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Election 2014 - Labour Party leader David Cunliffe wants the party to hold a primary style contest for the leadership soon, but is refusing to resign. (VIDEO)
The head of a publicly funded body in Auckland is charged with evading millions of dollars of tax after issuing false invoices to an organisation for which he continues to work. (AUDIO)
A New Zealand woman and her British boyfriend found shot dead on a beach in Libya were "in the wrong place at the wrong time", an inquest in the UK has heard.
Bankrupt property developer Terry Serepisos is "flabbergasted" after being arrested in relation to child support payments. He was arrested at Wellington Airport yesterday.
The employer of a taxi driver racially abused by a Queenstown police officer says a terrible message has been sent by not convicting the officer. (AUDIO)
More charges have been laid against the double murder-accused, Russell John Tully, who has appeared in the High Court in Christchurch this morning.
The Rockefeller family, which made its fortune in the oil industry, says its philanthropic organisation is planning to divest from fossil fuels and reinvest in clean energy.
Both United Future leader Peter Dunne and Act MP David Seymour are angling for ministerial positions in a new government. (VIDEO)
A biosecurity inspector has found a live scorpion inside camping gear at Auckland Airport. It was found in a tent coming in with a passenger from Mexico.
Fiji's main opposition party has pledged to move a motion to launch a parliamentary inquiry into last week's election.
The All Black centre Conrad Smith says while he's disappointed in Aaron Cruden, the team has moved on from it and they need to prepare for Sunday's clash with the Pumas. (AUDIO)
A campaigner for the winner of the Western Maori seat, Adrian Rurawhe, doubts he will be able to bring about any changes for tangata whenua in the next few years.
Refining New Zealand has had several factors outside its control go its way in July and August - but chief executive Sjoerd Post is not sure whether they will continue.
A new website aims to empower tenants and encourage landlords to repair and maintain their rental properties.
Samuel Scott takes a late night cruise with his local noise officer and talks to venue owners and promoters to find out what the noise is really about.
Rock historian Simon Grigg talks about the online noisy library of New Zealand music.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle is in Auckland at the first Sikh early childhood centre in the country.
Takurua Tawera works alongside adult male offenders and teaches behavioural and social skills to help them ease back into their communities. He explains his work to Justine Murray.
It's estimated one in four New Zealanders will experience anxiety in their lifetime. The Phobic Trust believes too many of those people are suffering in silence.
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