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Election 2014 - Labour says most New Zealanders won't believe Prime Minister John Key when he says he did not know that the SIS was going to release information to a blogger in 2011. (AUDIO)
Whether it's poverty, housing or education on your mind, Radio New Zealand has teamed up with Ask Away to let you raise your issues directly with election candidates.
The first remains of the 43 Malaysians killed in the MH17 disaster when the plane was shot down over war-torn Ukraine in July have returned home to a national day of mourning.
Attempts by writer Darren Watson to remove his satirical music video Planet Key from the internet have been thwarted by enthusiasts who keep putting it back on-line.
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards says his office is considering naming and shaming agencies that break the rules on personal information.
The people of Tuhoe have accepted an apology from the Crown for killing their ancestors and brutally taking their land, but say they will never forget what happened. (AUDIO)
Islamic State Jihadists who killed US freelance journalist James Foley had requested that a $US132m ransom be paid to them for him to be released, his employer has said.
The former head of the Sensible Sentencing Trust, Garth McVicar, has made it to number three on the Conservative Party list. He is contesting the Napier seat.
The Dunedin City Council has laid a police complaint claiming 152 of its fleet vehicles were sold and the money pocketed. The council is alleging a $1.5 million fraud.
An investigation is underway in Fiji, after a man died after allegedly being beaten by police.
The Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie has thrown the All Blacks' refereeing complaints back in their faces ahead of the second Bledisloe Cup Test at Eden Park.
The Crown has returned a historic flag to Ngai Tuhoe, to help restore injustices the iwi has suffered at the hands of the Crown. The move came as part of a formal apology. (AUDIO)
Sky Network Television's net profit rose almost 21 percent, due in part to it gaining more customers and charging higher fees for its programme packages. (AUDIO)
A collection of conversations with poets about poetry, including some poems.
The Government fast-tracked its ban on shark finning this week, in part because of pressure from campaigners like Taylor Finderup.
The voices of the men and women who were there to tell the story of New Zealand in the First World War.
The biggest thing to come out of Hamilton since powdered milk joins Music 101 in the studio perform unique versions of songs from The Golden Echo.
A collection of audio which explores the history of the Treaty of Waitangi, drawn from the Sound Archives / Ngā Taonga Kōrero collection.
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