People run as they follow a wild elephant that strayed into the town of Siliguri in West Bengal state, India.

Elephant rampages in east Indian town, smashing homes

The frightened elephant ran amok, damaging homes and trampling parked cars.

The Subaru logo is displayed on top of the Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012. Fuji Heavy Industries president Yasuyuki Yoshinaga said the Subaru carmaker delayed making a decision on its U.S. capacity expansion as slumping demand in China and Europe gave the company more room to ship vehicles to America. Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Subaru SUV recall after bonnets unexpectedly open while driving

The recall involves Tribecas, which were mostly sold in the US from the 2006-2014 model years.

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Researchers are testing the latest health technology to see which older patients are at risk of overmedication.

Elderly lives could be saved by new drug harm prediction system

Eighty-thousand Kiwis are involved in an Otago University study to reduce over-medication harm.

Massive rent hike fails to dampen enthusiasm of Auckland cookie entrepreneur

Deanna Yang is now selling her treats from a big yellow bus.

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The Government may look at changing the law to stop losses from those betting offshore.

Gambling companies 'don't deliberately market to kids'

Parents are being warned that the growing prevalence of sports betting is distorting the way youngsters view sport.

'A bloody idiot' – man crashes into Auckland laundromat

Police frustrated at the driver who extensively damaged the shop.

Man charged over alleged baby abduction bid at Sydney beach

Lifeguards helped foil the alleged attempted abduction of a seven-week-old baby from his mother.

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At least 10 fatalities in Germany after high speed train crash

Many passengers are injured after two trains collided going around 100km per hour.

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Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders both scored double digit victories over their nearest opponents.

Fiercely proud New Hampshire voters elated to have first US primary election

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders both scored double digit victories over their nearest opponents.

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Gurjinder Singh and lover Amandeep Kaur were today jailed for the horrific murder of Davender Singh.

'Brutal, callous and cruel' - High Court judge describes Papatoetoe murderers

Gurjinder Singh and lover Amandeep Kaur were today jailed for the horrific murder of Davender Singh.

If we are moving in the same direction as the US economically, we are looking at major problems for... - Dita DeBoni

Opinion: A Sanders level of radical thinking needed on our tertiary system

Malakai Fekitoa, All Blacks, Highlanders

'I've got a huge problem with anger': All Black reveals personal demon

The Tongan born star made a highly personal post on social media.

Australia to legalise growing of medicinal marijuana

The bill is guaranteed to become law, with the main opposition party, Labor, immediately pledging support.

We were told if she hadn't responded in seconds that would have been the end of her life - Asenati Vaigafa

'God's blessed our family through him': Parents desperate to find hero who saved drowning Auckland girl

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Police have developed a new pursuit policy which has received Judith Collins’ tick of approval.

Cops and watchdog clash over police pursuits policy

Police say the rules are fine, the IPCA disagrees.

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Twins Stephen and Michael Ratpojanakul had some fun with Stephen's 16-month-old son Reed, who couldn't quite figure out who was who.

Who's your daddy? Twins crack up at baby's adorable confusion

Twins Stephen and Michael Ratpojanakul had some fun with Stephen's 16-month-old son Reed, who couldn't quite figure out who was who.

It's often difficult to monitor each drugs' effectiveness and the ou... - Dr Hamish Jamieson, Otago University researcher

Too many pills pushing NZ's elderly into care prematurely

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Turmoil dogging global financial markets could potentially hit Kiwis in the form of higher interest rates.

Interest rates could go up after global jitters - economist

The dream run is now at risk as foreign lenders look to increase the costs on their lending.

Police watchdog can't probe all complaints of excessive force

The Independent Police Conduct Authority says it doesn't have the resources to investigate every case.

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'It's buoyant and fresh' – century old Wairarapa wine uncorked

The wine is a Lansdowne Claret 1903 and was made by William Beetham and his French wife Hermance.

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Kingston Police in the UK thanked the man after his actions lead to the suspect's arrest.

'Legend': Cops praise quick-thinking bystander for tripping up fleeing suspect

Kingston Police in the UK thanked the man after his actions led to the suspect's arrest.

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Cow pat seized at Auckland Airport

Traveller tries to bring cow pat into NZ

A traveller from Malaysia has declared a cow pat as part of their luggage while trying to come into New Zealand.

Wellington double decker bus

Free taster ride on new double decker bus for Wellingtonians

The capital hopes to have 50 double decker buses on its roads by 2018.

When we look at social media marketing for gambling we see a huge amount of tactics that w... - Professor Samantha Thomas

TAB admits there's no guarantee in keeping youngsters safe from gambling

Swimmers flee after five sharks spotted off Kapiti Coast

"People should stay away out of the sea at this time".

Singing 'Happy Birthday' cannot be fined by Warner/Chappel if it is done at a 'private gathering'.

Happy Birthday song to become copyright free after $14 million lawsuit

Warner/Chappel's settlement means the song would officially be accepted as part of the 'public domain'.

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