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An Islamic State video has appeared which purports to show the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff. The 31-year-old disappeared in Syria in 2013.
Election 2014 - 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)
Spring might be slightly warmer than usual, with National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research data showing average or above average temperatures are likely.
The Ashburton Returned and Services Association will hold a minute's silence tomorrow for a member killed in Monday's shooting at the town's Work and Income office. (AUDIO)
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Police face major hurdles before being able to make any kind of prosecution over the collapse of the CTV building, a lawyer for families of victims says. (AUDIO)
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.
There's been a heated exchange between National and other parties over the role of offshore investors in Auckland's property market, at an election debate in the city.
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.
The President of French Polynesia, Gaston Flosse, has been acquitted of corruption over the purchase of an atoll at an overvalued price.
The Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney says he's excited to have the Colombian striker Radamel Falcao joining the club meaning their are now 3 world class players up front.
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.
Dairy prices have nearly halved since February, after a further 6 percent fall to $US2782 per tonne of milkpowder in the international GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight. (AUDIO)
Lynda Chanwai-Earle heads to Kilbirnie Mosque for the opening of Islamic Awareness Week.
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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Discussions with party leaders, portfolio holders and potential politicians prior to the 2014 Election.
Updates on two crucial projects for the Christchurch arts sector – a new music centre and the soon to be unveiled restored Isaac Theatre Royal.
Simon Morton heads to the coast with Hugh Roberston in search of the fluttering shearwater.
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