Man once caught with condom full of cocaine down undies in court again, cops can't find $150k of missing drugs

As much as 35 kilos of Columbian cocaine may have been shipped into NZ. But where is it?

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Grinder Graeme Spence is one very, very lucky guy.

Watch: Raw footage shows Oracle sailor almost sliced in half at high speed in heart-stopping overboard plunge

Grinder Graeme Spence is one very, very lucky guy, as this astonishing footage proves.

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This was the last thing Spurs needed in the Europa League clash away to FC Gent.

Moment of madness: Tottenham's young England star Dele Alli dumps his side in it with red card tackle shocker

This was the last thing Spurs needed in their Europa League clash at home to FC Gent.

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Young Matt Renshaw had to retire on day one against India in Pune.

Watch: Gutless - or needs must? Aussie Test batsman's mad mid-innings toilet sprint leaves Border, Steve Smith fuming

Matt Renshaw admitted his skipper was none too pleased when he rushed off 'retired hurt', straight after a lost wicket.

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The protesters ceremonially burned their living structures after they were ordered to close their camp for fear of spring flooding.

Dakota Access oil pipeline camp cleared of protesters

It took three and a half hours for 220 officers and 18 National Guardsmen to clear the camp.

Experts say restrictions on the amount banks can lend are kicking in and slowing down the hot housing market.

New Plymouth's mayor says baby boomers the 'most selfish generation we've known'

Neil Holdom said they will be the first generation to be richer than their kids.

Scott Kuggeleijn

Northern Districts cricketer Scott Kuggeleijn found not guilty of rape

Kuggeleijn denied the allegation, with his first trial last August ending with a hung jury.

Cyclist Craig Harper

Cyclist nears end of record-breaking ride from Cape Reinga to Bluff

Craig Harper is riding the length of New Zealand to raise money for charity.

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Guess who’s on the line? JJ & Dom couldn’t believe this one. And Reece Witherspoon was super sweet.

Watch: Playful Reese Witherspoon randomly calls NZ radio station to gush over awesome NZ - ' I can't stop taking pictures'

Guess who? Watch the moment JJ & Dom can't believe their surprise caller. But Reese Witherspoon was super sweet.

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

Kiwi up as Trump expectations fade

The New Zealand dollar has risen as traders start to think US President Donald Trump's reform promises won't be so immediate.

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The fifty-ninth Grammys were all about two megastars: Adele and Beyonce.

Pregnant Beyonce cancels Coachella performance - but promises to return

Queen B has pulled out of the festival, but has said she will perform in 2018.

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The superstar architect tells Jack and Hilary about his Kiwi visit and why tiny houses make sense.

'Give me residency, I'll move over! - Amazing Spaces star George Clarke can't get enough of New Zealand

The star architect tells Jack and Hilary about his NZ visit and why tiny houses make sense.

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Rural fire officer Rob Hands gave the Crusaders some advice as coach Scott Robertson donated 400 match tickets to Christchurch firefighters who battled Port Hills blaze.

'Don't take any **** from those Aussies' – fire chief pumps up Crusaders ahead of Brumbies opener

Rural fire officer Rob Hands gave the Crusaders some advice as coach Scott Robertson donated 400 match tickets to Christchurch firefighters who battled Port Hills blaze.

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2xu co-founder Jamie Hunt says they worked frantically to ensure West had their products for his New York fashion show.

'Kanye West loves your brand' – the Kiwi clothing company fitting out one of music's biggest stars

2xu co-founder Jamie Hunt says they worked frantically to ensure West had their products for his New York fashion show.

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ITV News' Damon Green was given every reporter's worst assignment – a live cross outside in the middle of a massive storm.

Watch: Reporter struggles to stand up straight as gusting winds nearly knock him off his feet

Woman killed by flying debris as Storm Doris batters Britain

Claudio Ranieri

Leicester City sack manager Claudio Ranieri - eight months after historic EPL title

Leicester have struggled in the Premier League this season, sitting just one point above the relegation zone.

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A thousand Kiwi cyclists turned up to ride alongside Armstrong, who inevitably fielded questions about his chequered past.

November court date set for Lance Armstrong's $138 million legal battle

The government wants Armstrong to pay back the $44 million the US Postal Service paid his team for sponsorship.

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The right landing gear of the Flybe plane, which had 59 people on board, failed during landing at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport.

Watch: Plane slumped on tarmac after landing gear collapses on landing

The heavy landing came as powerful winds battered the Netherlands.

Child in serious condition after Bay of Plenty crash

A truck has collided with a ute in Waihi.

The US President is adamant the block will be overturned and an appeal has already been lodged.

US Homeland Security Secretary says no use of military to enforce immigration

John Kelly says there will be "no mass deportations" of immigrants.

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Long Bay College principal Russell Brooke inspects the scene after a fire hit a classroom block overnight.

Long Bay College principal Russell Brooke inspects the scene after a fire hit a classroom block overnight.

Auckland college blaze not suspicious

FILE - This is a March 2. 2016  file photo of an exterior view of the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, the secure seed bank on Svalbard, Norway. Nearly 10 years after a "doomsday" seed vault opened on an Arctic island off Norway, some 50,000 new samples from seed collections ranging from India, the Middle East, northern Africa and Europe to the U.S. and Mexico, have been deposited in the world’s largest repository, built to safeguard against wars or natural disasters wiping out global food crops. (Heiko Junge/ NTB scanpix, File  via AP)

Arctic 'doomsday' seed vault receives 50,000 new samples from around the world

The vault was built to protect global food crops from being wiped out by wars or natural disasters.

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Scott Robertson and his side gave 400 tickets to the brave firefighters who battled the blaze in the Port Hills.

Watch: Coach turns reporter as Crusaders give back to Christchurch's heroic firefighters ahead of Super Rugby opener

Scott Robertson and his side gave 400 tickets to the firefighters who battled the Port Hills blaze.

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Pity anyone landing or taking off from Manchester during today's storm, which saw winds nearly reach 150km/h.

Watch: White-knuckle rides for passengers as high winds slam into planes at Manchester Airport

Pity anyone landing or taking off from Manchester during today's storm, which saw winds nearly reach 150km/h.

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