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Two designers of the CTV building are to be interviewed by police as part of a criminal investigation into the building's collapse in February 2011, which killed 115 people. (AUDIO)
About 80 police officers remain in Ashburton investigating yesterday's shooting at a Work and Income office in which two women died and another was seriously injured. (VIDEO)
Former music and drama teacher Charles Harter has pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting nine children he had contact with while teaching at Havelock North Primary School.
The Serious Fraud Office has laid charges against two people over what it says is about $2 million dollars worth of fraudulent invoices to power company Mighty River Power.
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Ashburton remains in shock after the daylight killing of two of its residents and a manhunt which swept through the district. We went above the town this morning to see where events unfolded. (VIDEO)
Ukrainian forces have suffered a series of setbacks, including being forced to withdraw from Luhansk airport, as pro-Russian rebels advance in the east of the country.
The Green Party is proposing to lift the minimum wage to $18 an hour by 2017 and to introduce a living wage for the Government sector. (VIDEO)
Prime Minister John Key has announced CERA would be merged into the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, if a National government was re-elected.
The Kiribati parliament has passed the first reading of the amendment to the penal code to adopt the death penalty.
The Canterbury shot-putter Tom Walsh has beaten a strong field at the a World Challenge Meeting in Zagreb, Croatia.
A review of a board election at a troubled Far North kura last year has found some parents and staff did not know it was happening. The Commissioner said he was seeking a legal opinion.
Global commodity prices for the country's exports have fallen for the sixth successive month. The commodity price index declined by 3.3% in August, from the previous month.
A personal story of being helped by community mental health and addiction services, and providers describe serious funding issues.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle heads to Kilbirnie Mosque for the opening of Islamic Awareness Week.
The Hidden Adze: Why did we go to Afghanistan? What did we do there? And why did we hear so little about it?
Mark Gee has taken his passion for photography, coupled it with stargazing and become one of the world's best astrophotographers.
British journalist and author John Lanchester whose new book is How to Speak Money: What the Money People Say - and What They Really Mean.
A selection of the composer's vocal, chamber and organ works, much of it recorded on North German instruments that Buxtehude would have known.
US soldier Stephen Snyder-Hill talks about his 20-year journey as a gay man in the army and his role at the forefront of the US gay rights movement.
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