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New Zealand Rugby, founded in 1892, has appointed their first female board member.
Housing: the crisis that just keeps on keeping on.
The Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell is now calling for the superannuation age to be lifted to 67, but not for another 18 years.
The Syrian city of Aleppo is once again the scene of heavy fighting after a truce to allow civilians and rebel fighters to flee the war zone collapsed overnight.
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New Zealand and Australia have an extraordinarily close relationship, thanks in part to the recent 'bromance' between John Key and Malcolm Turnbull.
Catherine Delahunty and Steffan Browning are joining the laundry list of MPs leaving Parliament next year.
A man found guilty on dozens of trafficking and exploitation charges has been sentenced.
A member of US President-elect Donald Trump's transition team says a belief in man-made climate change may one day be comparable to believing the Earth is flat.
Rugby union's world governing body announced new measures on Wednesday to protect players from head injuries.
The father of an 18-month-old who drowned in an inflatable pool has been discharged without conviction.
The New Zealand dollar fell after the Federal Reserve raised rates.
Her lawyer says she wasn't arrested, but Lauren Jauregui was charged with possession of marijuana, according to reports.
The Government has decided to repair the badly damaged coastal route to Kaikōura.
The Phoenix have resigned defender Adam Parkhouse for a further two-years.
Two fishing companies are being praised for changing their operations to help protect the endangered Maui dolphin.
The Banking Ombudsman is warning about the perils of high-risk online trading.
Dylan Hartley in unlikely to skipper the Lions after copping a six-week ban
The first full-length trailer for Christopher Nolan's wartime flick Dunkirk has been released - and it looks set to fulfil all expectations.
Britain's IBF world heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua has praised New Zealand's Joseph Parker and believes it's just a case of when not if the pair will meet in the ring.
A marine life expert says it's possible a seal that bit a German tourist in Abel Tasman National Park was just trying to play.
The Wellington City Council is reopening part of the Molesworth St cordon, and says quake repairs are increasing in speed.
Three people have been rescued from a fishing trawler that ran aground near Lake Ellesmere in Canterbury.
Three-times World Cup winning captain and World Rugby Hall of Fame inductee, Dr Farah Palmer has been elected to the Board of New Zealand Rugby.
Instead of fancy graphics, they have to rely on different sounds to paint a picture in players' minds.
One paramedic even had a bow and arrow pointed at his head and another had his back broken by a patient he was treating.
The pieces were among more than $1.45m worth of artworks and cash donated to New Zealand's national museum.
You might be sick of the mall's Christmas music, so here's a playlist of more interesting yuletide classics.