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Election 2014 - The Prime Minister says he would be happy to give evidence to a hearing to be held by the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security, nine days before general election. (AUDIO)
Election 2014 - Cameron Slater posted a series of blogs on the then Serious Fraud Office director in 2011 around the same time he wrote his friend Judith Collins was gunning for him.
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State Highway 10 in the Far North remains closed and farmers have had to move stock to higher ground, as heavy rain and gale-force winds hit the waterlogged region once again.
For the first time in 14 years, the 18 Plus card is getting security upgrades, and a price increase. Since they were introduced more than 229,000 18 Plus cards have been issued.
A provider of emergency housing in Auckland says demand from homeless families is becoming overwhelming. It's one of a number of issues facing the country's biggest city. (AUDIO)
At least 230 people have been wounded in clashes between police and protesters in Pakistan's capital Islamabad, after around 25,000 people marched to the PM's house.
After months of controversy, Judith Collins has resigned as a minister. Brent Edwards takes a look at the series of events that led to her resignation and the questions that remain. (AUDIO)
The potentially devastating kauri dieback disease appears not to be spreading rapidly on the Coromandel Peninsula. A surveillance programme has found the disease at two sites.
Fiji's military commander says he and the UN still have no idea where 44 of his soldier captured by Syrian rebels are being held, as negotiations continue for their release.
The New Zealand triathletes, Andrea Hewitt and Nicky Samuels, have produced big performances to get on the podium at the ITU World Triathlon Series Grand Final in Edmonton.
The Maori Party says it wants to encourage more young Maori to participate in tertiary education at the launch of their tertiary education strategy in Palmerston North.
KiwiRail has reported an increased loss. The state-owned rail operator lost $248 million in the year to the end of June - $73 million more than the previous year. (AUDIO)
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