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Election 2014 - John Key and David Cunliffe have clashed over possible coalition partners in the final televised debate of the election campaign.
Election 2014 - Prime Minister John Key has conceded New Zealanders may be subject to mass surveillance but says what is important is that it is not done by the GCSB.
Election 2014 - National has lost support, while New Zealand First is climbing, in the latest TV3 Reid Research opinion poll, released this evening. National is on 44.5 percent.
A disciplinary hearing against the lead designer of the CTV building, which collapsed in the February 2011 quake, is to proceed after a ruling from the High Court in Christchurch.
Election 2014 - A Wellington accountant has sparked criticism after saying there is no evidence of growing income inequality over the past 20 years. (AUDIO)
A road safety charity says a plan to increase the speed limit to 110kph on some open roads under a proposal to tailor driving speeds to road conditions, is a bad idea.
For some voters in Fiji, it has been a long wait to cast their vote in the country's first election in more than eight years. The polls close at 6pm tonight. (AUDIO)
John Key says New Zealand contributes information from spy programmes into Five Eyes databases but has has no control over what intelligence its partners gather. (AUDIO)
An Otara man who bashed a police officer, leaving him with several broken bones in his face, has been found not guilty by a jury of attempted murder.
The party of Fiji's prime minister Frank Bainimarama has taken a commanding lead over its nearest rival in the election.
The Silver Ferns' shooting woes continue with Maria Tutaia ruled out of the upcoming international series against Australia and England with an ongoing foot injury.
National says it will trial a scheme in which iwi would control benefits paid to rangatahi if it is re-elected into Government. It aims to reduce welfare numbers by 25 percent.
The New Zealand dollar gained half a US cent overnight, but then resumed its downward slide while shares also mostly weakened.
Photos from the Radio New Zealand political team as they travel the country covering the 2014 general election.
Professor Margaret Lock discusses the changing understanding of the causes of Alzheimer's and dementia.
PhD student Lily Chang is trying to determine if an eye test could be developed for early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.
Dr Siouxsie Wiles explains the world's first free-walking 'soft' robot, which can navigate all kinds of terrain, and survive being run over and set on fire.
Social provocateur Will Self's subject matter often includes mental illness, illegal drugs and psychiatry. His new novel is no exception.
Toa Waaka, vice president of the Society for Māori Astronomy Research and Traditions, explains the stars of the Milky Way from a Māori perspective.
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