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Rebecca Kitteridge became director of the SIS 11 months ago since then, she told Insight, the threat of a terrorist attack in New Zealand had risen. (VIDEO)
Australian police allege two of the five men they arrested in Melbourne yesterday were planning an Islamic State-inspired attack on an Anzac Day ceremony.
Thousands of New Zealanders living overseas are facing bankruptcy because they are in denial about their mounting student loan debt, (AUDIO)
Surf Rescue staff are about to rescue a man who has spent the night stranded on rocks at Auckland's Piha beach.
The Pukeahu National War Memorial Park has been officially opened in Wellington, marking New Zealand's involvement in the First World War.
Passengers on a Cathay Pacific flight were forced to spend seven hours stuck in their aircraft on the tarmac at Ohakea Airbase near Palmerston North this afternoon.
Super Rugby: The Reds win a tight match against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein this morning. Read a summary of the match here.
Super Rugby: The Bulls have beaten the Sharks in Durban this morning. Read a summary of the match here.
Four people have been arrested and more than $1 million worth of assets have been seized following a drug bust in Wellington.
Two native jewelled geckos that had been smuggled out of the country have returned to New Zealand today.
Three homes have been evacuated and two motorists have been rescued after heavy rain caused flooding in parts of south Auckland this afternoon.
New Zealand has today led a coalition of governments urging an end to fossil fuel subsidies.
The newly-appointed leader of the opposition Cook Islands Democratic Party says improving infrastructure on the outer islands, decreasing reliance on imported food and stemming the flow of people out of the country will be his main pursuits as leader.
A group of men inspired by Islamic State planned a terrorism attack in Melbourne to mark the centenary of the landings at Gallipoli, Australian police say.
The Highlanders survived a ferocious second-half fightback from the Blues to win their all-New Zealand Super rugby clash 30-24 in Dunedin last night.
- Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
- Alice Boyes: anxiety tools
- Building and Housing Minister on Reserve Bank's housing warning
- Media commentator - Gavin Ellis
- Is government being gutless over obesity inititive?
A selection of traditional and modern hymns, including 'Glory to Thee, my God, this Night', and the perennial favourite 'The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, is Ended'.
A major review is underway amid concerns that the education system has failed to recognise its importance and value to the economy.
Rock 'n roll hit our shores in the 1950s, and teenagers took to the exciting post-war American culture like ducks to water.
Forensic scientist Shari Forbes, with Sydney's University of Technology, is setting up Australia's first body farm to study how bodies decompose in local conditions.
Kirsten Johnstone discusses a stripped-back and deeply personal set from Sufjian Stevens for The Sampler.
The Music 101 team report from the annual awards where Hawke's Bay's Jakob won best new album, and Herbs won the classic.
Mark Christensen is rediscovering healthier fruit and vegetables among heirloom varieties forgotten by the modern food production system.
Including: a blind runner and her world champion running guide, beer crackers and and making it rain on stage for the musical Singin' in the Rain.
From the concert hall to the cinema, we talk to musicians, composers, choreographers, dancers, actors, directors and artists.
A searchable database created by Wikileaks for every Sony email and document that was stolen by hackers last year is throwing up links to New Zealand.
The Christchurch City Council's insurer says the council's quake damaged assets are worth far less than the $912 million being claimed.
The Government has announced a review of biosecurity, the first of its kind in 12 years.
Dozens of refugees have gathered at the main refugee camp on Nauru to protest the Australian government's plans to resettle some refugees in Cambodia.
The White House is a step closer to signing the Trans Pacific Partnership, which involves 12 Asia-Pacific nations including New Zealand.
The Hurricanes' unbeaten run has ended after losing to the Waratahs 29-24 in Wellington.
Lincoln University is setting up a national Māori biosecurity network to help protect the motu - and in particular tāonga species - from biosecurity threats.
Airlines say they're happy with the fees Wellington Aiport will charge them over the next four years, but are worried what might happen after that.
Fonterra's share price tumbled to its lowest level yesterday, following the further price drop in the latest global dairy trade auction, but has risen slightly again this morning.
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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