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While the Europe-wide manhunt continues for terrorists connected to the Paris attacks, new details have emerged of the Bataclan Theatre attack.
The outspoken US presidential candidate is under fire after appearing to mock a New York Times reporter's movements.
Andrea Vance says things haven't gone as smoothly as John Key and ministers would like in 2015.
"The US and France are our closest allies and they want our help" - Cameron says.
The Republican presidential candidate's ability to offend seems to have no limit.
Russia insists it did not violate Turkish airspace, and has paraded a pilot who survived.
At least 30 civilians were killed when the Doctors Without Borders clinic in Kunduz was hit last month.
The Government finally has the Maori Party's support to introduce changes to the Resource Management Act.
Russia and Turkey are locked in one of the most serious clashes since the end of the Cold War.
A young Muslim-American woman is being described as "courageous and powerful" for confronting Trump.
The Prime Minister said yesterday "one or two" potential Kiwi terrorists are under 24-hour watch.
Labour and the Greens say the Prime Minister is fear-mongering in the aftermath of the Paris attacks.
NZ First leader Winstion Peters says Indian students are coming to New Zealand mainly to find work so they can pay off debt.
The trio say they won't apologise for the actions taken by "a few deranged individuals".
The PM says "quite threatening individuals" on the SIS watchlist are under 24-hour surveillance.
Facebook users say the displays are unfair towards a fair referendum.
Labour leader Andrew Little says it was time for Mr Goff to address the rumours about his bid.
The Auckland Mayor contender gets into the headache of paying for transport improvements.
The Labour MP gives his take on the housing and traffic issues facing Auckland.
The UN has urged members to take ‘all necessary measures’ to combat the terrorist group.
The former leader of the Labour Party was widely tipped to contest the mayoralty in the next local body elections.
John Key is in Kuala Lumpur, where regional security will be the big talking point.
Voting papers for the first flag referendum, to decide a flag to go up against our current flag are out today.
Mr Key's daughter, Steffi, who lives in the French capital also explained how Parisians were feeling.
The first day of voting has started, with people being asked to rank designs.
More details of an air safety review have been revealed by Prime Minister John Key.
Mr Key said there was a danger that the wrong approach against ISIS would cause long term issues.
John Key's met China's president in the Philippines and expects to talk with Obama about trade and terrorism.
The comical mistake happened in a Vietnamese newspaper.
The Labour leader says the terrorists win when we respond only with revenge retribution.
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Tana Umaga and Michael Jones along with Eric Rush are in Manukau for Aho Faka Famili.
World Cup winning All Black arrives at his new club in France.
The former Black Caps is on trial in London.
The popular personal driver service teamed up with the SPCA to bring kittens to the workplace as they look to expand services in New Zealand.
No follicle target here - New Zealand's team at Scott Base is taking on the "move" challenge.
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