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Two people, including a gunman, have been killed in the incident.

Gunman killed in Houston shooting, residents warned to stay indoors

Two armed suspects were shot in the incident. One was killed, the other was wounded.

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The Panama Papers have thrust NZ's tax laws back into the spotlight again.

'Is this a bad look?' - PM quizzed over link between NZ trust rules and exiled Kazakh leader

Kiwi trust rules help exiled Kazakh leader keep luxury London mansion

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Robert Gropel was climbing the world’s highest mountain with his wife Maria Strydom. Only he returned.

'It was my job to get her home' - grieving Aussie mountaineer blames himself for wife's Everest death

Robert Gropel gave a tearful interview on Australian television last night.

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We're still trying to figure out how he can stretch that far.

'It's pretty good bro' - Steven Adams says OKC spirit strong going into Game Seven

The Warriors' Aussie Andrew Bogut sees it differently and can't see OKC getting up for final match.

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Portia Woodman pulls out unreal sidestep for World Series playoff try

The third place finish in the tournament meant the New Zealand side finished second in the series standings.

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Beating Virat Kohli’s RCB was the Sunrisers' third win in five days

Booze-free David Warner leads Sunrisers to IPL glory

The Hyderabad skipper was back to his best, featuring heavily in the last two games of the tournament.

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - MARCH 25: Karyn Howarth of the Vixens (L) and Jessica Moulds of the Mystics in action during the ANZ Championship match between the Mystics and the Melbourne Vixens at Trusts Stadium on March 25, 2013 in Auckland, New Zealand.  (Photo by Sandra Mu/Getty Images)

'Australia still needs NZ' - Diamonds coach positive despite competition collapse

Lisa Alexander sees a bright future for trans-Tasman netball.

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Sergeant Paul Riggs returned home to the US, surprising his teacher mother Paula Riggs at work.

Surprise! This mum's reaction to seeing her Marine son walk into a room after two years apart is priceless

One minute Paula Riggs was talking to her pupils. The next, she was in tears.

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Sixteen tourists were injured in the South Island crash today.

Mechanic due in court over Arthur's Pass bus crash that injured 13 tourists

The bus collided with a car on Arthur's Pass on New Year's Eve last year.

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The papers expose a complex web of companies in which the man's family hide their mansion.

Kiwi trust rules help exiled Kazakh leader keep luxury London mansion

The connection is made through a complex web of offshore companies and trusts.

Wawrinka and Murray live on, Raonic crashes out

The Roland Garros grind suited the Swiss and the Scot while the big-serving Canadian was emphatically upset

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The cake-throwing was thought to be in protest to the far-left politician's policy on refugees.

Video: Cake thrown in face of German opposition leader by protester

Sahra Wagenknechtg got more than she bargained for over the weekend.

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With the Monaco GP his to lose, Ricciardo was left stranded when his pit team didn't have his tyres ready.

'Don't come Monday' - Daniel Ricciardo's Red Bull pit team fail

With the Monaco GP his to lose, Ricciardo was left stranded when his pit team didn't have his tyres ready.

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A special zoo response team killed the gorilla that grabbed a boy after he fell into the exhibit.

'Idiot parents cost gorilla his life' - public slams young boy's parents over zoo gorilla's death

The lowland gorilla grabbed and dragged a 3-year-old boy who fell into the exhibit moat at Cincinnati Zoo.

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Juan Pablo Montoya slid out early in a rough start at the famous race.

Defending champ crashes out amidst annual Indy 500 carnage

Juan Pablo Montoya slid out early in a rough start at the famous race.

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'Mahe for the gold!' Drysdale leads the way at World Cup regatta

Kiwi boats topped the medal table in Switzerland, with eight medals, including three golds.

Hamilton takes soaked Monaco, Riccardo fuming at pit problems

After leading from pole, the young Aussie suffered a tyre change disaster.

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Williamson delivers a spectacularly humorous performance with his Sunrisers captain David Warner in an Indian commercial.

Black Caps skipper Kane Williamson stars in horrendous but funny IPL ad

Williamson delivers a spectacularly humorous performance with his Sunrisers captain David Warner in an Indian commercial.

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After an early lead, Warren Gatland’s side hardly fired at a shot at England.

Wales fire few shots in tour warm-up against England

After leading 10-0, Warren Gatland's side couldn't keep Eddie Jones' out in a less than ideal hit-out.

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Ms Heard has accused Mr Depp of assaulting her by hurling an iPhone at her face.

Johnny Depp's ex-partner slams Amber Heard's domestic abuse allegations as 'outrageous'

Depp's daughter Lily-Rose has also come out in defence of her father.

In this Sunday, May 29, 2016 photo, supplied by the Ukrainian Emergency Situations Ministry Press Service, emergency ministry employees search a site of a fire at Litchi, Kiev region, Ukraine. Ukraine's emergency services say a fire has swept through a private home for the aged, killing over a dozen of the 35 residents and injuring five others. No cause has yet been determined for the fire that broke out early Sunday in Litochki, a village 42 kilometers (25 miles) north of Kiev, the capital. (Ukrainian Emergency Situations Ministry Press Service Photo via AP)

Fire at Ukrainian rest home kills 17, injures five

The country's government has set up a commission to investigate the fire.

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A vessel carrying the migrants to Europe sank, sending thousands into the sea.

More than 700 feared dead in recent Mediterranean crossings

It's thought to be the largest loss of life in the Mediterranean since April 2015.

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Australian researchers have been working on the technology, which can send and receive signals from the brain.

New robotic arm could help amputees regain sense of touch

Australian researchers have been working on the technology, which can send and receive signals from the brain.

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Naivalu finished off some brilliant plays for the Rebels as they just managed a 27-22 win over the Western Force in Melbourne.

Melbourne Rebels defeat gritty Western Force

Melbourne have overcome a gritty Western Force to end their Super Rugby losing streak with a 27-22 at home.

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The Burwood project is New Zealand's most extensive - and expensive - hospital upgrade.

First major hospital for elderly's health, rehabilitation opens in Christchurch

Burwood Hospital is complete and ready to welcome its first patients.

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The group was treated to an action-packed weekend in Central Otago.

Kids with life-threatening illnesses get some special treatment

The group was treated to an action-packed weekend in Central Otago.

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The government remains adamant that investors are not the problem, and says the housing market isn't failing.

Labour takes aim at property investors with tighter tax rule promises

The government remains adamant that investors are not the problem, and says the housing market isn't failing.

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The kids were taking shelter under a tree when lightning struck during a football match.

Children on life support after lightning strike in Germany

The kids were taking shelter under a tree when lightning struck during a football match.

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