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An ancient skull discovered in Israel could shed light on the migration of modern humans out of Africa some 60,000 years ago.
A plane with Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully was running out of fuel and had passed the point of safe return during a flight to Antarctica. (AUDIO)
The Catholic Bishop in Christchurch is warning that the celebration of Mass in Te Reo Maori is diminishing.
An inquest into the deaths during Sydney's Lindt cafe siege has been told a hostage died after being hit by fragments of a police bullet. (AUDIO)
Auckland Airport has shown off its multi-million dollar upgrade to its marine rescue fleet, with a $3 million hovercraft at the centre. (VIDEO)
Education leaders are blaming changes to University Entrance for an unexpectedly big drop in the number of teenagers gaining the qualification. (AUDIO)
The New Zealand dollar fell to its lowest level against the US dollar in nearly four years after the Reserve Bank opened the door to possible interest rate cuts. (AUDIO)
About 100 staff at the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority today turned up to an afternoon tea to farewell former chief executive Roger Sutton.
Forensic scientists have unveiled a cutting edge 3D scanner which will give jurors a new insight into crime scenes. (VIDEO)
An investigation into the ditching of a helicopter in Lake Rotorua in February 2013 has found the most likely cause was engine malfunction.
Minister for Social Housing Paula Bennett expects institutions like banks will invest in state houses being sold by the Government. (AUDIO)
A pedestrian is dead after being struck by a train at Auckland's Morningside station. About 140 people were on the train.
American Samoa is beginning to feel the effects of shipping delays due to a workers strike on the west coast of the United States.
Scrabble players know what an 's' is worth but in their wildest dreams, it is nowhere near what one little letter could cost the British government. (AUDIO)
Sri Lanka has won the seventh and final one-dayer in Wellington against New Zealand by 34 runs.
Dudley Benson reviews Björk's surprise-release Vulnicura, Mark Rye shares stories from a life in the British music industry and hear from Tom Krell, aka How To Dress Well.
A conservation group which cares for one of the last remaining kiwi strongholds on the Coromandel Penisula is urging dog owners to use aversion training and leads when out with their pets.
The warm summer is great for holidays - but not so good if you dislike flies! Get the facts on these often unwelcome - yet necessary - visitors from bug-expert Ruud Kleinpaste.
Dig deep with three experts on caves who discuss how New Zealand's many caves are formed and explored, and their value to the tourism industry.
Pioneering technology blogger Richard MacManus' diagnosis with Type 1 diabetes triggered his interest in ways technology can help us improve our health.
Auckland-born film-maker Samuel Richards is providing a solar-powered cinema to more than two hundred orphaned children in South Sudan.
Scientists delving into the centuries-old question of the nature of love have come to some surprising conclusions.
Seventeen people have already died in the water this year – why aren't water safety messages getting through?
"We are becoming future eaters, weather makers, biodiversity destroyers. How ever you want to put it, we’ve become a planetary force."
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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