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Twins Stephen and Michael Ratpojanakul had some fun with Stephen's 16-month-old son Reed, who couldn't quite figure out who was who.

Who's your daddy? Twins crack up at baby's adorable confusion

Twins Stephen and Michael Ratpojanakul had some fun with Stephen's 16-month-old son Reed, who couldn't quite figure out who was who.

It's often difficult to monitor each drugs' effectiveness and the ou... - Dr Hamish Jamieson, Otago University researcher

Too many pills pushing NZ's elderly into care prematurely

Interest rates could go up after global jitters - economist

The dream run is now at risk as foreign lenders look to increase the costs on their lending.

Police watchdog can't probe all complaints of excessive force

The Independent Police Conduct Authority says it doesn't have the resources to investigate every case.

Tasting NZ's oldest wine

'It's buoyant and fresh' – century old Wairarapa wine uncorked

The wine is a Lansdowne Claret 1903 and was made by William Beetham and his French wife Hermance.

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Kingston Police in the UK thanked the man after his actions lead to the suspect's arrest.

'Legend': Cops praise quick-thinking bystander for tripping up fleeing suspect

Kingston Police in the UK thanked the man after his actions led to the suspect's arrest.

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Cow pat seized at Auckland Airport

Traveller tries to bring cow pat into NZ

A traveller from Malaysia has declared a cow pat as part of their luggage while trying to come into New Zealand.

Wellington double decker bus

Free taster ride on new double decker bus for Wellingtonians

The capital hopes to have 50 double decker buses on its roads by 2018.

When we look at social media marketing for gambling we see a huge amount of tactics that w... - Professor Samantha Thomas

Teens' growing penchant for online betting is distorting way they view sport

Swimmers flee after five sharks spotted off Kapiti Coast

"People should stay away out of the sea at this time".

Singing 'Happy Birthday' cannot be fined by Warner/Chappel if it is done at a 'private gathering'.

Happy Birthday song to become copyright free after $14 million lawsuit

Warner/Chappel's settlement means the song would officially be accepted as part of the 'public domain'.

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UCLA gymnast DeJesus nailed her tumbling manoeuvres and added her own bit of flavour to an exciting gymnastics floor routine.

Crowd goes nuts after American gymnast's amazing hip hop floor routine

Ever wondered what it would be like if Parris Goebel did a gymnastics routine?

Bay of Plenty manhunt accused denies all charges

Dean Whakatau, who led police on a chase through the eastern BOP has denied charges.

Opinion: A Sanders level of radical thinking needed on our tertiary system

"We are looking at major problems for our young people down the track."

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At least 39 people died and more than 100 remain missing after an apartment complex collapsed.

Three arrested over building negligence after deadly Taiwan earthquake

The death toll in the quake stands at 41 with more than 100 believed to be still trapped in the debris.

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A man believed to be of Indian descent saved Caroliah Vaigafa from drowning at Auckland's Mission Bay.

'God's blessed our family through him': Parents desperate to find hero who saved drowning Auckland girl

"If it wasn't for him we wouldn't be sitting next to our daughter," dad Sio told ONE News.

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The ONE News team brings you the latest weather update.

Upcoming weather looking good for those with outdoor plans

The ONE News team brings you the latest weather update.

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Two kayakers became stuck in waist deep mud in Whenuapai.

Mud-stuck kayakers winched to safety in West Auckland

The kayakers found themselves waist deep in mud after kayaking in Whenuapai.

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Professor Samantha Thomas says betting companies have had a huge impact in Australia, and it’s only a matter of time for NZ.

Teens' growing penchant for online betting is distorting way they view sport

"It's exactly what happened with tobacco and sponsorship."

02:44
In 1990 the cyclone struck the Pacific Island nation causing $200 million worth of damage.

Cyclones brewing in Pacific - how will they affect New Zealand?

Systems are developing near the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

Too many pills pushing NZ's elderly into care prematurely

"Every so often you’ve got to think is this the right mix of medications?"

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Detective Inspector John Sutton says the police have received 64 phone calls relating to this case.

'We have been overwhelmed' - Tracey Patient's family reassured by response

Police have had about 165 calls since reopening the 40-year-old murder cold case.

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Australia's Usman Khawaja caught giving debutant Adam Zampa the finger during anthem

'It was consensual!' Khawaja explains giving new man Adam Zampa bum rub during anthem

Debutant Adam Zampa and Khawaja filmed in moment of unique team bonding.

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Duane Major and Adam Gardner aren't happy with Morgan's wish to have part of the beach for personal use.

Gareth Morgan labelled 'selfish' as Kiwi donors threaten to pull funding if he gets involved

Morgan has offered to make up any shortfall, but his offer comes with a catch.

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Anaya and Myla have differing genetics provided by their parents despite sharing nearly everything else.

Mum to black and white twins bombarded by inquisitive strangers

The one-in-a-million chance saw Myla take after their dad's complexion, while Anaya has mum's skin tone.

Teen female killer jailed at 15 gets parole

One of three teens jailed for the 1999 murder of an Auckland man is to be released after spending more than half her life behind bars.

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Kiwi golfing champ says New Zealand's Olympic campaign is her main priority in 2016.

Kiwi golfing champ says New Zealand's Olympic campaign is her main priority in 2016.

Lydia Ko makes more history with Lonsdale Cup honour

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