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Lucy Beeler - who makes sweet electro synth-pop as Lttle Phnx - was abandoned as a baby. She shares her journey, and music, with Sonia Sly. (AUDIO)
Following the recent Germanwings tragedy, the Civil Aviation Authority is reviewing its mental health assessment for pilots.
The Government will have to go back to the drawing board on its most controversial Resource Management Act changes, Prime Minister John Key says. (AUDIO)
The jury who will decide whether Mark Lundy killed his wife and child has retired to consider its verdict.
Teina Pora's lawyer says he will not be re-tried, and they now have compensation in their sights.
Someone is killing sparrows by placing jewellery around their necks, the Wellington SPCA says.
Serial sex offender Stewart Murray Wilson has been released back into the community.
The police have confirmed a wrecked car at Curio Bay is the one they wanted in the search for a missing Southland boy.
New Zealand is a much better team than 183 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground would suggest, writes Stephen Hewson.
Staff at an unnamed rest home have been taken to task after a 90-year-old woman died following poor care to post-surgery wounds.
A coroner has recommended the Wellington City Council review pedestrian safety in the central city following an inquiry into the death of a woman who was hit by a bus.
The Government is unlikely to fund Team New Zealand if Auckland loses hosting rights for an America's Cup qualifying regatta, the Prime Minister says. (AUDIO)
The Pacific Tsunami Center says the threat in the wake of an earthquake off Papua New Guinea's New Ireland has largely passed.
An Air Canada jet came off the runway after landing at Halifax airport in Nova Scotia, sending at least 23 people to hospital.
The Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum said some New Zealand players may have decided to call time on their one-day or international careers but there will be no immediate announcements to allow Australia to bask in their World Cup triumph.
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- Dateline Pacific evening edition for 30 March 2015
- Tuvalu PM satsified with post-cyclone progress
- Our reporter on his travels through cyclone-ravaged Vanuatu
- 4pm Pacific Regional News for 30 March 2015
- The three best and worst ways to modify a child’s behavior
- Police target 1080 activists after contamination threat
- Northland candiates debate main issues before vote
- PM won't give assurance NZers not caught in eavesdropping
- Jim Kebbell: organics and retail
Veteran radio producer Jack Perkins gives some historical (and often hysterical) examples of radio censorship.
Lttle Phnx talks to Sonia Sly about exploring her cultural identity in her music and making sweet, electro synth-pop in her bedroom.
RNZI reporter Koroi Hawkins has travelled to a number of Vanuatu islands worst hit by Cyclone Pam. At the end of his two week assignment he filed this report.
Straddling both the Pakeha and Māori worlds, Sir Tipene O’Regan’s influence on New Zealand Aotearoa has been profound.
Advocates say disabled women are exposed to a greater likelihood of abuse and the necessary support services aren't being picked up by related organisations.
Nick Bollinger peers under the lid of the first solo album from Vancouver soft-rock piano man Tobias Jesso Jr. and finds the rehabilitation of a long unfashionable genre is underway.
New Zealand is home to the world's only glow-in-the-dark limpet, a freshwater species that excretes a luminescent slime when disturbed.
Sean Hensman has been studying elephants on his farm in South Africa after it was discovered just how good their enormous noses are at picking up scent.
Guardian foreign correspondent Luke Harding’s foray into the publication of the Snowden files has been both sobering and ridiculous.
The future of the organisation claiming to represent 400,000 tertiary students, the Union of Students Associations, is looking shaky.
The Minister of Transport is playing down the prospect of a government contribution to extending the runway at Wellington airport.
The imminent resignation of Winston Peters as a list MP will mean another New Zealand First MP in Parliament. (AUDIO)
Papua New Guinea police are undertaking a new round of training to help them address sexual violence in the community but also to make sure they are not part of the problem.
Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Tunis for an anti-terrorism march.
Australia outclassed New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup final in Melbourne - easing to a 7 wicket win. (VIDEO)
The former MP for Te Tai Tokerau is accusing the Government of similar tactics to the Australian Government, which is proposing to shut down remote Aboriginal communities.
Shares in Synlait Milk took a tumble after the South Island dairy company posted a half year loss and slashed its full year profit guidance.
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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