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Election 2014 - The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security will investigate claims the Security Intelligence Service declassified information and gave it to a blogger. (VIDEO)
Mighty River Power is indicating its prices could come down on the back of a big profit rise - but it will not say by how much or when. It has reported a $212 million net profit. (AUDIO)
Jihadist militant group the Islamic State has released a video online purporting to show the beheading of United States journalist James Foley, who went missing in Syria in 2012.
Election 2014 - The Greens and Labour will send the country back into deficit if elected, Prime Minister John Key says, as political parties revisit spending promises. (AUDIO)
A new video aimed at helping teenagers step in and stop sexual violence at parties has been released. It targets those aged 15 to 18 and was sparked by recent scandals. (VIDEO)
Glen Scanlon is Radio New Zealand's new head of digital media. Mr Scanlon, who is currently the editor at stuff.co.nz, is expected to join the public broadcaster in October.
Icelandic authorities began evacuating people and emergency services are on alert, after warnings that the country's largest volcano - the Bardarbunga - is as risk of eruption.
Election 2014 - The Labour Party will establish an Aged Care Working Group to implement a range of changes in the sector if elected to government, leader David Cunliffe says.
A Ngapuhi kaumatua has lodged a claim for up to $2.3 billion for government delays in settling the land claims of Tai Tokerau hapu. The figure includes accrued interest.
The Papua New Guinea police say they are searching for two foreigners and a local man over the killing of an Iranian asylum seeker on Manus Island in February.
They may be missing two of their most influential players, but the All Blacks are adamant their game plan won't change for Saturday's second Bledisloe Cup test in Auckland.
The issue of whether or not to create a public holiday to commemorate the historic Maori land wars will be decided after the election, Prime Minister John Key says. (AUDIO)
The New Zealand dollar fell more than half a US cent today following last night's global dairy auction and the release of some key economic data from the United States.
Sonia Sly finds out about the children's opera Brundibár, which was composed in 1938 by Jewish-Czech composer Hans Krása.
The Māori word of the week is: engari. Kei te pai au, engari kei te tangi ia. I'm ok, but she's crying.
Lemon and Lime Roast Chicken, Polenta with Roast Mediterranean Vegetables and Balsamic Syrup, Roast Duck with Glazed French Fancy Figs and Crushed Kumara, Roast Pork with Fennel...
Carol Stiles meets Ni Vanuatu workers Jackson Novoi and Jake David who are in NZ under the Recognised Seasonal Employment scheme.
Kim Hill talks with Dr David Carlson, director of the World Climate Research Programme in Geneva, who will be speaking at World Science Week NZ.
Thomas Goss explores how movies portray composers as lovers, heroes, spiritual figures, and even madmen
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