Check out all the latest headlines from October 18 with onenews.co.nz.
- No further charges to be laid over the deaths of the Kahui twins
- Brad Thorn signs with the Highlanders
- Lisa Marie Presley reveals duet with her father
8.41pm Trash talking is off the menu in the lead-up to an upcoming fight between Danny Green and Shane Cameron .
8.11pm A car has driven into a house in Auckland, fire services say.
7.49pm TVNZ's Rose Matafeo has been named among five finalists for the 2013 Billy T Awards today.
7.24pm A Florida man has been arrested on charges of smuggling dinosaur skeletons from Mongolia.
7.07pm Two cousins involved in shooting a rival gang member at point-blank range have been sentenced to 12 years jail .
6.40pm ONE News has learned no further charges will be laid over the deaths of the Kahui twins .
4.18pm NZ Army snipers have returned home after competing in the International Sniper Concentration event in Canada.
4.05pm All Black legend Brad Thorn has signed a one-year contract with the Highlanders for the 2013 Super Rugby season.
3.36pm Pippa Wetzell brings you the latest news from NZ and around the world.
3.27pm Tensions between management and fire crews rose to the surface in the aftermath of the February 22 Christchurch earthquake, a review has revealed .
3.07pm All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has confirmed he will travel with his team to Brisbane today.
2.19pm Catch a sneak peek of Lisa Marie Presley's duet with her father Elvis here.
2.00pm: Haier New Zealand has announced that it intends to increase its offer price for all the shares in Fisher & Paykel Appliances to $1.28.
1.40pm: Gusts of up to 130 kilometres per hour have been forecasted for the Tararua District and central Hawke's Bay this afternoon.
1.30pm: The father of Auckland teenager Christie Marceau says in his eyes the man who killed his daughter "will always be guilty".
1.05pm: A global survey finds New Zealand women are the 5th most economically empowered, behind Australia, which topped that index, and Norway, Sweden and Finland.
12.50am: A 59-year-old former priest who the Catholic church fired in 2005 has been arrested in Australia over a number of historic sex offences against young girls.
12.03am: Rapper and reality star Flava Flav has been arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly threatening his fiance's teenage son with a knife.
11.49am: An Australian man who allegedly thought he had arranged sex with a woman and her 13-year-old daughter has been arrested in Queensland. An online child exploitation branch swooped in on the 55-year-old.
11.26am: The man who killed Christie Marceau has been sentenced to three years for kidnapping the teenager. Yesterday, Akshay Chand was found not guilty of murdering the 18-year-old by reason of the insanity.
11.16am: Former New Zealand cricketer Martin Crowe has released a statement today to confirm he has been diagnosed with Follicular Lymphoma and thanked people for their support.
11.05am: A fire in the red zone of Kaiapoi last night is being treated as suspicious, the New Zealand Fire Service says. Staff were called to a house fire at an abandoned property and battled for an hour to put it out.
10.45am: The Mexican government has charged seven officials with providing the country's most powerful drug gang with information on raids and investigations.
10.35am: A woman who died in a crash on State Highway 12 at Waimamauku on Tuesday has been named. She was Theresa Melanie Johnstone, 33, from Whangarei.
10.01am: Blustery westerlies have been forecasted for much of the North Island and central New Zealand as well as gales for central Hawke's Bay and the Tararua District.
9.46am: A man killed in a single vehicle crash at Mt Pleasant this morning has been identified. He was Joshua John Burgess, 27, of Christchurch.
9.31am: A search is resuming in Tauranga Harbour today for a missing 23-year-old man. He disappeared on Tuesday evening when the dinghy he was in with three others capsized.
9.16am: Damage caused by the Canterbury earthquakes was the second most expensive in the world last year, according to the World Disaster Report release
9.03am: Graeme Moyle, the brother of a man who was killed by a mental health patient, says the Health Minister should decide when to release people who have been detained at a mental health facility after being tried for killing someone.
8.34am: The FBI has arrested a Bangladeshi national suspected of plotting to explode what is believed to be a 1000-pound bomb outside the Federal Reserve Bank in New York. The person has been detained on terrorism charges.
8.32am: A yachtsman who was rescued yesterday after a commercial Air New Zealand plane diverted its flight to assist in finding his boat says he is "lucky to be alive". Glenn Ey, from Queensland, had spent 16 hours drifting off the coast of Sydney.
7.59am: A campaigner increasing awareness for the consequences of drinking alcohol while pregnant says the issue is made worse because of the heavy influence of drinking in society.
7.45am: US President Barack Obama has bounced off his strong performance yesterday by taking a dig at Romney's comments about "binders full of women" at a post-debate rally in Iowa.
7.00am: TV ONE's Europe correspondent Garth Bray says details of Prince Charles' visit to New Zealand are being kept secret until next week.
6.49am: Mai Chen, the constitutional lawyer for the Kohanga Reo National Trust, says is important the Government apologise in light of a new report laying blame for the demise of Te Reo on the Government.
6.40am: Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band will play in Auckland and Christchurch in February during his Pacific Rim tour.
6.35am: The man who killed Christie Marceau, Akshay Chand, will be sentenced on kidnapping and assault charges today at the High Court in Auckland.