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The North Island is in line to be hit by smoke and haze from bushfires currently raging in Australia, after the South Island received a dusting on New Year's Day. Audio
New South Wales Rural Fire Service is warning tourists to leave the South Coast ahead of more dangerous bushfire conditions this weekend.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said he is ending the suspension of nuclear and long-range missile tests put in place during talks with the US.
A German zoo has confirmed that its "worst fears have become a reality" after a fire destroyed an enclosure, killing almost all its monkeys.
Seven people have died and 176 homes have been destroyed by devastating bushfires that hit southern New South Wales yesterday.
The United States says it is deploying 750 soldiers to the Middle East after protesters in Baghdad attacked a US embassy.
Stories of survival are emerging after intense bushfires swept across Victoria in Australia, destroying at least 43 properties and burning hundreds of thousands of hectares of land.
The ashes of a teenage boy, stolen from his family's car, have been recovered after a tearful phone call from the alleged thief.
Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has reportedly travelled to Lebanon after leaving Japan, media outlets say.
Hong Kong will end 2019 with multiple protests planned for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day aimed at disrupting festivities and shopping in the Asian financial hub.
A volunteer firefighter has died and two others have been injured while working on a fire burning near the Victorian border, the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) has confirmed.
Greta Thunberg's father has said he thought it was "a bad idea" for his daughter to take to the "front line" of the battle against climate change.
Tens of thousands of residents and holidaymakers in the Australian state of Victoria have been told to evacuate amid worsening bushfire conditions.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has claimed a "huge win" in a vote that challenged his leadership of the Likud party.
Typhoon Phanfone has killed at least 16 people in the Philippines, leaving a trail of devastation through the centre of the country.
Hong Kong anti-government protesters marched through shopping centres, chanting pro-democracy slogans and forcing one mall to close , as police fired tear gas to disperse crowds.
Wildlife carers in Australia are ready to work around the clock over Christmas, preparing for more admissions particularly for baby animals stressed by hot weather, bushfires and drought.
The town of Balmoral in Sydney is left decimated as the NSW Rural Fire Service says two bushfires in the Blue Mountains area have joined together.
French President Emmanuel Macron has appealed to transport unions to suspend strikes that threaten travel chaos over the Christmas holidays.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has conceded he caused "great anxiety in Australia" by taking a family holiday in Hawaii as bushfires burned across Australia.