00:52
The two 15-year-olds were taking the train home when a group of drunk men dressed in costumes assaulted them.

Two men speaking to police over attack on pair of teenagers on Auckland train

The incident happened on the train from Britomart to Henderson on Saturday.

00:17
Transport Minister Simon Bridges joined the PM in a ribbon cutting ceremony to open the new link.

'So when do the cars come?' - Bill English opens Auckland's $160 million State Highway to airport route

Trips to and from Auckland Airport will be safer and easier now according to Simon Bridges.

00:10
The One Nation party leader wore a burqa in parliament as part of a campaign against it.

'Burqa is not Australian' - Pauline Hanson stands by her burqa stunt following backlash

The One Nation party leader wore a burqa in parliament as part of a campaign against it.

00:28
Details of the incident, which left 21 civilians dead or wounded, were reported in the book Hit and Run.

Details of the incident, which left 21 civilians dead or wounded, were reported in the book Hit and Run.

Lawyers for Afghan villagers file NZ High Court papers seeking inquiry into claims NZ Defence Force bungled mission

00:52
The former Olympic Rowing gold medallist will compete in Bergen next month.

Watch: Hamish Bond practises on picturesque course for Road Cycling World Champs

Bond will race on the Bergen course in the Elite Time Trial next month.

00:50
The PM says he's "very proud" of his Samoan family and the matai title he has in Samoa.

'Are you a chief?' Primary school kids enthralled as Bill English shares anecdote about his Samoan family

The PM says he's "very proud" of his Samoan family and the matai title he has in Samoa.

00:35
The incident started last night and ended today in Kings Crescent.

Woman charged over alleged Lower Hutt hostage drama appears in court

The 25-year-old is charged with threatening to kill and kidnapping.

I would've loved to have grown up in a different life, different scenario. - Malakai Fekitoa

'It was the hardest decision I've ever made' – Malakai Fekitoa on walking away from All Blacks dream

00:38
The road linking central Wellington to Ngaio and Khandallah has been closed by a large landslip.

Wellington's Ngaio Gorge road closed after new landslip

The road into Wellington has suffered a number of landslip in recent weeks.

00:17
Emily Belchos stayed down after this monster hit - it's not hard to see why.

BOOM! Black Ferns enforcer flattens Canadian opposite with 'rib tickling' tackle in dominant WRWC win

Emily Belchos stayed down after this hit from Victoria Subritzky-Nafatali - you can see why.

00:18
Two snake catchers were called to a Gold Coast home to catch the world's second most toxic land animal, an eastern brown snake.

Watch: Mum spots world's second most toxic snake wrapped around child's lego

She thought it was a placid carpet python. When snake catchers arrived they received a shock.

00:32
Sirens ring out after truck ploughed into a crowd in the Spanish city, killing 13.

Death toll in Barcelona van terror attack rises to 16 - report

Two men have been arrested over the attack in the Las Ramblas district.

02:25
He sparked a chorus of condemnation by equating hate groups with counter-protesters.

Trump bemoans removal of Confederate memorials as an attack on US 'history and culture'

The violent rally in Charlottesville has sparked the removal of some memorials.

01:12
Danielle Mackey has been on the waiting list for an implant since 2015.

'How am I ineligible?' Health officials leave 22-year-old in tears after rejecting bid for cochlear implant to save her hearing

Just months away from going deaf, cash-strapped health officials say Danielle MacKay still doesn't qualify for crucial operation.

Kiwi arrested in Arctic drilling protest in Norway

The New Zealand woman was part of 35 activists standing in the way of a oil drilling rig in the Arctic.

02:03
The Olympic rowing legend is aiming for the sky having traded the open water for the open road.

Former Olympic rowing champ Hamish Bond selected to represent NZ at Road Cycling World Championships

"I've always wanted to line up against the best in the world and that's what I’ll get to do."

01:01
Tour guide Alex Jones lives five minutes away from the scene of the attack in Las Ramblas.

Kiwi in Barcelona witnesses aftermath as van ploughs into crowds: 'It was not a pretty scene'

Tour Guide Alex Jones was just about to start a tour when he arrived at the street where the attack unfolded.

New New Zealand 10 dollar and 5 dollar notes and coins.

Kiwi dollar dips as volatile world events dampened risk appetite

The New Zealand dollar has slipped below US73 cents.

01:49
Dozens more were injured in the accident at the historic Las Ramblas district.

ISIS claims responsibility for terror attack in Barcelona that leaves 13 dead and 50 injured

A van slammed into pedestrians in Barcelona's historic Las Ramblas district.

00:18
The Tall Blacks turned clever defence into devastating offence to end the third quarter in the 98-70 win.

Watch: Finn Delany throws down powerful slam dunk, Tall Blacks ease past Jordan to Asia Cup semi-finals

The Tall Blacks turned clever defence into devastating offence to end the third quarter in the 98-70 win.

00:32
Sirens ring out after truck ploughed into a crowd in the Spanish city, killing 13.

Raw video: Chaos in Barcelona as emergency services respond to deadly terror attack

Sirens ring out after truck ploughed into a crowd in the Spanish city, killing 13.

The Anglican Church commissioned the survey, which overwhelmingly showed people want action.

Canterbury quake claimants urged to contact insurer

Residents with an outstanding earthquake claim from 2010 and 2011 have been advised to get clarification.

05:09
The political commentator says polls Greens "don't have the strong brand they thought they had".

'There's a chance Greens might be wiped out this election' after sharp poll fall – Bryce Edwards

The political commentator says polls Greens "don't have the strong brand they thought they had".

Fog blankets Auckland causing flight disruptions and ferry delays

Twenty-five flights have been cancelled due to the fog.

Depression (file picture).

Day of silence for thousands of Kiwi students to send message to bullies

InsideOUT's National Coordinator says discrimination towards rainbow communities is still hugely prevalent in Aotearoa.

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