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Prime Minister John Key has confirmed that a New Zealand man was killed during a counter-terrorism drone attack in Yemen, along with others including al Qaeda operatives last year.
The Justice Minister continues to face questions about whether she gave a New Zealand milk exporting company favourable treatment following her trip to China in 2013.
A major rescue effort is continuing for almost 300 people missing after a ferry capsized and sank off South Korea. Officials say two bodies have been recovered and 164 people rescued.
Internet businessman Kim Dotcom has won access to confiscated assets after a court rejected the Crown's bid for an extension.They include luxury cars, a giant TV, jewellery and art.
A Pathway of Song: Richard Nunns plays the many traditional Māori instruments in his collection.
Food for the long Easter weekend.
Tune in every weeknight for a voyage of attitude, longitude and latitude.
Tim Howard recalls the violence and the hope that surrounded the 1999 East Timor referendum on independence from Indonesia.
Significant overseas musicians and their influence on New Zealand music.
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