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The police have been strongly criticised for failing to properly investigate serial rapist Malcolm Rewa, including failing to check his alibi after a victim identified him.
The driver of the train which crashed into a concrete barrier at a Lower Hutt station in May was found to have the active ingredient for cannabis in his system, a report shows.
Parliament has passed a significant Treaty milestone with the final reading of legislation to settle Tuhoe's claim with the Crown. The settlement creates a new legal body for Te Urewera.
The Reserve Bank has increased its benchmark interest rate to 3.5 percent, in the fourth hike this year. Governor Graham Wheeler signalled further increases are on hold for now.
Film-makers who visited to the Galapagos Islands tell Nine to Noon how they stumbled on a murder mystery involving a group of Germans who tried to make their own utopia.
New Zealand police are to help with identifying some of the victims from the Malaysian airliner tragedy. Three officers are on their way to the Netherlands, where some of the bodies are.
Bells pealed and flags flew at half mast in a solemn ceremony as the first bodies of victims from the Malaysian airliner tragedy arrived at an air force base in the Netherlands.
A 16-year-old unlicensed driver is dead and two other people are injured after a head-on collision near Pahiatua, in Wairarapa, on Wednesday night.
France's highest court has upheld a major corruption sentence given to the French Polynesian president Gaston Flosse last year.
Cliff Curtis tells the story behind the inspirational local film about chess, community and mental health.
A collection of audio which explores the history of the Treaty of Waitangi, drawn from the Sound Archives / Ngā Taonga Kōrero collection.
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The challenges and rewards that come with working with our fastest growing migrant population.
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Writer Jean Watson sold her house to fund a children's home in South India. 30 years on the story is told in a new documentary.
An introduction to Edvard Grieg, touching on the famous works while encouraging us to explore some of the lesser-known gems.
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