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The Green Party's new male co-leader has told Sunday Morning he would like to revive the party's memorandum of understanding with National. (AUDIO)
The South Island's West Coast may find economic salvation in a report written by an environmental lobby group.
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake has hit off Japan's Izu Islands, following an 8.5 magnitude quake off the Ogasawara Islands just before midnight.
The Highlanders have thrashed the Chiefs 36-9 in Invercargill to book their place in the playoffs for the second year running.
New Zealand have taken three wickets in the final eight overs on day two to fight their way back into the second test against England.
The Ministry for Primary Industries has recalled icecream exported to Hong Kong with excessive levels of coliform bacteria
The chief executive of New Zealand Football Andy Martin is hopeful Oceania will get an automatic berth into future FIFA World Cups.
The authorities in Paris say they'll no longer tolerate the practice of attaching padlocks as a symbol of love to the city's bridges.
The US has called for an "immediate and lasting halt" to land reclamation in disputed areas of the South China Sea.
A war crimes investigator stationed in Iraq believes New Zealand troops based at Camp Taji are not at any real risk from Islamic State fighters at the moment.
Iwi leaders have asked for a free stake in some of the 2,000 state homes being sold off in Tauranga and Invercargill.
Housing Minister Nick Smith has released details of surplus Crown land in Auckland that he says could provide 600 homes in the near future.
The president of Nauru has told a UN agency that Facebook has been used to create tension within families and it's a key reason it was banned.
An emergency summit on Asia's refugee crisis has agreed to work to improve security for people fleeing Bangladesh and Myanmar.
New Zealand have drawn 0-0 with Ukraine in the opening match of the Under-20 football World Cup at North Harbour Stadium in Auckland.
A selection of traditional and modern hymns including 'Holy! Holy! Holy!', 'Thou Whose Almighty Word' and 'Father Most Holy'.
A disturbing fable set in the timeless fantasy world of a travelling circus where the Ringmaster rules and dreadful secrets are buried and forgotten.
The Witcher 3’s masterful use of storytelling and game design makes for what is easily one of the greatest RPG experiences ever created.
A documentary by Swedish film director Fredrik Gerrten explores the relationship between cyclists, cars and urban design in cities around the world.
Music critic Nick Bollinger has spent thousands of hours listening to hundreds of albums. Here are the best from Aotearoa. #NZMM
Melody Thomas discusses the "bells and whistles" debut album and unique voice of Las Vegas shapeshifter Shamir.
A Mexican demon takes a terrible revenge on the world's internet users, and Mary Meeker's influential report on the state of the global internet comes out.
One of the country's most exciting sonic duos - a singing drummer and a guitarist singer own the stage at the Kings Arms in Auckland.
The curator of a David Lynch retrospective Between Two Worlds showing at the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane discusses the show.
A third of cannabis users say they have driven while under the influence while more than 40 percent say they use the drug for medicinal purposes.
The Auckland Council is applauding the Government's moves to free up Crown land for developers.
Green Party MP Kevin Hague says he is deeply disappointed to have lost the contest, after James Shaw was named new Green Party male co-leader.
The head of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat Dame Meg Taylor has called for greater commitment from member countries to collectively solve problems and help the Pacific reach its potential.
Ross Ulbricht, who set up and ran online illegal drugs emporium Silk Road, has been sentenced in New York to life imprisonment.
Luke Ronchi's hit a brilliant 88 off 70 balls on his Test debut to help the Black Caps' recovery against England in the second match in Leeds.
A Māngere budgeting service says the cost of Auckland's new transport network will trickle down and impact on vulnerable Māori families.
Business confidence has fallen sharply, indicating that firms expect the pace of economic growth to slow.
The industry body DairyNZ is advising southern dairy farmers to be careful about the amount of swedes they feed out to their cows over the winter and spring.
From our mountain parrot, the kea, to the bush-dwelling pipipi, to the urban house sparrow, a collection of bird stories and songs.
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