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The body of a 40-year-old homeless man found in a cardboard bale at a recycling plant in Hamilton had been taken there by truck, police say.
A singlet thought to have been worn by Peter Snell at the 1964 Olympics is not authentic, Te Papa says - and it is calling off its $122,500 purchase. (AUDIO)
Armed police have cordoned off an area in Palmerston North after a wanted man fled from officers this morning.
Customs does not racially profile passengers entering New Zealand or target them because of their religion, the minister says.
The South Island's east coast has had its drought classification extended until the end of the year.
An Auckland man who horrifically tortured a woman for days with a hammer and pliers has been jailed for six-and-a-half years.
An Auckland health board needs to admit it has caused major pollution in a local lake and publicly apologise, a local Forest and Bird group says. (AUDIO)
A Porirua couple who work almost 80 hours a week still struggle to afford food for their two young children. (AUDIO)
Pop star Lorde has donated $20,000 to a group trying to feed hungry school pupils in the Hutt Valley that was struggling for funding.
Wellington City Council has been urged to show leadership and fix the Island Bay cycleway.
The second-biggest rough diamond ever found is on sale, one of three big diamonds found recently after a break of more than a century.
New Zealand is continuing to review security arrangements after this week's terrorist attack in Istanbul, says Prime Minister John Key.
Providing jobs for locals and protecting culturally significant sites has helped ease the anxiety of Te Ātiawa iwi about the Kapiti Expressway near Wellington.
A Vanuatu union leader says the restriction of social media access to government workers will limit public debate.
Sarb Johal discusses parental alienation, when one parent uses pyschological manipulation to turn a child against his or her ex. (AUDIO)
Author and futurist Richard Watson's latest book Digital vs Human: how we'll live, love, and think in the future - takes a long hard look at how emerging technology is steering our lives. (AUDIO)
Dave McKay has had three stints on the USS Enterprise – not the starship, the aircraft carrier. Bryan Crump finds out about life aboard. (AUDIO, GALLERY)
Veronika Meduna visits the site where scientists are building the world’s largest telescope which will be able to tune into the faintest radio hum from the universe in search of alien life and the cosmic dawn. (AUDIO)
On the streets of Wellington a running battle is fought week by week between scrawled names and the blank patchworks of paint that cover them. Lucy Smith meets the taggers and cleaners in the middle. (AUDIO)
Oceanographer Lionel Carter speaks with Kathryn Ryan about his work for the International Cable Protection Committee that aims to better protect the global fibre-optic cable network from marine hazards. (AUDIO, GALLERY)
Australian biomedical engineer Dr Jordan Nguyen has invented a mind-controlled wheelchair that can be directed using electrical energy from the brain for a young boy with cerebral palsy. (AUDIO)
HMNZS Te Kaha has arrived at Pearl Harbor to take part in the world's largest maritime warfare exercise.
Turkey is observing a national day of mourning after a suicide attack on Istanbul's Ataturk airport killed 41 people, including 13 foreign nationals.
The steel used in NZ's biggest road project is up-to-standard and safe, Transport Minister Simon Bridges says, following questions about its testing. (AUDIO)
The Māori Party's flagship Whānau Ora programme is under pressure to tell the public what it's achieving with millions of dollars of funding.
The Papua New Guinea government has been given until July 15th to end the initial processing of the Manus Island asylum seekers.
A Taranaki environmental group is calling for an end to landfarming in the province.
Australia's two largest milk processors have cut milk prices for the coming season to no more than $5 per kg.
The Blues will be boosted by the return of All Blacks Jerome Kaino, Patrick Tuipulotu, and Ofa Tu'ungafasi for Saturday day night's Super rugby match against the Hurricanes in Wellington.
ANALYSIS: The study into the future needs of Auckland's port will disappoint those looking for new insights into whether the council-owned port should stay or go.
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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