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The police say a rash of threats have been made to Work and Income offices since Monday's shooting in Ashburton, including a window being smashed at the Nelson office this morning.
Police say that a major armed police operation that closedlarge parts of State Highway 26 in the Coromandel has been now been resolved after shots were fired earlier today.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the killing of American journalists by Islamic State jihadists. Footage of Steven Sotloff being beheaded emerged today.
The Office of the Ombudsman will look at complaints about Foreign Minister Murray McCully's decision not to release official information about the Malaysian diplomat case.
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A Queenstown police officer's racist tirade toward a taxi driver is making headlines around the world.
A monument to remember 300,000 Nazi victims with physical and mental disabilities or chronic illnesses has opened in Berlin - the city's fourth monument to Nazi victims.
Labour has affirmed family homes held in trusts would not be subject to its capital gains tax policy. David Cunliffe stumbled over the question in a debate. (AUDIO)
Auckland's central city is home to some of the region's poorest people, living in tiny overcrowded apartments which are threatening to turn some areas into slums.
Voting at polling stations around Fiji has started in the country's landmark election, the first since the ousting of the last elected government in 2006.
The United States captain Tom Watson has choosen Keegan Bradley, Hunter Mahan and Webb Simpson as his wildcard picks for this month's Ryder Cup against holders Europe.
The people of Pouakani are considering their next legal move, after the Supreme Court failed to back their claim to a a 32 kilometre section of the Waikato riverbed.
New Zealand's largest banks, institutions and companies are turning to overseas wholesale markets to borrow rather than raising debt at comparatively low interest rates here.
The man behind the Jack Reacher series talks about the success of his stories, his writing process and his use of marijuana.
One of the leading voices in the field of climate change talks about why NZ needs to take the reins in climate change leadership.
British journalist and author John Lanchester whose new book is How to Speak Money: What the Money People Say - and What They Really Mean.
The inaugural CEO of Callaghan Innovation Dr Mary Quin lays out her ideas for unlocking New Zealand's potential in the Reeves Lecture 2014.
The actor, comedian and singer makes a long-awaited return to the big screen in a local horror film.
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