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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the killing of American journalists by Islamic State jihadists. Footage of Steven Sotloff being beheaded emerged today.
The Ministry of Social Development will post 100 extra security guards at Work and Income offices nationwide, following the Ashburton shootings and ongoing threats.
The police in Ashburton say they have located what they believe is the gun used in Monday's shooting at the town's Work and Income Office.
The Office of the Ombudsman will look at complaints about Foreign Minister Murray McCully's decision not to release official information about the Malaysian diplomat case.
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A 33-year-old man charged with the murder of a prominent gang member's son has lost his bid to continue name suppression - despite his lawyer having concerns for his safety.
A monument to remember 300,000 Nazi victims with physical and mental disabilities or chronic illnesses has opened in Berlin - the city's fourth monument to Nazi victims.
Labour has affirmed family homes held in trusts would not be subject to its capital gains tax policy. David Cunliffe stumbled over the question in a debate. (AUDIO)
Auckland's central city is home to some of the region's poorest people, living in tiny overcrowded apartments which are threatening to turn some areas into slums.
Asian media organisations have urged the Indonesian government to immediately release two French journalists who have spent a month in jail in Papua.
The United States captain Tom Watson has choosen Keegan Bradley, Hunter Mahan and Webb Simpson as his wildcard picks for this month's Ryder Cup against holders Europe.
The people of Pouakani are considering their next legal move, after the Supreme Court failed to back their claim to a a 32 kilometre section of the Waikato riverbed.
Building activity is up, with official figures showing the seasonally adjusted value of building work rising 1.8 percent in the three months to June compared with the previous quarter.
The Hidden Adze: Why did we go to Afghanistan? What did we do there? And why did we hear so little about it?
Updates on two crucial projects for the Christchurch arts sector – a new music centre and the soon to be unveiled restored Isaac Theatre Royal.
Throwing Muses' lead singer/songwriter chats with Emma Smith and performs a live solo session for Music 101.
Te Papa believes that all people regardless of age should have access to art, and that a child's experience of art is equally as valid as that of an adult.
Discussions with party leaders, portfolio holders and potential politicians prior to the 2014 Election.
US soldier Stephen Snyder-Hill talks about his 20-year journey as a gay man in the army and his role at the forefront of the US gay rights movement.
Leanne Tamaki shares highlights from a trip to the very places that hold the stories of the Māori men of the 28th Battalion in WWII.
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