New Zealand

Young Kiwi traveller fighting for life in Romania after receiving electric shock

The parents of Fergus Chetwin-Kelly are flying to be by their son's side in hospital.


Baked bean lovers become bean counters and find they're being shortchanged

James Wood has lifted the lid on his favourite food and found it's often below its advertised weight.


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Shooting threat keeps many Otago Uni students at home

Many students chose to stay away from Otago University today after a shooting threat was anonymously posted online.


PM's supposedly-secret Iraq visit revealed by Iraqi news agencies to 10,000s

It was supposed to go un-reported for safety reasons, but at least one news organisation spilled the beans.


Knife-wielding dairy robber caught on camera threatening Hamilton shopkeeper

Police are hunting a man who threatened a female staff member at a central Hamilton store.


Man arrested, search for Alex Fisher called off during night - police

Alex Fisher disappeared from the domain at Waitarere Forest yesterday morning.


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'I don't know when I can support my family again' - Kiwi Uber driver bashed in Brisbane

Australia-based Kiwi Uber driver Alex Ihaia claims anti-Uber supporters bashed him.


John Key completes secret trip to Kiwi troops in Iraq after mid-air drama

John Key flew into Iraq under the cover of darkness and without informing the New Zealnd public in advance, in a bid to lower the risk of attack from ISIS.


Exclusive access: Go inside Camp Taji, home to the NZ Defence Force in Iraq

Take a sneak peak inside the base where Kiwi soldiers are training Iraqi troops to face ISIS.


Corin Dann: John Key whisked into Camp Taji by Aussie mates - vows to get Kiwi troops out of Iraq

ONE News Political Editor Corin Dann was in Iraq with the prime minister.


John Key in Iraq: 'I take personal responsibility for what happens out here'

John Key tells media that ultimately he's responsible for Kiwi troops in Iraq "so it's important for me to be able to see it first-hand".


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Homes damaged as wildfires rage through windy Otago

High winds are fanning a plantation fire in North Otago that fire crews are struggling to contain.

Huge Remuera mansion sold for $4m above 2014 valuation

Just one year after Auckland Council valued the property around $10m, Sir Douglas Myer's 3400m2 property sold for a whopping $14m.


Back in the Day: The Topp Twins appear in court

1989: The singing duo appeared in court for obstructing a footpath while busking in Queen Street.

Man dies in two-car crash in Auckland suburb

Police say the driver who died in a car crash this afternoon may have had a heart attack.


'You could ring anywhere in the world' - Mt Eden prisoners lap up phone system glitch

Exclusive: It's claimed prisoners made calls abroad after finding a phone system fault. Unsurprisingly, the queue for the phone "was endless".


Usually bustling buildings empty after Otago University shooting threat

Police will remain at Otago University today after a mass shooting threat was made online.


'A beautiful strong human being' - support flows for terminally ill Kaitaia teen

Te Amohaere Rudolph has decided to stop her chemo treatment.

Wellington-based broker accused of conspiracy to defraud stands trial in London

A NZ resident has been accused of trying to fix an international bank lending rate.

Do you know this burglar? He's shifty-eyed and made off with his loot on a mountain bike

A man who raided a Hamilton dairy didn't quite pull off the face mask fashion that burglars use.


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'We'll win, because we're stronger' - New Zealand's new union pumped up about merger

Two unions have combined to form a new union with a new name.

Dita DeBoni: The TPP is about corporate power expanding its hold on economies

Our columnist today picks apart the Trans Pacific Partnership deal - and argues there are sour notes Kiwis should be concerned about.

The K-Block - is New Zealand ready for K-Bar chocolate?

"Whittaker's chocolate block speckled through with delicious K Bar pieces," says the creator.


Can you flash someone to warn them there’s a cop ahead?

Drivers flash their lights every day. Fair Go’s Brodie Kane has the details on whether you can.


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