00:59
It's not every day Brendon McCullum plays support, but with his Rangpur Riders partner in such destructive form, he obliged.

Watch: Chris Gayle goes on unstoppable rampage at the crease, hits record-breaking 18 sixes in unbelievable BPL Final performance

Brendon McCullum doesn't usually play support, but with Gayle in such destructive form, he obliged.

03:58
Chief executive Shaun Robinson spoke about the rise in Kiwis seeking help for mental health issues.

Action needed now over mental health system 'without a rudder, running out of gas'

Mental health foundation's CEO says "we need to concentrate on how to keep people well".

01:51
The main link between the Manawatu and Hawke's Bay has been closed since April.

Manawatu Gorge plans deferred after NZTA says they need more work

A shortlist of four options to replace it was unveiled in October.

00:10
The worst affected area is near the city of Parma.

Watch: Aerial footage shows burst river banks, widespread flooding in Italy

Heavy rain and snow fall has hampered travel in northern parts of the country.

02:23
Lawyers say the Environment Court got it wrong and are worried about wider implications.

Oil spill compensation polluters liable to pay more than triples under Bill

The Maritime Transport Amendment Bill passed its third reading unanimously.

01:22
Support for Labour is roughly static after the election, while other new governments have experienced significant jumps in support.

Halfway point in government's 100 day plan sees PM pleased with progress

"I'm pleased with the significant progress we've made to date."

00:17
The former heavyweight champion was charged for using a banned steriod which he said came from eating uncastrated wild boar.

Tyson Fury cleared to return to boxing after accepting backdated two-year doping ban

The former heavyweight champion was charged for using a banned steriod which he said came from eating uncastrated wild boar.

Conservative Party leader Leighton Baker.

Conservative Party to be re-named

The party, formerly led by Colin Craig, received just 0.2 per cent of the vote in September's election.

00:22
The move by the Crown Prince is part of a campaign to transform society.

Saudi Arabia to open movie theatres for first time in more than 35 years

They were shut down during a wave of ultra-conservatism during the 1980s.

Oscar Pistorius bruised in jail fight over use of telephone

Pistorius sustained a minor injury in an alleged assault at the Attridgevill Correctional Centre last week.

00:25
The charity estimates it's providing meals for 30,000 children a week.

Labour and National argue over who's responsible for Kidscan funding troubles

Executive Julie Chapman was told a week ago funding would end in July.

02:06
Raelene Castle has been appointed CEO of the Australian Rugby Union.

'It's been a very big year' - Raelene Castle ready to get to work as Australian Rugby CEO

The Kiwi wants to make rugby Australia's most popular football code.

02:18
It's putting pressure on the new Tourism Minister to act quickly on a promise to introduce a tourist tax.

Tourist tax incoming amid warnings councils need urgent help

A tourism leader says NZ will suffer if a lack of investment reduces the visitor experience.

02:03
Health experts warn that people will die if they don't know exactly what they're taking.

Deadly drug reaches NZ, spurs calls for legal recreational testing

The Drug Foundation says a law change is needed so a community group can legally test drugs.

Tim Southee and Trent Boult during their last wicket partnership.

Kane Williamson credits 'crucial' Boult-Southee batting partnership after Windies win

The two bowlers added 61 runs for the final first-innings wicket in Hamilton.

01:52
Akayed Ullah  is in custody after detonating the device during morning rush hour.

New York City subway bomb suspect charged

The bomber strapped on a crude pipe bomb with Velcro and plastic ties.

The move is likely to inflame passions in the volatile region.

Trump says accusations of sexual misconduct 'fabricated'

Three women who previously accused the US President of sexual harassment have shared their stories.

01:10
'Sharks don’t eat people for a living' - Shark expert says great white shark footage shows how intelligent they are

Shark biologist Riley Elliot says the shark was just reminding the diver who the apex predator is.

Great white shark video shows that 'sharks don't eat people for a living', expert says

02:11
Education Minister Chris Hipkins says reading and maths skills have fallen since they were introduced, but National says confusion will reign.

Education Minister Chris Hipkins says reading and maths skills have fallen since they were introduced, but National says confusion will reign.

Government to scrap controversial and 'too narrow' National Standards in schools

03:11
Rachel Buck has had personal struggles, and seen her whanau caught up in the meth epidemic.

'I call them the devil's tears' – meet the grandmother once addicted to P who's opened her own meth-help centre

Rachel Buck has established a P Pull support centre in Palmerston North with two of her friends.

03:38
Walliams is a swimmer, world record holder, author, talent show judge and funny man.

Seven Sharp meets the multi-talented David Walliams

Walliams is a swimmer, world record holder, author, talent show judge and funny man.

01:44
NZ Post has hired an extra 600 staff, got 200 more vans and an extra plane to cope with the demand.

Kiwis 'going crazy with online shopping' this Christmas

NZ Post has hired an extra 600 staff, 200 more vans and trucks and an extra plane to cope with demand.

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