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The building has 60 metre deep foundations.
Having put on a Sydney show for thousands, TayTay escaped to New Zealand.
Heather du Plessis-Allan purchased a gun over the internet.
Operators are "on their last warning" regarding breaches to permit rules.
Cairns says his celebrated dad was cast adrift by some members of the NZ cricket community.
Lawyer Mr Davison discussed his client's "fragile" state, both during and following the theft.
A TVNZ Sunday investigation revealed the damning images.
A daredevil is seen scaling the Erasmus Bridge in the Netherlands.
The former Black Cap reflects on his trial after walking free from a London court.
The Oscar winner has been tipped to take the helm of the cult show.
The new heavyweight champion of the world says he "won't be dictated to".
Barnstorming Fiji winger Nemani Nadolo has confirmed he will join French club Montpellier.
The Paris Climate Conference began overnight only two weeks after the deadly terror attacks.
Rescuers saved the man who became lost in a rugged gorge on Mt Taranaki.
Nathan Guy says the MPI will do the best it can to take court action over the cases revealed by Sunday.
Up to 35 per cent of retirees are expected to rent their retirement home by 2025.
Black Caps star Kane Williamson has dropped from second equal to fourth.
An 82-year-old was left bruised after she was admitted to a private hospital's dementia unit.
Superstar Beckham and other sporting legends appear in a video supporting the people of Paris.
John Fury lavished praise on his world champion boxer son who defeated Wladimir Klitschko.
The Prime Minister is one of about 150 world leaders at the United Nations conference.
NZ Cricket Chairman Stuart Heal reacts to the not guilty verdicts in a London court.
The former Black Cap didn’t quite catch the big moment in a London court.
Former Black Cap Chris Cairns was today found not guilty on charges of perjury and perverting the course of justice.
More than 150 world leaders are in the French capital hoping to reach a climate change deal
The UN says global warming is responsible for the decrease in Artic ice
"I think everyone at the ground saw what unfolded," says Black Caps coach Mike Hesson.
The former Black Cap was found not guilty overnight, but says he will never work in cricket again.
Allegations of match fixing against the former New Zealand cricketer surfaced in 2010.
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ONE News political editor says the Labour leader has done just enough to give the shadow line-up a slightly fresher look going into next year.
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