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A rugby fan watching a game on TV drank himself to death by consuming two beers, 20 spirit shots and 10 bourbon mixes.
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Said to be the largest show of its kind in the world, the annual four-day event in England features thousands of dogs, with competitors travelling from countries across the globe to take part.
A Palmerston North teen is due to appear in court today charged with arson following two suspicious house fires in Roslyn.
The SPCA said it was pleased to see sentencing that reflects the seriousness of the offending and that Bear is recovering slowly.
Ms Collins is naive if she believes the actions and comments of a Cabinet minister will not be used by the company to promote its products.
A typical 1.5GB per month plan for mobile data for laptops and tablets, was about 10% above average, says a new Commerce Commission report , whnich compares NZ mobile pricing to other OECD countries over the past year.
North Island gem The Coromandel has been announced as New Zealand's number two destination to experience following a trans-Tasman consumer poll conducted by leading travel experience provider Experience Oz and NZ .
Environment Minister Amy Adams is standing on the sidelines as politicians argue over a new rule requiring Auckland property owners to seek iwi approval to work on sites of cultural and heritage value to Maori.
NASA's Terra satellite captured this image of a powerful storm swirling off the coast of New Zealand on March 4. The storm has caused what has been reported as a 100-year flood in the city of Christchurch.
Ben Oliver was just 4 years old when he was lunged at by a dog and bitten. He needed dozens of stitches to his face.
An alert went out at 12.45pm and the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter did an aerial search, while the fishing boat Aukaha went to assist, Constable Shane Ohlson said.
Dirty secrets of Waiheke Island's popular beaches shocked pupils who made their first visit there yesterday expecting to find pristine white sandy coves.
This photo taken in late 2011 and released by University of Aberdeen, shows a hadal snailfish that was caught in a trap at a depth of 7,000 meters in the Kermadec Trench near New Zealand.
Builder Michael Cameron perched on a bean while securing reinforcing during refurbishing work in the former Defence House building in Wellington.
Accoya - which uses a kind of natural alchemy to turn pine into sustainable hardwood - has humble origins in New Zealand.
Bruce Springsteen had a novel idea for his tour of Australia and New Zealand. At every tour date, the Boss and the E Street Band played a cover of a song that was originally recorded by an artist connected to the region they were visiting.