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New Zealanders have flocked to Melbourne for the Cricket World Cup final - but the Aussies are doing all they can to make today all about the team in gold.
The New Zealand First leader, Winston Peters, is warning the Government not to ignore the message in his win in the Northland by-election.
A large group is protesting against deep sea oil drilling in central Auckland.
The Germanwings co-pilot thought to have deliberately crashed his Airbus in the French Alps predicted "one day everyone will know my name", his ex-girlfriend says.
LIVE with New Zealand cricket fans in Melbourne, Auckland and Wellington as the Black Caps prepare to take on Australia in the World Cup final.
Terminally ill New Zealand cricket great Martin Crowe has written a moving piece ahead of tomorrow's world cup final, saying it will likely be the last match he sees.
China is moving to boost its links with individuals in the Pacific. As Insight has been discovering it's just the latest stage in Beijing's ever growing interest in the region. (AUDIO)
A commemoration service is underway at Wellington's National War Memorial for surviving members of the Royal New Zealand Air Force Number 41 Squadron.
It would be a huge loss if Auckland loses hosting rights for an America's Cup qualifying regatta, the Auckland Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry says.
What's it going to take for the New Zealand cricket team to make history and become world champions?
Auckland mayor Len Brown wants to work with the Ports of Auckland to come up with another date for building its controversial wharf extensions.
Powerplay with Brent Edwards - Is our security being compromised by the spy agency's failure to focus solely on potential and real threats?
The prosecution in a trial of French Polynesia's disgraced former president, Gaston Flosse, has requested a two-year jail sentence.
The chief executive of Apple, Tim Cook, has announced he is donating most of his wealth to charity before he dies.
The Bulls have beaten the Crusaders 31-19 in their Super Rugby match in Pretoria to climb above the now ninth-placed Crusaders up to seventh.
- The three best and worst ways to modify a child’s behavior
- Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
- Northland candiates debate main issues before vote
- Is the BBC punishing Savile whistleblowers?
- Police target 1080 activists after contamination threat
A pianist of outstanding technique and insight, who was enjoying a successful international career, Richard Farrell died in a car crash in 1958 at the age of just 31.
An organisation in Bangladesh is using mobile technology and a location-based system to get medics to the scene of accidents quickly.
A decade ago two Aucklanders removed the cattle from a farm near Whangarei and converted the 540 hectares into a bee farm and successful eco-sanctuary.
A selection of prayer-related hymns, including 'All Glory', 'Laud and Honour' and the spiritual 'Ride On, King Jesus!'.
Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit - Melody Thomas discusses the downbeat debut of Melbourne singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett.
The history of a little garment with a big impact.
Biz Bell has been studying black petrels since 1995 and says that the species is at risk from commercial fishing.
Allegations that the GCSB spied on applicants to the role of director-general of the World Trade Organisation in an effort to help NZ’s candidate have opposition parties demanding answers.
A series of obsessive collectors talk about why just listening to music just isn’t enough for these fans.
"Mum and dad" sellers using Trade Me will not be targeted by Inland Revenue, the site says.
The official search for Dutch tourist Ken Boogers, who was last seen in Golden Bay a week ago, has been suspended.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has swept to victory in the Northland by-election with almost 54 percent of the vote.
The International Red Cross says communities in Vanuatu need to be better prepared for future cyclones.
Thousands of people gathered in tribute to Lee Kuan Yew, who died last Monday at the age of 91.
The Blues remain winless and dead last in Super Rugby, falling to a sixth straight defeat as the champion New South Wales Waratahs won 23-11 in Sydney.
A South Taranaki tribe has accepted an apology from the Crown for illegally detaining their ancestors in the South Island in the 1800s. (AUDIO)
Businesses are spending more on research and development, with growth being led by computer services.
The Commerce Commission is set to approve a merger of the country's remaining wool scouring operations, even though it will create a monopoly.
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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