A bill legalising euthanasia has passed its first reading in Parliament.
Facebook has responded to a former executive who said the social network was "ripping society apart".
Double Olympic gold medallist rowing coxswain Simon Dickie has died, aged 66.
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A small business in rural Hawke's Bay is cashing in on global demand for its health and beauty ingredients made out of animal by-products such as placentas, brains, and eyes. Video, Audio
Last night’s sold-out Auckland show was the first of three the English trio Alt-J are playing in NZ. RNZ Music’s digital producer, Alice Murray went along to check it out.
School students investigated what lives in their neighbourhood during the course of one day and night at the recent Stokes Valley Bioblitz hosted by Koraunui School. Audio
William Dart drills into recent albums from Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Deer Tick, and Ages and Ages. Audio
Taranaki property owners say they fear being forced out of their homes by a lease hike.
Australia is being overly sensitive over New Zealand's offer to take Manus Island refugees, the Prime Minister says.
The All Blacks captain Kieran Read will miss the start of next year's Super Rugby competition as he recovers from back surgery.
The One Planet Summit in Paris has delivered a handful of significant commitments for climate change mitigation.
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