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The long-awaited police review into the Crewe murders 44 years ago has failed to answer the questions who killed the couple and why a police officer was not prosecuted for corruption. (VIDEO)
The Government will take over the running of the Novopay payroll system and has reached a cash settlement with Australian company Talent2. Principals welcome the change. (AUDIO)
The Israeli bombardment has left large parts of Gaza in ruins. The United Nations says its resources are at breaking point, with 200,000 people sheltering in its buildings.
The closest thing New Zealand has to a sure bet, Valerie Adams, competes on day 7 of the Commonwealth Games for a gold in the shot put and looks unlikely to be troubled.
The US has applied to permanently take control of Kim Dotcom's assets as a court considers a freeze on them. He must also reveal what he has to film studios trying to sue him. (AUDIO)
A CAA official says an investigation by the organisation following a balloon crash in Wairarapa did not consider evidence of cannabis found in pilot Lance Hopping's body. (AUDIO)
The United States and the European Union have agreed the toughest sanctions yet against Russia over its support for rebels in Ukraine. Moscow denies it is supplying weapons.
The Crown was under pressure to give Christchurch residents timely decisions about quake-damaged land in 2011, the Supreme Court has been told.
New Zealand's Foreign Minister says he plans to meet the President of Nauru during this week's leaders summit to discuss his concerns about the suspension of a group of opposition MPs.
The lives of eight Auckland tenants and their families are being changed for the better with help from a "small but mighty" Northland housing trust.
Eight of the country's top fencers sweat their way through a gruelling six hour event to see who can erect the strongest, straightest and tidiest fence.
Eminent historian Professor Margaret MacMillan explores the origins of the First World War, and the contemporary parallels to what happened a century ago.
Spinach Pies from Crete, Caramelised Fennel, Mint and Toasted Almond Pie, Hearty Tamarillo Bourguignon Pie, Chicken and Salsify Pie...
Movie-makers and actors, videos and ephemera related to the NZ International Film Festival 2014.
We sent Hollie Fullbrook away with a portable recorder to capture the sounds and stresses of European touring.
Te Awanui 'Awa' Reeder joins Emma Smith in studio for a kōrero and presents some of his contemporary Māori music essentials.
David Steemson drops in on Eric Von Hurst, one of only two certified kilt makers in New Zealand.
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