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At least two Palestinians have been killed and scores wounded in the West Bank during a protest against Israel's military campaign in Gaza that has seen the death toll climb above 800. (AUDIO)
The Prime Minister is continuing to stand by Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee, even though he is being investigated over a breach of security after taking a short-cut at Christchurch airport. (AUDIO)
Airport staff in New Plymouth have cleared the runway after a plane broke down as it was preparing to take off on Friday afternoon, forcing some flights to be cancelled.
The pressure was on Glasgow to deliver an opening Games ceremony to surprise and delight. Organisers well and truly delivered, with a wall-to-wall tartan spectacular.
Firms remain buoyant about the economy's prospects, despite higher interest rates and a sluggish global recovery according to the latest ANZ Bank confidence survey. (AUDIO)
Evidence gathered solely from a cellphone has been used for the first time to convict a man for possessing child sex abuse pictures. He has been sentenced to 17 months in prison.
The United Nations says an aid convoy has entered Syria from Turkey without Syrian government consent. Until now, almost all aid has gone to parts of the country controlled by Damascus.
The High Court has ruled that Kaipara ratepayers must pay for debts the council ran up for the $60 million Mangawhai sewerage scheme, which they didn't told about. (AUDIO)
Leading Police officers in Papua New Guinea have agreed to meet to try and heal divisions following recent political turmoil.
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Cliff Curtis tells the story behind the inspirational local film about chess, community and mental health.
Valerie Adams, the Silver Ferns and the rugby sevens promise success for New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Photosport.
The story of four convicts who spent more than nine years on the Snares Islands in the early years of the nineteenth century
Young New Zealanders from across the country take us on their typical route home – and share the risks they assess along the way.
Celebrating Māori Language Week 2014.
Introducing 50 new Māori words over 50 weeks.
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