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Election 2014 - Both United Future leader Peter Dunne and Act MP David Seymour are angling for ministerial positions in a new government. (VIDEO)
The Islamic State insurgency has called on supporters to kill soldiers and civilians in Australia, the United States and Europe, in a speech by its spokesman.
An anaesthetist could face legal action for refusing to give a woman adequate pain relief during a Caesarean, leaving her scared to have another child, the health watchdog says. (AUDIO)
Election 2014 - Labour needs to take a serious look at how it relates to the public following Saturday's disastrous election result, senior MP Grant Robertson says. (AUDIO)
A Queenstown police officer who abused a taxi driver has been discharged without conviction, after the judge ruled convicting her would have career implications. (AUDIO)
An Auckland teacher accused of inappropriately touching female students as young as eight years old while in class has been cleared of all charges after a jury trial. (AUDIO)
Australia's government will seek broad new security powers to combat what it says is a rising threat from militant Islamists, following counter-terrorism raids last week.
Dirty Politics author Nicky Hager does not believe National Party advisor Jason Ede - named in the book as John Key's "black ops man" - has resigned voluntarily. (AUDIO)
Yoga mats, flowers, coffee and cufflinks contributed to the more than $1.2 million Christchurch City Council staff have spent on entertainment and expenses in the past year.
Fiji's President has sworn Frank Bainimarama into office as prime minister at a ceremony in Suva after a landslide win in Fiji's first election in eight years.
The All Blacks first five Aaron Cruden accepts there may be further disciplinary action after being dropped from the side for upcoming tests against Argentina and South Africa. (AUDIO)
A campaigner for the winner of the Western Māori seat says the election was divisive for Maori, causing splits within some whanau due to differences in political allegiances.
Fonterra's financial result for the year ended 31 July will be issued later this week, with profit expected to be about $0.5 billion less then it earned the year before.
Rock historian Simon Grigg talks about the online noisy library of New Zealand music.
Dinner Lab turns the culinary arts on its head, with the concept being driven by the crowd rather than the chefs.
Tributes to one of New Zealand's great sonic architects.
Being without Facebook for eight weeks pales into comparison with the fact that China's internet censorship works.
The 2014 Heartland Championships in provincial rugby is taking place around Aotearoa – Justine Murray finds out what grassroots rugby means to hapu and iwi.
A selection of Kate de Goldi's reviews of children's books from the Saturday Morning archives.
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