Solid Energy is 'in a precarious position' - John Key

The state-owned coal mining company is crippled by debts of more than $300 million

Trio in court over death of Lower Hutt man

Matthew Stevens' body was found beside his car on the Paekakariki Hill Rd, on the Kapiti Coast.

Greek stock market bloodbath as exchange reopens

Greece's top companies lost billions in market value in a matter of minutes overnight.

'No one is being compromised out there' - Kiwis help Canadians fight wildfires

Canada is experiencing one of its busiest wildfire seasons in recent history.


Cranes topple on homes in Netherlands trapping one person, injuring dozens

Two cranes restoring a bride in a central Dutch city have flattened apartments and small shops.


'You succumbed to temptation' - British trader jailed for 14 years over interest rate rigging

A judge didn't hold back when telling Tom Hayes what he thought of him.

One dead in Invercargill smash

The crash happened near Invercargill Airport at 7.45pm yesterday.

Calling split a 'Conscious Uncoupling' wasn't my idea says Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow blames her editorial director for coining the bizarre phrase.


'If you move you're shot'- meet the James Bond of animal rescues

South African-born Kiwi Anton Leach recently rescued some lion cubs being used as pets in Gaza.

Tall Blacks bounce back against Venezuela

The Tall Blacks got their Stankovic Cup campaign underway with a win against a determined Venezuelan side.

Amnesty marks New Zealand down on UN performance on human rights

Amnesty International says NZ has failed to protect civilians in conflict, Syrian refugees and women's rights.

Joseph Parker to take on Shane Cameron's destroyer

Joseph Parker and Super 8 champion Kali Meehan have agreeed terms to fight over 12 rounds.

Police gravely concerned for teen 'held against her will'

LA Tukerangi , 15, was last seen with 36-year-old Dean Whakatau in Rotorua on Sunday.

We can't condemn our kids and grandkids to a planet that's beyond fixable - President Barack Obama

Obama's big climate change memo to America: This isn't opinion, it's fact

Certainly some of our athletes from time to time have abnormal results. - Graeme Steel, Drug Free Sport NZ

'Naive' to think all Kiwi athletes clean - doping watchdog


Mike’s view: Bad owners and bad dogs responsible attacks

The question we should be asking is how many kids do we want maimed so people can be bad owners of bad dogs?


Toni’s view: Shout out to hero cop who delivered baby on motorway

Errol Diprose delivered 19-yer-old Shanelle Curtis’ baby on the side of Auckland’s southern motorway.


A Kiwi’s quest to save lion cub ‘pets’ from Gaza

Anton Leach is a man on a mission to make a difference, ready to jet off on a moment’s notice to help his furry friends.


Taking on domestic violence ‘one bite at a time’

You don’t have to be an expert to figure out what we’re doing isn’t working, but there is hope for new laws being unveiled on Wednesday.


Connor Morris killed in single blow with sickle, alleges Crown

Man accused of killing Connor Morris was protecting his younger brother, court told


'Naive' to think all Kiwi athletes clean - doping watchdog

Drug Free Sport NZ says some of our athletes sometimes return abnormal test results.

Baby Ayla will visit the Collins family in New Zealand in the "not too distant future".

'It's possible that some of those disabilities will be overcome' - Baby Ayla's grandparents

Daniel Faitaua

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Cecil the lion features in stunning Empire State building display

The beloved lion and other endangered animals have been honoured in a stunning NY light show.


Obama's big climate change memo to America: This isn't opinion, it's fact

The United States President will release the final version of America's Clean Power Plan tomorrow.

The courage she displayed is a courage we would hope a prime minister would display - Maori Language Commission

John Key: I am perplexed by this story about Maori Language Month question


'He didn't look like a criminal' - liquor store owner shocked friendly robber shot dead

Slovak David Cerven pointed a knife at Deborah Wang's waist and said 'open the till'.


Back in the Day: Auckland’s Sky Tower officially opens

In 1997 eager Aucklanders lined up to be the first members of the public to view their city from the newly constructed Sky Tower.


All Black veteran Dan Carter ready for showdown against 'in-form Aussie side'

The All Blacks are expecting a bruising encounter against the in-form Wallabies side this Saturday in Sydney.


Courtroom gasps at large sickle allegedly used to murder Connor Morris

Man accused of killing Connor Morris was protecting his younger brother, court told

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