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- Woman dies after a stabbing in South Auckland.
- Snowstorm hits New York.
- Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch house prices hit new high.
8.31pm: Farmers are hoping a fast food chain's recently introduced lamb burger will provide a gateway to the lucrative global fast-food market.
8.03pm: The cheapest and most expensive supermarkets in New Zealand have been revealed in a survey by Consumer New Zealand.
7.47pm: The helicopter pilot killed in a central Otago crash last night was a well-known aviator renowned for being safety-conscious.
6.17pm: All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has gone with a unique blend of talent for the opening European tour Test against Scotland at Murrayfield on Monday morning.
5.45pm: The operators of the Southern Cross Cable are playing down an incident at its Alexandria cable landing station this morning that it says disrupted services to some customers.
4.29pm: Iranian warplanes fired at an unarmed US drone in international airspace last week, but did not hit the aircraft, the Pentagon said today.
3.55pm: More than 40,000 houses in New Zealand have a price tag of more than $1 million, says Quotable Value, and almost three quarters of them are in Auckland.
3.37pm: Kristen Stewart says she is "creeped out" by fans of the book Fifty Shades of Grey.
2.47pm: New York City and much of the US Northeast today dug out from a snowstorm that walloped a region still struggling to recover from the devastation of Superstorm Sandy.
2.20pm: Trains along an Auckland rail line have stopped after a stabbing in Manurewa that has left a woman critically injured. Police have confirmed a body has also been found in the area.
1.24pm: Olympic silver medallist
Sarah Walker is to have
surgery today on her damaged shoulder
and will be off her bike for up to six months.
12.50pm: President Barack Obama has spoken with world leaders, including the Saudi King Abdullah and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
12.30pm: New Zealand number one Danny Lee's hopes of retaining his US PGA tour card are all but over after he carded a two-over 74 at the last event of the year in Florida today.
11.40am: Police release name of pilot who died in the helicopter crash in the Cadrona Valley, near Wanaka yesterday.
11.30am: The " World's Oldest Hip Hop Flash Mobber ", Violet Hollis says she plans to surprise the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall with a hip hop dance performance when they visit Auckland.
11.03am: Hundreds of people are farewelling high profile defence lawyer Greg King at his funeral in Wellington today.
10.52am: Dozens of excited Twilight fans set up tents in Los Angeles today ahead of next week's world premiere of the last film in the vampire romance franchise.
10.27am: The median house price in New Zealand rose to a record $380,000 last month, says the Real Estate Institute.
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9.59am: The All Blacks 23, which is expected to have sweeping changes, will be named at 5:30pm today ahead of the Test against Scotland in Edinburgh on Monday.
9.45am: Rescuers have reached a New Zealand woman and a British man who are sheltering in a stricken yacht after rolling in rough weather between Tonga and New Zealand on to another ship today. The pair are now safely aboard a cargo ship.
9.44am: In the US, Jared Loughner, 24, a college dropout with a history of psychiatric disorders, received seven consecutive life terms, plus 140 years in prison, for killing six people and wounding 13 others.
9.31am: Emergency services are trying to avert an environmental crisis after a tanker carrying 25,000 litres of dairy products crashed.
9.25am: People around the country will today have the opportunity to take part in Gay Red Shirt Day , created following a verbal gaffe from Prime Minister John Key.
9.10am: The New Zealand dollar fell to 81.57 US cents from 81.67 cents at 5pm in Wellington yesterday.
8.56am: Newly re-elected President Barack Obama will travel to Myanmar later this month, the White House confirmed today.
8.50am: The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are in for a day of sun, surf and rugby league today ahead of their visit to New Zealand tomorrow.
8.25am: Rescuers are hoping to transfer a New Zealand woman and a British man who are sheltering in a stricken yacht after rolling in rough weather between Tonga and New Zealand on to another ship today.
8.07am: Nearly two dozen people are still missing following a strong earthquake in Guatemala yesterday.
7.57am: New York City and much of the US Northeast today dug out from a snowstorm that walloped a region still struggling to recover from the devastation of Superstorm Sandy.
7.25am: Finance Minister Bill English tells TV ONE's Breakfast that he does not necessarily agree with new figures which show a rise in unemployment.
"These numbers don't fit with some of the other indicators, just for this quarter. For instance, a number of people on the unemployment benefit continue to drop, including in Auckland where the survey shows a rise in the number of people unemployed," said English.
6.54am: Defending champion Roger Federer guaranteed his place in the last four of the ATP World Tour Finals with a straight-sets win over Spain's David Ferrer today.
6.30am: The euro zone economy shows little sign of recovering before the year-end, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said today, leaving open the possiblity of an interest rate cut in the months ahead.
6.23am: Economist Matt Nolan tells TV ONE's Breakfast that the Government's decisions have "undeniably" had an impact on the high unemployment rate.
"The Government cutting back spending and trying to get its books back in order quickly has had an impact on pushing the unemployment rate, its undeniable, he said.
6.01am: The Civil Aviation Authority is expected to begin trying to establish the cause of a fatal helicopter crash in Otago today.
5.58am: New Zealand needs a formalised pimp service to help disabled people get sex, not just for pleasure but also for their health, those working in the disability and sex sectors say.
5.44am: President Bashar al-Assad has scotched any suggestion he might flee Syria and warned that any Western military intervention to topple him would have catastrophic consequences for the Middle East and beyond.
5.12am: Around 143,000 Kiwi kids have their heads down studying in libraries and living rooms across the country as end-of-year exams begin.