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Social Development Minister Paula Bennett says the Government is making progress to reduce child poverty, despite a new report showing that a quarter of New Zealand's children are living in poverty.
Disability lobby group IHC is suing the Ministry of Education Ministry over alleged breaches of the Human Rights Act.
Prime Minister John Key has rejected criticism that he should have included an anti-apartheid activist in the New Zealand delegation attending a memorial service for Nelson Mandela.
The world's largest marine mammal conference has been told the New Zealand Government has left a rare type of dolphin on a definite path to extinction.
A mother-of-three says the lack of rental properties in earthquake-hit Christchurch has left her no option but to move her family into a tent in one of the city's parks.
A series of panel discussions recorded before an audience at the Auckland Museum.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle meets local-born and immigrant Asian New Zealanders to talk culture, lifestyle, politics, religion, arts, music and more.
Veronika Meduna’s blog from the Spirit of Mawson Antarctic expedition.
CYF opened its doors to reporter Mani Dunlop, giving her a glimpse of what really happens at the agency
David Bowie's visit to Takapuwahia Marae in Porirua in 1983. Image courtesy of Ngati Toa.
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