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Cricket fans erupted into laughter after a security guard failed to return the ball to an Australian fielder at Adelaide Oval against the Black Caps.
The outspoken US presidential candidate is under fire after appearing to mock a New York Times reporter's movements.
Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc struck with the pink ball as New Zealand reached 80-2 at tea on day one of the inaugural day-night Test.
Australia is bracing for what is forecast to be one of the hottest summers on record.
No follicle target here - New Zealand's team at Scott Base is taking on the "move" challenge.
Mitchell Starc got his man, dismissing Black Caps' danger man Williamson with a beautiful Yorker.
Measures are being taken to curb poor tourist driving as the roads become busier during summer.
"No need to close the road due to flooding, just whip out the kayak," Kinloch Lodge posted on Facebook.
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A tropical cyclone may form by the end of the day.
Gusts up to 144kms whipped the region.
More than $2 million worth of methamphetamine was seized at Auckland International Airport.
A Levin couple say they had added costs due to a bus company's disability services.
Uber teamed up with the SPCA to deliver kittens to offices around Auckland. The results were suitably adorable.
The historic day-night Test match, compete with pink ball, between Australia and New Zealand got underway.
Blazing temperatures across the east coast of the country have fallen just short of record numbers.
Black Caps skipper McCullum has won the coin toss and has elected to bat first in the final Test against Australia.
Jordan Mutton told Seven Sharp tendons, nerves and arteries in his arm were severed.
Cory Joseph Edgecombe Lilley was reportedly swept out to sea yesterday afternoon.
A new ISIS propaganda video claims Islam's enemies will burn when the coalition NZ is part of reaches 80 countries.
Manu Samoa and Northampton Saints centre George Pisi crushed Glasgow's centre Mark Bennett in a European Champions Cup fixture.
Chris Chang impersonated TVNZ's weatherman on a hot day at Auckland's Mission Bay beach.
We'll have live coverage of the event which is expected to be attended by thousands of people.
More than 400,000 postal votes were received by the Electoral Commission in the first four days this week.
Bordeaux got a free kick after the Liverpool keeper held onto the ball for longer than six seconds.
Fire crews attended numerous weather related calls in Otago and Southland overnight.
"It went on for about half an hour," an American man said.
President Obama took part in the bizarre tradition, saving a turkey from becoming a meal.
Rain is helping dampen and cool areas but it isn't enough to get a raging bushfire under control.
Bail has been denied to the man accused of shooting construction worker George Taiaroa at a road site.
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