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  • England stun NZ to win Lord's Test

    England have completed a remarkable fightback to win the first Test by 124 runs, adding to New Zealand's misery at the home of cricket. For three days the Black Caps were on track to lodge just their second win in 17 Tests at Lord's but must now reflect on an eighth loss after their dismissal for 220 with 9.3 overs remaining on the final day. Needing an unlikely 345 off 77 overs to win after dismissing England for 478, New Zealand made the worst possible start when openers Martin Guptill and Tom Latham departed without scoring.

    NZ Newswire
  • Watch Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's First Dance!

    Kanye West and Kim Kardashian celebrated their first year of marriage on May 24. Kris Jenner shared never-before-seen footage of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West at their wedding on Sunday, marking the couple's first anniversary. John Legend performed his song All of Me at the lavish wedding on May 24, 2014, while Kim, 34, and Kanye, 37, took their first dance as man and wife.

  • Row over national super heats up

    Prime Minister John Key expects Labour to campaign at the next election on cutting the state pension. The row over the future cost of national superannuation is heating up with Labour leader Andrew Little accusing the government of "political recklessness" for saying it's affordable. Finance Minister Bill English said on Sunday the forecast cost of $30 billion by 2030 was large, but he ruled out changing anything.

    NZ Newswire
  • Kiwi on trial after hug led to death

    Patrick Sunill Lilii is on trial in the District Court of Western Australia for the unlawful assault of 32-year-old Zak Harvey outside the Murray Street nightclub in April last year. The court heard Lilii acted in self-defence when he pushed Mr Harvey because the only thing he knew was that a stranger had wrapped his arms tightly around his neck. Mr Harvey was so happy after a night of clubbing he started hugging strangers in the street, among them Lilii who was chatting with friends.

    NZ Newswire
  • UK airport expansion threatens to take out entire villages

    The attraction is neighboring Heathrow Airport, which served 73 million travelers last year. Now Europe's busiest airport is proposing to build a runway roughly through the center of town, leveling the ivy-covered brick walls of the Harmondsworth Hall guest house and two-thirds of its homes. A village that traces its history to the 6th century would be forever altered, and some argue even what's left would be uninhabitable.

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  • Waratahs considering appealing suspensions

    The NSW Waratahs are set to appeal the multi-week suspensions of forwards Tolu Latu and Will Skelton after expressing surprise and disappointment at the outcome of their judicial hearings on Monday. Hooker Latu and lock Skelton were suspended for four and two weeks respectively after each were found guilty of an illegal lifting tackle on Crusaders and All Blacks lock Sam Whitelock in last Saturday's Super Rugby game in Sydney. Latu, who received a yellow card at the time, lifted Whitelock's legs while Skelton had his upper body and threw him to the ground.

  • Mariah Carey 'lives in a bubble'

    Mariah Carey "never has any normal interactions". Damion Young, the star's ex-boyfriend who worked with Mariah, 45, on hits such as 'I Still Believe' and 'Irresistible', has revealed the multi-platinum selling artist lives her life in a "bubble", claiming she doesn't have normal social interactions with others because of her fame. Damion said Mariah leads a surreal existence that he ultimately found "frightening".

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  • Police identify body after 29 years

    The family of a man who vanished nearly three decades ago say the finding of his body brings long-awaited closure. Police on Monday identified the body of John Holmes Smith, who disappeared on March 20, 1986 during a regular walk in Wellington's Ngaio. Despite the extensive police search that followed, his body was only discovered by a passer-by in a bushy gully in February 2015.

    NZ Newswire
  • Greece 'has no money' to meet IMF debt repayment

    Greece warned Sunday it has no money to repay the International Monetary Fund on time in June unless a deal is reached with its creditors, in a stark warning that the country could be just days away from defaulting. With the clock ticking down to four more debt instalments from June 5, Interior Minister Nikos Voutsis told Mega TV that the country has nothing left for the IMF in its coffers. Greece's radical-left government has been locked in negotiations with its creditors -- the IMF, the European Union and the European Central Bank -- for the past four months in a bid to unlock some 7.2 billion euros in bailout cash.

  • Sharapova jeered off court, Murray breezes through

    Defending champion Maria Sharapova reached the French Open second round on Monday but was jeered by fans after she refused to carry out an on-court TV interview. Second-seeded Sharapova defeated Estonian Kaia Kanepi 6-2, 6-4 to set up a clash against Russian Fed Cup teammate Vitalia Diatchenko. "I totally understand that everyone usually does the interviews and answers a few questions," said Sharapova, who was also champion in 2012 and runner-up in 2013.

  • Ed Sheeran: I want to 'live'

    The 'Sing' hitmaker is considering taking a year out of the Hollywood "bubble" so he can do more "normal" things. Ed also revealed he's keen to ditch the pounds again after enjoying a drink or two on the road.

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  • Kendall Jenner 'snubbed by Hollywood film-makers'

    Kendall Jenner was reportedly snubbed by movie producers at the Cannes Film Festival because of the "stigma" of her family name. The 19-year-old model has been overlooked for potential film roles in favour of fellow model Gigi Hadid because of her links to the Kardashian family. A source explained: "Many producers feel they could cast Gigi in a film, and they would have no stigma to it.

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  • US cop acquitted in shooting death of unarmed black couple

    A white Cleveland police officer who climbed onto the hood of a car and fired dozens of rounds at an unarmed black couple in 2012 was acquitted of voluntary manslaughter. Six officers have been charged. Cleveland patrolman Michael Brelo, 31, was one of 13 officers who opened fire on Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams during a police chase on November 29, 2012.

  • KiwiSaver providing poor value for money, needs rewrite, Treasury says

    The Treasury recommended a wider review of the KiwiSaver scheme than just axing the $1,000 kick-start payment, arguing it represents poor value for money for the government and has vague aims, according to its regulatory impact statement on the post-budget law change needed to drop the incentive. Reducing incentives would improve the scheme's value for money as wage and salary earners were likely to join anyway because of employer-subsidised schemes and didn't need the kick-start to join, said the Treasury's financial markets manager, James Beard.

  • Rosberg revels in hat-trick after Hamilton pit stop howler

    Given his luck, Nico Rosberg should be excused if he headed to the Principality's casino Sunday night after one of Formula One's greatest tactical errors handed him a memorable and rare hat-trick of wins at the Monaco Grand Prix. Trailing his Mercedes team-mate and world champion Lewis Hamilton with 15 laps remaining, the 29-year-old German took full advantage when an accident prompted a Safety Car intervention that, in turn, led the team to call the Briton in for an unexpected and unnecessary pit-stop. Hamilton re-joined third, on new softer tyres, but was unable to use that performance advantage to pass second-placed Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari, let alone Rosberg who won by 4.4 seconds.

  • Woman won't be left stateless: Key

    A New Zealand woman who travelled to Syria on an apparent humanitarian mission won't be left stateless if Australia withdraws her dual citizenship, Prime Minister John Key says. The woman is trying to return to Australia and is offering authorities help countering terrorism networks in the region, Australia's Sun-Herald newspaper reports. The advances come as Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott gets ready to unveil new laws that would withdraw citizenship from dual nationals who go abroad to fight for extremists like the Islamic State.

    NZ Newswire
  • Mary-Kate And Ashley Olsen Will Not Be Appearing In The Full House Reboot

    Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen on the red carpet at this year's Met Gala. Full House enthusiasts, we have some bad news for you. The news won’t be a surprise to many, who noted that the Olsen twins are pretty busy young women: between helming three fashion lines, licensing perfumes and landing themselves on best-dressed lists the world over, they don’t have much time to appear in television series these days.

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  • Kylie Jenner 'hates' her life

    Kylie Jenner goes through times where she "hates" her life. The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star admitted during an honest chat with her half-sister Khloé Kardashian on the E! reality show that she can sometimes find herself feeling low. When Khloé suggested the 17-year-old television personality should try therapy, Kylie told the 30-year-old star it wasn't something she could consider as she felt it only worked for people who wanted it.

    Bang Showbiz
  • Saudi IDs bomber after kingdom's deadliest attack in years

    Saudi Arabia on Saturday confirmed the suicide bomber who killed 21 worshippers at a Shiite mosque had links with the Islamic State group, in what the interior ministry called an attempt to promote sectarian strife. It was the deadliest attack in years to strike the Sunni-dominated kingdom, and marked the first time the jihadist IS group officially claimed an attack in Saudi Arabia. "His name was Salih bin Abdulrahman Salih al-Ghishaami, a Saudi national," the interior ministry said in a statement carried by the official Saudi Press Agency.

  • Quake shakes buildings in Tokyo

    A strong quake shook buildings in Tokyo on Monday, setting off alarms and temporarily bringing the city's subway system to halt, AFP reporters in the Japanese capital said. Scientists said there was no risk of a tsunami from the quake, which had a magnitude of 5.3, according to the US Geological Survey. The Japan Meteorological Agency earlier put it at 5.6.