Harvey Weinstein and Peter Jackson during 2004 BAFTA Awards - Inside Arrivals at The Odeon Leicester Square in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Jon Furniss/WireImage)

Peter Jackson's Weinstein smear-campaign account acknowledged by actresses

"There it is, confirmation. Thank you Peter Jackson," Mira Sorvino wrote.

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The 36ers strolled to a 90-73 win at Spark Arena.

Paul Henare slams 'soft' Breakers after Adelaide loss

The Breakers threw away an eight point lead at home to the 36ers.

Selfie (file picture).

Research suggests obsessive selfies snapping a mental condition

The term 'selfitis' was first coined in 2014 as part of a spoof news article

President Donald Trump.

White House 'cannot envision' Israel without Western Wall

The issue is sensitive because the wall is beyond Israel's pre-1967 borders.

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A general hospital in the central Java town of Banyumas was damaged and patients were evacuated

Deadly earthquake hits Indonesia, one confirmed dead, more reportedly killed

Authorities issued a tsunami warning for parts of Java's coastline after the quake struck.

Sonny Bill Williams hits back at his social media critics

Sonny Bill Williams fires back at car seat critics

The All Blacks star got his own back after holiday photos drew public attention.

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The latest instalment of Star Wars bought in US $45m on it's opening night.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi brings in $64m opening night

The film is expected to bring in $285 during it's opening weekend.

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The remains of the 12 soldiers were found near Kawakawa after more than 170 years.

The remains of the 12 soldiers were found near Kawakawa after more than 170 years.

Remains of British soldiers who died more than 170 years ago discovered in Northland mass grave

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SpaceX has racked up another first, launching a recycled rocket with a recycled capsule on a NASA grocery run.

Mice, barley seeds for beer blasted into space on NASA grocery run

The Dragon is hauling nearly 5,000 pounds of space station goods.

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Royal watcher Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills tells Joy Reid St George's Chapel at Windsor is the perfect place for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to wed.

Royal watcher Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills tells Joy Reid St George's Chapel at Windsor is the perfect place for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to wed.

Royal wedding date confirmed

1 News Reporter Emily van Velthooven updates Breakfast from Auckland Airport with details of how passengers are being affected by the fuel shortage.

Customs' eGates open to more European travellers

French, German, Irish and Dutch visitors are now able to pass through the speedy immigration check.

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The 38 prisoners had been convicted of terrorism-related crimes.

UN extremely doubtful fair trials were held for 38 men executed in Iraq

The UN Human Rights Office again urged the Iraqi authorities to halt all executions.

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The Firebirds picked up a 32-run victory over the Knights in Hamilton.

Michael Bracewell's barrage of sixes leads Wellington to victory over Northern Districts

The Firebirds picked up a 32-run victory over the Knights in Hamilton.

Increase in critically endangered alpine birds due to 1080, say DOC

The reclusive rock wren/tuke has recently been spotted in greater numbers.

Court dedicated to sexual violence speeding up trial process

The pilot programme has been running at the District Courts in Auckland and Whangarei.

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The Aussie skipper was 92 not out at the end of day two of the third Test.

Fighting Steve Smith keeps Australia in the Ashes contest in Perth

The Aussie skipper was 92 not out at the end of day two of the third Test.

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There were tears and memories as the pair said farewell to the show.

'Especially when I was sick' - Toni thanks Mike for 'always being there' as they sign off from Seven Sharp

The duo were both on the brink of tears as they bowed out after four years fronting the show together.

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Figures obtained by a conservation group suggest more than 20 times the annual average were accidently caught last year in Bay of Plenty.

Seafood industry doing 'a lot' to avoid by-catch as dolphins in BOP nets show huge increase

Forest and Bird says the industry should be doing more to protect marine animals.

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Dean Harrison has a reputation for finding things, and returning them.

The Christchurch man who's won lotto and found 58 wallets, but is unlucky in love

Dean Harrison has found more than 58 wallets and returned every single one of them.

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The 36ers strolled to a 90-73 win at Spark Arena.

Breakers throw away eight-point lead as Adelaide claim victory

The 36ers strolled to a 90-73 win at Spark Arena.

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Chelsea Herbert, 19, became the first female to win a race in the National Touring Cars Championship.

Kiwi teen turning heads after dominating V8 circuit

Chelsea Herbert, 19, became the first female to win a race in the National Touring Cars Championship.

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Royal watcher Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills tells Joy Reid St George's Chapel at Windsor is the perfect place for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to wed.

Royal wedding date confirmed

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry on May 19th in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, Kensington Palace announced Friday.

Vatican should consider voluntary celibacy for priests says Aussie child abuse commission

Calls for changes to centuries-old church laws appear destined for failure.

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Hundreds queued on both sides of the cordon to make the journey.

Hundreds queued on both sides of the cordon to make the journey.

Watch: Cars begin moving as Kaikoura's main highway officially reopens

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