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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.
When the verdicts were read Cairns looked tearful and nodded towards the jury members.
A car weaving all over the road near Milford Sound prompted one man to make a complaint to police.
Students at Jonah's old primary school honoured the rugby great with an impressive performance.
Mel Pipson's family came across the crash and her partner was also killed by a foreign driver three years ago.
The rugby legend will be laid to rest today following his sudden death 13 days ago at the age of 40.
'Little Yella' is the drag racing beast powered by batteries from mobility scooters.
There were winners and losers in today's announcement – with some taking more of a tumble than others.
Toni Street says farmers are just as angry about the horrific treatment of bobby calves on some Kiwi farms.
The Canadian crooner says Christmas is underway early at his place.
Symbolic of love and peace, the doves were released from the field of Eden Park.
Mike Hosking says SAFE's threat to release the video of bobby calves internationally will do more harm than good.
Police finally lifted their ban on Jarrod Gilbert, who has been studying gangs for over a decade.
The Republic has been torn apart by years of religious violence.
A star studded line up of former All Blacks, Wallabies and officials paid tribute to the All Blacks legend.
Thirty takahe are being released into the wild in Fiordland over summer, edging the species away from the brink of extinction.
Video shows dairy calves left for dead and hurled on to trucks.
The city, still recovering from the recent deadly terror attacks, now faces more violence, but this time it's police and protesters clashing.
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.
Twelve at-risk properties were evacuated as a precaution.
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