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- Mike Tyson granted Australian visa for tour
- Craig Bellamy turns down Warriors - report
- Legal high manufacturers stung in new regulations
- A 4.3 magnitude quake strikes Christchurch
8.22pm: French anti-terror police have found bomb-making material and weapons while investigating suspected radical Islamists across France.
7.50pm: Smoking has been banned from patrolled beaches in Australian state of Victoria.
6.30pm: The New Zealand Falcon has been crowned Forest & Bird's Bird of the Year.
5.26pm: The Australian Government has granted Mike Tyson a visa to visit the country's shores for his Day of Champions tour in November.
4.21pm: A 23-year-old man has been arrested for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old Masterton girl last month. He will appear in court tomorrow on charges of abduction, assault, sexual violation and robbery.
4.11pm: Security is being ramped up around Bali after authorities received intelligence about a terrorist threat targeting the 2002 bombing anniversary ceremony.
3.54pm: The chance of more hairy mutant calves is less likely than winning lotto, Federated Farmers says. The group is in its last meeting before facing legal action over the cattle.
3.24 pm: Simon Dallow brings you the latest news from NZ and around the world.
3.06pm: A methamphetamine ring in Hawke's Bay has been busted by police in what is thought to to be the second major take out in as many months.
2.59pm: Police are investigating the death of a 10-year-old boy this morning after he was discovered under a quad bike at a South Wairarapa address.
2.40pm: Three men face drugs charges after police found $20,000 cash, drugs and drug equipment in an Adelaide motel room.
1.33pm: New costs and penalties for those wanting to manufacture legal highs have been announced by Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne. These include $180,000 in estimated application fees as well as $1 million - $2 million for testing each product.
1.14pm: The cyclist killed in a crash south of Whangarei on Sunday has been named. He was Francis Pinson, 66, from Onehunga in Auckland.
12.24pm Treasury accounts show that Government is broadly on track to meet its surplus target in 2014/15.
12.12pm All Whites Ryan Nelsen and Winston Reid are still in London receiving treatment for injuries suffered for their clubs over the weekend.
11.58am A 4.3 magnitude earthquake has struck 15 kilometres east of Christchurch at a depth of 11km.
11.31am A rogue disk of Kiwis' personal information , captured while Google was mapping its Street View service, has been discovered.
11.09am A man who shot at a police officer has pleaded guilty this morning.
10.33am Man accused of stabbing a 95-year-old war veteran in the head has been let off a charge of attempted murder.
10.14am The Canterbury Earthquakes Royal Commission has released the second part of its final report into the failure of 21 buildings in the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
10.08am Kim Dotcom's lawyers have failed in an attempt to have charges thrown out of a US court .
9.40am The Kiwi dollar has fallen to 81.84 US cents.
9.23am Pop superstar Lady Gaga has spent five hours visiting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in London.
8.44am Mexico says it has killed the leader of a brutal gang responsible with committing some of the worst atrocities in the countrys continuing drug war, but where is the body?
7.55am All Blacks captain Richie McCaw told TV ONE's Breakfast he decided to write his autobiography because he had a story to tell. "I just wanted to show people a little insight into what I went through and what it takes to win the Rugby World Cup."
7.47am Stand Up spokesperson James Sleep told TV ONE's Breakfast $10.80 was not enough for teenagers to live on. "A lot of young people, 16 to 19, actually are facing the rising cost of living, they're paying for things other people are paying for and I don't know how anyone can live on $10.80 an hour."
7.31am Reports from Sydney suggest the Warriors will employ a "caretaker" until Melbourne supremo Craig Bellamy becomes available.
7.22am Womens wear retailer Shanton has gone into receivership due to difficult trading conditions.
7.13am Wellington strip club The Mermaid Bar has been forced to close for a night after it served alcohol to an intoxicated man who later died in a drain.
7.09am NZ Retailers Association spokesperson Louise Evans McDonald told TV ONE's Breakfast employers are unlikely to drop young employees after the six month time frame where they are able to be paid 80% of the minimum wage. "Now if you have invested all that time and energy in that six months, you are not going to want to waste that and let people go."
7.00am Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner's attempt to parachute jump from the edge of space has been delayed until tomorrow due to gusty winds.