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Election 2014 - New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is refusing to rule out working with the Green Party in a governing arrangement with the Labour Party. (AUDIO)
A number of people have been arrested during a counter-terrorism operation in Sydney and Brisbane, police have confirmed. Twelve properties were raided in north-west Sydney.
Election 2014 - National has lost ground in the latest polls to an average of 47.5%. That would still get it back into office with the support of ACT and United Future.
Hamilton police are worried about a 13-year-old intellectually disabled girl last seen in the city in the early hours of the morning. She is wearing a pink hoodie and pyjama pants.
With another election looming on Saturday, what are some of the main political issues for tāngata whenua? Te Reo Māori, education, housing and employment are on the list.
Professional engineers want proposed new rules in the sector to be extended to include not only multi-storey buildings, but structures such as bridges and water treatment plants.
On the final day of campaigning before the Scottish independence referendum both sides have made emotional appeals to voters. Polls indicate the outcome is too close to call.
Kim Dotcom loomed over the last leaders' debate of the election campaign as Labour and National argued over who could most easily form a government.
The Kaitaia backpackers' lodge owner accused of drugging, indecently assaulting and photographing more than a dozen tourists will reappear in court this afternoon.
The party of Fiji's prime minister holds a commanding lead based on provisional results in the country's landmark election.
After three years together, Australian golfer Adam Scott and his Kiwi caddie Steve Williams have announced the end of their partnership, which included winning the US Masters.
A kaupapa Maori drug rehabilitation programme wants money seized from criminals to be put back into all community groups, not only Government agencies.
It appears certain Fonterra has lost the giant French food company Danone as a customer for good following the impact of last year's botulism scare. (AUDIO)
Lift your workplace productivity by up to 15%; no planning apps, to-do lists, or gadgets required...all you need is a pot plant in your office!
Apart from the pleasure his music gives, his Rameau's is an inspiration to late starters everywhere.
Gwen Dempster-Schouten cares for about 70 orphaned wallabies and a number of other displaced creatures at her enclosed wallaby park near Waimate.
Dr Siouxsie Wiles explains the world's first free-walking 'soft' robot, which can navigate all kinds of terrain, and survive being run over and set on fire.
Social provocateur Will Self's subject matter often includes mental illness, illegal drugs and psychiatry. His new novel is no exception.
Vote for your favourite classical music, and we will unveil the best loved orchestral works live at the Auckland Town Hall.
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