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Labour leadership candidate David Cunliffe says he had no knowledge of a Twitter account set up by his wife in which she criticised members of his caucus. Karen Price has apologised for the tweets. (AUDIO)
United States health officials have confirmed the first case of the deadly Ebola virus in the country - a man who had become infected in Liberia and travelled to Texas. (AUDIO)
More jobs than previously thought are under threat in a proposed restructure of Sealord's processing plant in Nelson and supporting offices. The company says 150 jobs could go.
The Post Primary Teachers' Association is planning a revolt against the body that registers and disciplines teachers. Possible measures include industrial action. (AUDIO)
English football giants Manchester United are thinking about playing midweek friendlies abroad to help manager Louis van Gaal prepare for Premier League matches.
A group of protesters gatecrashed a petroleum industry conference in Auckland this morning, disrupting a speech by Energy Minister Simon Bridges.
Thousands more people are joining pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong before what organisers are confident will be the largest day so far, on China's National Day holiday.
Any chance of a clean fight for the Labour leadership is looking slim after David Cunliffe and Grant Robertson yesterday took pot-shots at each other. (VIDEO)
The lawyer for a meat processing company has told a resource consent hearing in Christchurch its application to discharge treated wastewater into the Waimakariri river is for emergencies only.
Asylum seekers have made allegations of sexual abuse of women and children and threats of rape by guards working in the Australia detention centre on Nauru.
Chelsea scored a 1-0 win at Sporting Lisbon in the Champions League and inflicted a home defeat on the Portuguese side for the first time in four years of European competition.
Protesters who staged a sit-in outside an oil conference in central Auckland are planning several more protests in coming months.
Air New Zealand says there is huge opportunity to pick up on the demand for travel in the Asia-Pacific region and it has got an eye on Latin America in the medium term. (AUDIO)
From the discovery of DNA to the pavlova, Jon Bridges and David Downs have compiled a complete list of marvels when it comes to Kiwi ingenuity.
One of Aotearoa’s foremost cultural ambassadors Moana Maniapoto and her group showcase their unique brand of female harmonies and haka.
NZ, 1914, and the biggest war the world has known has just broken out in Europe – a compelling novel by David Hill about the First World War for 9-12 year olds.
The Order of St John operates most of the New Zealand's ambulance services. David Steemson finds out about the history of the organisation.
Get your caffeine fix with these coffee-infused desserts: Valrhona Chocolate Terrine with Coffee Bean Anglaise, Walnut Coffee Cake with Maple Glaze, Tiramisu...
Last summer's drought meant Mike Moss couldn't feed his cows and he was forced to re-evaluate the way he'd been farming.
The seminal dub and soul marauders recently toured Europe and the UK. Chopper Reeds, the band's saxophonist, documented the trip.
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