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Fonterra managers have announced a fall in annual net profit of 78 percent, and the dairy giant has revised down this year's milk payout for a second time to $5.30 a kilo of solids.
Pike River owner Solid Energy is refusing to give a timeline on when the West Coast mine might be re-entered. Documents have revealed WorkSafe judges it safe to go in. (AUDIO)
Police have tracked down the victim of an attempted mugging in Auckland that left a woman who went to help with serious head injuries. (VIDEO)
Officials raided a Hawke's Bay-based fishing company's operations around the country this morning to secure evidence in an investigation into suspected fishing quota fraud.
As Auckland tries to house its bulging population, the city is being warned that losing prime agricultural land may mean it struggles to feed its people.
Lawyers for two boys charged with killing a west Auckland dairy owner say their trial may not be able to go ahead in November as scheduled.
US President Barack Obama has vowed to continue the fight against Islamic State militants after the first American-led air-strikes targeting the group in Syria.
National has said employment law changes are a priority in the first 100 days in Government. Economics correspondent Patrick O'Meara looks at the proposals.
The personal home of the designer behind Rotorua's famous Bathhouse has been demolished after developers could not find a buyer for it - or even give it away. (AUDIO)
World leaders at the United Nations climate change summit in New York have heard how climate change is a challenge that few want to take on.
Liverpool have snuck into the fourth round of English football's League Cup after a record 14-13 penalty shoot-out win over second-tier Middlesbrough at Anfield.
Cultural property rights, the impact of mining and climate change are the issues being raised by Maori at the UN's first World Indigenous Conference being held in New York.
Kathmandu has ambitions for strong growth, mostly in Australia, but its incoming boss is cautious about the outlook for this year. The company posted a 4.5 percent drop in profit.
More oil exploration means more money, but what will the impact be on New Zealand's clean, green image?
Missing persons expert Diane Rowe takes us on a dark ride through the underbelly of a city not prepared to give up its secrets easily.
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Rock historian Simon Grigg talks about the online noisy library of New Zealand music.
In the light of the controversial Five Eyes international surveillance operation, Wayne Brittenden looks at the implications and related surveillance issues.
The founder of the One Percent Collective, Pat Shepherd talks about his little idea that inspired a lot of people.
From stick insects to kahikatea, a new book takes an eclectic look at New Zealand nature.
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