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The Prime Minister had the substance poured over him by unknown men, who then fled the scene with police chasing them.

John Key glitter-bombed, booed off stage at Big Gay Out

Mr Key was making his annual visit to the event, where in the past he has received a generally positive reception.

01:32
It wasn’t a pretty way to reach the milestone, but Latham’s patience has been rewarded with 50 off 113 balls.

Live: Latham's patient fifty marred by early Williamson dismissal

New Zealand has bowled Australia out today but the visitors have a healthy lead in the Test.

A fire truck at Green Bay High School.

Scrub fire sets house alight in South Auckland

The fire threatened multiple houses in the Otahuhu area and several fire crews were brought in to protect them.

01:40
Two fire crews are currently attending the fire which is visible from the Basin Reserve

Fire breaks out on Wellington's Mt Victoria as cricket crowd looks on

Fourteen engines attended the pine tree fire, which took hold just before 2.30pm.

00:57
The Black Caps bowler dismissed Peter Siddle and then Josh Hazlewood.

Black Caps chip into Australia's massive lead

There's still along way to reach Australia's first total of 562, but patience after Guptill's aggressive tenure will be key for the hosts.

00:36
Liquefaction is subsiding quickly in areas around Christchurch, including Pines Beach and Bexley.

Minor post-quake liquefaction hits Christchurch

Liquefaction is subsiding quickly in areas around Christchurch, including Pines Beach and Bexley.

01:44
Ko shot a 5 under par 67 to take the lead at day's end, but her day could've been even better.

Lydia Ko not shaken in final round despite Christchurch quake

The quake struck 15 minutes before she was set to tee off, but Ko started her final round in confident fashion regardless.

00:20
GeoNet has described the earthquake as “severe”, at a depth of 31km and located 15km east of the city.

WATCH: Cars, homes shake as 5.7 quake rocks Christchurch

GeoNet has described the earthquake as “severe”, at a depth of 31km and located 15km east of the city.

00:13
Cantabrians are reeling from a severe earthquake that struck this afternoon at a depth of 31km.

Magnitude 5.7 quake shakes water out of Christchurch pool

People have been quick to post footage of the effects of today's frightening shake.

00:09
Christchurch has been hit by a magnitude 5.9 earthquake, at a depth of 31km and located 15km east of the city.

Cantabrians gather in supermarket car park after 'severe' quake

Christchurch has been hit by a magnitude 5.7 earthquake.

Shekinah Relies-Skipper who was last seen in a car in Burns Ave, Palmerston North

Details on Palmerston North child abductor released

Police have released a description of the man who snatched a five-year-old girl off the street on Friday morning.

00:40
Nathan Lyon was the unlucky Australian who was dismissed by the Black Caps bowler.

'Put him in the circus' – Corey Anderson takes acrobatic caught and bowled

Nathan Lyon was the unlucky Australian who was dismissed by the Black Caps bowler.

FILE - In this Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2007 file photo, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia smiles during his introduction at the Intercontinental Hotel in Cleveland, as part of a Cleveland Clinic speakers series. On Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016, the U.S. Marshals Service confirmed that Scalia has died at the age of 79. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

Controversial US Supreme Court judge Antonin Scalia dies

Scalia, aged 79 was found dead after he didn't appear for breakfast.

00:47
At least three people have died and 100 were injured in the massive pileup.

At least three people have died and 100 were injured in the massive pileup.

Three deaths confirmed after 50 car pileup in Pennsylvania

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The man was rescued after his companion managed to reach shore and raise the alarm.

Man clinging to petrol can survives seven hours in water off Waihi

After their boat capsized off Waihi last night, one man swam to shore and the other clung to a 20 litre petrol can.

00:25
Maria Hall spent eight years at the secretive Palmarian Catholic Church in Spain.

'I was brainwashed' - ex-nun slams religion

Maria Hall says she spent eight years living in austerity and poverty.

00:42
Radradra's World All Stars went on the beat the Indigenous All Stars 12-8.

Semi Radradra crosses in the corner for 'magical' sideline-to-sideline try

Radradra's World All Stars went on the beat the Indigenous All Stars 12-8.

Emergency personnel work at the scene of a fatal crash near Fredericksburg, Pa., Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016. The pileup left tractor-trailers, box trucks and cars tangled together across several lanes of traffic and into the snow-covered median. (Daniel Zampogna/PennLive.com via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT; MAGS OUT

Three deaths confirmed after 50 car pileup in Pennsylvania

At least 100 people have been injured in the massive smash.

00:07
‘Ginger Rogers’ was living at a Florida animal shelter until video of her ‘dancing’ went viral.

'Dancing' dog wins hearts and a new home after moves go viral

'Ginger Rogers' became an instant hit after the shelter posted his routine online.

'Rest easy you beautiful mummy' - tributes flow for pregnant mother killed in car crash

Emily Hurley was close to giving birth to her second child when she died in a car crash early yesterday.

02:35
The World side came out on top at Suncorp Stadium in from of 37,000 fans.

Greg Inglis leads fearsome Indigenous All Stars in war cry against World All Stars

The World side came out on top at Suncorp Stadium in front of 37,000 fans.

00:41
The converted try with 10 minutes to go gave the French a 10-9 Six Nations victory.

France knocks out Ireland's Six Nations hopes with gritty 10-9 win

France had not beaten Ireland since a warm-up for the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

00:31
The wild Asian elephant, named Zhusunya, had been displaying ‘erratic temperament’ after missing out on attention from a potential male suitor.

Heartbroken Asian elephant takes frustration out on tourists' cars

Zhusunya had been left with an "erratic temperament" since her rejection.

01:12
The Warrior was part of the World All Stars team who beat the Indigenous All Stars.

Konrad Hurrell muscles over for a try, then calls it from the sideline

The Warrior was part of the World All Stars team who beat the Indigenous All Stars.

00:31
There were at least three explosions at the Abu Dhabi Plaza, an 88-floor tower in Astana.

Huge blaze engulfs building under construction in Kazakh capital

There were at least three explosions at the Abu Dhabi Plaza, an 88-floor tower in Astana.

02:59
The young girl was taken while walking to school.

Abduction 'extremely rare' but police urge parents to talk to children about safety

Caregivers are urged to talk to children about recognising undesirable behaviour.

04:37
The ONE News team brings you the latest weather update.

Ideal weather for a Valentine's Day picnic

Summery weather across most of the country should help keep romance alive.

02:02
Sam Clark was the overall winner. but Steve Gurney's troop of young men did themselves proud with their efforts also.

Young athletes conquer Coast to Coast

Sam Clark was the overall winner. but Steve Gurney's troop of young men did themselves proud with their efforts also.

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