World headlines with summaries.
Brexit - The six founding members of the European Union are meeting in response to Britain's vote to leave the bloc.
Brexit - Young people in the UK have turned to social media to vent their anger and despair at a vote they see as cutting them off from Europe.
Brexit - A second independence referendum is "highly likely" in Scotland after the UK voted to leave the European Union, Scotland's first minister says.
Kiwi comedian John Clarke says the Australian election campaign is 'a testament to disaffection' and he can't wait for it to be over. (AUDIO)
Brexit: The UK has voted to quit the European Union, so how did the Leave campaign win? Eight key reasons are behind the victory.
OPINION - The comedown from an explosive event like the UK's vote to exit the European Union, and the effect on NZ, will take some time to emerge, writes Rob Hosking.
Brexit - EU leaders have insisted that the UK must move swiftly to negotiate leaving the organisation, saying any delay would prolong uncertainty.
At least 20 people, including an eight-year-old boy and a toddler, have died in flooding in West Virginia, according to the state governor.
Brexit - British Prime Minister David Cameron has said he will resign, following the UK's historic vote to leave the European Union yesterday. (VIDEO)
Brexit - Global financial markets are erratic, with the pound hitting a 31-year low in its biggest fall on record. (AUDIO)
Brexit - As 'leave' vote wins, what will happen next in Britain's relations with the European Union?
OPINION: Fears over immigration and anger over economic inequality have driven a slim majority of British to vote to leave the EU, writes Rod Oram.
Brexit - Britain's media react to what The Sun suggests is a "massive popular uprising against London elites".
As the vote to leave the EU filtered through Britain, it took most British politicians a long time to speak - or tweet. Megan Whelan rounds up the reactions.
Brexit - Look back at RNZ's live coverage of the UK's historic vote to leave the EU, with 'leave' winning by 52% to 48%. (COMMENTS)
Damaged flight recorders from the EgyptAir plane that crashed between Paris and Cairo are being sent to France for repairs.
Baltimore police officer Caesar Goodson has been found not guilty of the murder of black detainee Freddie Gray.
A masked man who reportedly fired shots in a cinema complex in western Germany has been shot dead by police.
Barack Obama has suffered a setback in his plan to spare millions of people living illegally in the US from deportation after the Supreme Court blocked his reforms.
Hours after US Democrats ended a sit-in at Congress, supporters of gun control have failed to win enough backing in the Senate for firearms legislation.