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The one-year-old was found in unresponsive in a pond shortly after police were called to search for the missing baby.
Jack Tame is in New Hampshire for the first primary of the US presidential election.
Forlongs is considering closing its doors, which would have a "significant impact" on the local community.
Turkey is resisting calls to let in more refugees as the border remains closed and conditions worsen.
Police say two trains were involved in the crash near Bad Aibling, in Bavaria.
Online watchdog Netsafe handled 60 cases last year involving sexual messages or explicit photos.
Cindy Gallop warns Kiwi parents to not get embarrassed, and says kids need to be the source of correct information.
Morgan has offered to pay the difference to help buy the Abel Tasman beach.
Kat's been told she has just weeks to live because of an aggressive form of melanoma.
The week long tour has begun for these posties delivering their message on prostate cancer.
Police say Ihaka Paul pulled a gun on a man and officers today.
The pop queen has copped a lot of criticism for the message about racial injustice in the US in her halftime show.
The 6000 page text was delivered to Parliament today.
The dogs appeared anxious as they were being taken from Whangarei woman Anne Power's property.
Dr Gerry McSweeny says the $2 million price tag for the piece of Abel Tasman National Park is too high.
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Controversy was never far away from the Black Caps' departing skipper, writes Josh Reich.
Highly publicised visa issues delay Hurrell's arrival in Australia by all of 18 hours.
"The NZ public has been had, and a huge mirage has been produced which was maintained by a code of silence."
Ann Power has a long history of animal abuse and neglect.
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Australia's cricketers and media have not gone quietly after last night's Chappell-Hadlee loss.
The victim was left bleeding from her head.
A 363kg black marlin has been called the catch of a lifetime.
The man's wife says there was nothing untoward in his actions.
The 2010 meal showed no apparent signs of rotting, mould, or decomposition.
The captain of the Royal Caribbean cruise ship admits it has been his most challenging day at sea.
Marshall admits Dragons probably won't offer him a new contract after 2016.
The video of hundreds of chickens enjoying the free-range lifestyle has already had over a million views.
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