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Election 2014 - John Key is refusing to talk about a spy programme that NSA analyst turned whistleblower Edward Snowden says is subjecting NZers to mass surveillance. (VIDEO)
Election 2014 - National is facing another hurdle in its campaign, with the music publishers behind US rapper Eminem to take legal action over the party's use of a song in its campaign advert. (AUDIO)
The New Zealand and Australian governments are to spend more than $3 million in an attempt to develop a vaccine against rheumatic fever. (AUDIO)
The leaders of the three main British political parties have cut a deal to devolve more powers to Scotland if voters reject independence in Thursday's referendum.
Go to our Election 2014 page for the latest on the campaign trail, Poll of Polls, Power Play, our party leader VIDEOS, Fact or Fiction?,Ask Away and The Big Issues.
A man caught by a sniffer dog trying to take cash equivalent to $136,452 out of the country without declaring it has been convicted and fined in Auckland.
Ballot boxes have been delivered to the more than 1400 polling stations set up in Fiji in preparation for tomorrow's vote. Police say more than 3000 officers will assist with security.
With names like Julian Assange and Edward Snowden involved, Monday night's 'Moment of Truth' saw the issue of surveillance in NZ making headlines around the world.
Assessors from International Accreditation NZ are returning to the Christchurch City Council's consents department, as it struggles to regain its accreditation authority.
Polling booths are due to open at 7.30 this morning in Fiji's first election since the 2006 coup.
The Crusaders midfield back Ryan Crotty won't be available for the All Blacks next match in the Rugby Championship against Argentina in La Plata as he recovers from a cheek injury.
Maori Television has announced details of a restructure that could result in the loss of three jobs and the introduction of six senior management roles.
Infratil's sales of its Australian energy businesses for $A605 million, plus adjustments, is an outstanding success, analysts say. The company expects to book a profit of about $NZ350 million.
Find out what the fuss is about metadata: what it is, who might have your data and what it's used for.
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Australian journalist Antony Loewenstein discusses the worlds of privatised war and detention centres.
Missing persons expert Diane Rowe takes us on a dark ride through the underbelly of a city not prepared to give up its secrets easily.
Melody Thomas meets up with the Unknown Mortal Orchestra's frontman for a tour of the city he now calls home.
International workers have flooded into Christchurch to help with the rebuild, but who are they and what differences have they found in the lifestyle here?
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