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Two quakes measuring over 6 on the Richter scale have hit Samoa this evening.
Black Caps coach Mike Hesson has played down suggestions Australia was guilty of unsportsmanlike conduct during their Cricket World Cup win. (AUDIO)
The Government has been forced to abandon its most controversial change to the Resource Management Act following Winston Peters' win in Northland. (AUDIO)
World leaders, including Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin, had their personal details accidentally shared before last year's G20 summit in Brisbane.
The jury who will decide whether Mark Lundy killed his wife and child will continue considering its verdict tomorrow. (AUDIO)
A traditional Māori artist suggests some cherished wood carvings should be left overseas because the harsh weather in New Zealand could damage them.
Residents of Franz Josef have expressed concerns about the Westland District Council's plan for dealing with the risk of an Alpine Fault earthquake. (AUDIO)
A lawyer for Teina Pora says he will not be re-tried and his legal team now have compensation in their sights. (AUDIO)
Someone is killing sparrows by placing jewellery around their necks, the Wellington SPCA says. (AUDIO)
Following the recent Germanwings tragedy, the Civil Aviation Authority is reviewing its mental health assessment for pilots. (AUDIO)
A state-of-the-art underwater research glider has been unveiled by NIWA scientists in Wellington.
The Government is unlikely to fund Team New Zealand if Auckland loses hosting rights for an America's Cup qualifying regatta, the Prime Minister says. (AUDIO)
Authorities in the Federated States of Micronesia say there have been casualties and severe damage to infrastructure in Chuuk state after Typhoon Maysack hit on Sunday.
Lawyers for Bali Nine death row inmates have been given until today to produce a so-called expert witness as part of the pair's latest legal challenge.
Brendon McCullum has been named captain of the International Cricket Council's team of the 2015 World Cup.
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Johnny Blades looks at China's foray into the Pacific and what it means for the people of the region.
Indra Hughes recounts the fascinating stories behind Mozart’s sacred music, including his foreboding Requiem and unfinished Mass in C minor.
Mt John University Observatory at Tekapo celebrates its 50th birthday this year, and a lot has changed since its humble beginnings in 1965.
Veteran radio producer Jack Perkins gives some historical (and often hysterical) examples of radio censorship.
Lttle Phnx talks to Sonia Sly about exploring her cultural identity in her music and making sweet, electro synth-pop in her bedroom.
RNZI reporter Koroi Hawkins has travelled to a number of Vanuatu islands worst hit by Cyclone Pam. At the end of his two week assignment he filed this report.
Straddling both the Pakeha and Māori worlds, Sir Tipene O’Regan’s influence on New Zealand Aotearoa has been profound.
Advocates say disabled women are exposed to a greater likelihood of abuse and the necessary support services aren't being picked up by related organisations.
Nick Bollinger peers under the lid of the first solo album from Vancouver soft-rock piano man Tobias Jesso Jr. and finds the rehabilitation of a long unfashionable genre is underway.
A family doctor wrongly advised a patient to stop taking heart medication, the Health and Disability Commissioner has found.
The police have confirmed a wrecked car at Curio Bay is the one they wanted in the search for a missing Southland boy.
The imminent resignation of Winston Peters as a list MP will mean another New Zealand First MP in Parliament. (AUDIO)
The acting director of the Papua New Guinea National Disaster Office, Martin Mose, says they have not received any reports of damage following a tsunami alert on Monday.
An Air Canada jet came off the runway after landing at Halifax airport in Nova Scotia, sending at least 23 people to hospital.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson say's he won't put pressure on any of his players to make up their minds about their playing futures in the wake of the team's disappointing World Cup final loss to Australia.
The group approved by the Crown to settle Ngapuhi Treaty claims has appointed three negotiators.
Shares in Synlait Milk took a tumble after the South Island dairy company posted a half year loss and slashed its full year profit guidance.
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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