'Crikey, what's that?' Queenslanders puzzled by earthquake

Southeast Queensland was rocked today by a magnitude-5.3 earthquake.

'Boo or chant whoever's name they want' - Shane Warne joins Adam Goodes debate

The Sydney Swans' star is on indefinite leave due to constant crowd booing.


Possible discovery of MH370 debris just a piece of the puzzle, expert says

The aviation commentator says it will be a breadcrumb towards the trail leading back to what happened.

Fake website targets Immigration New Zealand customers

INZ says the website and the forms can look very convincing.


Baby Leo's dad accused of violently attacking former trustee in spending dispute

The Leo Forrest Trust was set up to help his Down syndrome son.


Surgical bus given three-year contract extension to keep treating rural Kiwis

The mobile operating theatre has operated on nearly 20,000 New Zealanders in rural communities.


Surprise gorillas capture hearts in frosty Christchurch

Ranging in age from six to 12 years, the gorillas were “quietly” brought into the country in mid-June.


Tauranga's new toll road questioned after $450 million price tag

The 21km tollway bypasses Te Puke, and costs $2 for cars and $5 for trucks.

Sunday games feature heavily in Breakers' schedule

The Breakers will play five of their 13 home games on a Sunday.


Breaking Bad of the internet: Wellington students create drug dealing website

The Wellington students told ONE News they are terrified of being caught.


Live stream: ONE News at Six

The ONE News at Six bulletin, live streamed 7 days a week.

Landslides bury Nepal villages, killing at least 15 people

The landslides were triggered by heavy rain which washed away bridges.

No mercy: Man hanged over 1993 Mumbai blasts

Yakub Abdul Razak Memon, 53, was executed inside a prison in western India.


Russia's veto of MH17 tribunal shows 'fatal flaw' in UN Security Council - Key

Russia used its veto on the Council to block a push for a UN backed tribunal into the shooting down of MH17.


Mick Fanning spots fin first time back surfing

The champion Aussie surfer says he saw a "fin" on his return to the sea after his first shark attack.

There was still some hope that maybe the hijack stories are true - Sara Weeks

Possible discovery of MH370 debris just a piece of the puzzle, expert says

Large rock on highway may have caused Karangahake Gorge crash

“It appears the man driving the Commodore may not have seen the boulder, "Inspector Freda Grace says.

Taranaki fishing trip ends in tragedy

Police are saying this is a stark reminder of the important of wearing life jackets.

Record 15 new names join New Zealand's rich list worth more than $55 billion

Former Team NZ skipper Sir Russell Coutts is one of the big movers, while the country's richest man added $2 billion to his wealth.

Police seize over a kilo of methamphetamine

A sawn-off shotgun and cash were also seized in the Napier Warehouse carpark bust.


Bride tells trolls to 'lighten up' at toddler being dropped at her wedding

A much anticipated bouquet toss at this Wairarapa wedding had unintended consequences.

Sir John Todd, one of NZ's richest men, dies aged 88

Sir John's business empire is worth about $3 billion.


French football great Zinedine Zidane scores brilliant rugby try

The World Cup winner showed some deft footwork as he scored a try against Toulon in a charity match.


Boy becomes world’s youngest recipient of a double hand transplant

Zion Harvey’s operation is a medical breakthrough and a huge step forward in transplants.


Canterbury police launch investigation into racial abuse of rugby player

"I urge anyone responsible to show some moral courage," said the officer hunting those who abused Sake Aca.

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