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Two men are facing the the first people-trafficking charges to be laid in New Zealand. If convicted, they face up to 20 years' jail or a fine of $500,000 - or both.
Election 2014 - Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater has returned to New Zealand and laid a complaint with police over leaked emails revealed in the book Dirty Politics.
Election 2014 - The Prime Minister says the GCSB operates within the law, following new revelations by Edward Snowden indicating NZ spies are sharing metadata with the US.
The judge sentencing a man for the rape and murder of a woman says his actions were barbaric and inhumane. Aaron McDonald spat as he left the dock and must serve at least 21 years.
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A group representing the country's airlines is defending the cost of regional air travel, saying Air New Zealand is not the only one flying the routes. (VIDEO)
A nine-year-old girl in the United States has killed her shooting instructor by accident while being shown how to use a high-powered submachine gun. Charles Vacca was shot in the head.
The latest Herald-Digi poll shows support for National rising, support for Labour and the Greens down and puts NZ First at 5 percent - enough to get list MPs elected to Parliament.
Aucklanders face higher rates rises over the next decade, and a stark choice about having to pay extra if they want all of the city's major transport projects delivered.
The commander of the Fiji military has told political parties campaigning for next month's election to refrain from promoting discriminatory policies.
The New Zealand golfer, Lydia Ko, is taking a week off after having a procedure to drain a cyst on her wrist in a bid to be fit for the year's final major.
The Maori Party says it wants to make Te Reo compulsorily available in all schools and increase funding for Maori language teacher trainees.
Qantas has suffered a massive $A2.8 billion loss - the biggest in the airline's history - following another poor performance from its international division and its battle with rival Virgin.
The architect of Christchurch's cardboard cathedral talks about providing shelter, community centres and spiritual places in post disaster zones.
There is still some way to go before women scientists in New Zealand achieve equality in representation and recognition.
Artist Johnson Witehira's portfolio ranges from typography, tee-shirts, street art to Māori-themed wallpaper.
Celia Lashlie says boys learn through action and consequence - and the consequence must be clear.
A survey asking Hamiltonians how they define themselves has led to a multimedia exhibition at Waikato Museum.
The full extent of our 'e-waste' problem isn't known – but recycling can only ever be part of the solution.
One of this country’s foremost photographers, Peter Peryer, reflects on a lifetime of looking through a lens.
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