskforce has handed over a new fuel depot and refurbished facilities such as schools and a hospital in a Cook Islands atoll.
The President of the Council of Trade Unions, Helen Kelly, has admitted using cannabis to help cope with the side effects of lung cancer.
Australian immigration minister Peter Dutton denies the New Zealand government is being kept in the dark about people being held on Christmas Island.
North Korea is holding a massive military parade marking the 70th anniversary of its ruling Workers' Party.
Vanuatu's Supreme Court has found the country's deputy prime minister and 13 other government MPs guilty of bribery charges.
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The New Zealand dollar has hit a near two-month high overnight, touching 67 US cents. So far this month, it has risen more than 4 percent.
Silver Fern Farms has challenged an alternative proposal to its deal with China's largest meat processor, Shanghai Maling, calling it a mystery and urging shareholders to ignore it.
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