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BREAKING NEWS - John Banks says he's innocent, plans to appeal
Former ACT leader John Banks has been sentenced to community work for filing a false electoral return but says he is innocent and will appeal his conviction.
Israel and Hamas have agreed to a 72-hour ceasefire in their conflict in the Gaza Strip though it appeared Israeli ground forces would not withdraw. (AUDIO)
Most Wellington Regional Hospital doctors continue working when they're sick, even if they have an infectious disease and could be putting patients at risk, a survey shows.
You know the election is not far away when political parties start ramping up the rhetoric on race relations. The race debate has flared on two different fronts this week.
World Health Organisation head Margaret Chanand and the leaders of West African nations affected by the Ebola outbreak are to announce a joint $100 million response plan.
Electricity demand has fallen for the third year in a row - yet prices have continued to rise. Residential demand fell 3.7 percent from 2011-13, while prices jumped 6 percent.
Pacific leaders have issued a challenge to developed countries to talk less and do more about climate change, and to help small island nations protect their fisheries. (AUDIO)
Personal medical details were among a series of documents blown from a Christchurch City Council carpark into the streets below. (AUDIO)
The FijiFirst party is calling on the Electoral Commission to address intimidation of its supporters.
Musicologist Samantha Owens introduces us to some of the working German musicians who visited to our shores from the 1850s up until the outbreak of World War I.
Scientists have proved that some plants do respond to sound. So was Prince Charles right, and should we be talking to them?
Photos and conversation about restoring New Zealand caravans to their former glory.
Meet big shark experts & little shark fans at a shark dissection and hear the latest about great whites.
Movie-makers and actors, videos and ephemera related to the NZ International Film Festival 2014.
Jeremy Rose talks to Professor Shaun Holt about the pros and cons of natural therapies in the treatment of cancer.
A new exhibition at Toitu-Otago Settlers Museum looks at the effect of World War One on Dunedin and its people.
Teaching children how to play chess gives them strategies for life, as seen in the film inspired by this Gisborne club.
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