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Newsmen feared dead in outback chopper crash

Three members of an ABC news team are feared dead in a helicopter crash at Lake Eyre in South Australia.

Happy Feet to head home

Happy Feet to head home

The emperor penguin who became world famous when he washed up on a Kapiti Coast beach in June will return home at the end of this month.

Man dead in West Coast mine

A 59-year-old coal miner suffered an apparent heart attack and died while underground in the Roa Mine on the West Coast yesterday morning.

Adidas cancels All Black party

Adidas cancels All Black party

Adidas' public relations disaster spiralled further out of control last night, with the global sport giant cancelling a glitzy party tonight to celebrate the All Blacks.

Baldwin eyes NY mayor job

Baldwin eyes NY mayor job

Alec Baldwin says he's thinking of running for mayor of New York, but not until he learns more about the job.

League: Souths embarrass woeful Eels

League: Souths embarrass woeful Eels

Five tries from Nathan Merritt helped a rampant South Sydney humiliate a woeful Parramatta 56-6 in a one-sided NRL contest at ANZ Stadium on Monday night.

Unemployment rate stays steady

Unemployment rate stays steady

New Zealand's unemployment rate has declined this year as businesses kept staff on deck amid an improving economic recovery.

EU trade beefed up

EU trade beefed up

New Zealand has got another hoof in the European trade door with a European Union decision to allow access of a quota for grain-fed high quality beef.

OCR remains at record low

OCR remains at record low

The Reserve Bank has left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at a record low 2.5%.

Labour releases balloons for Norway victims

Labour Party members gathered on Parliament's steps today to release red balloons in memory of their counterparts and other victims who died in Norway's mass shooting and bombing at the weekend.