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Fish and Game's chief executive wants Prime Minister John Key's written assurance that its statutory role is safe, while the Conservation Minister has dropped a threat of legal action. (AUDIO)
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says his party won't be part of any deal involving either the Maori Party or Mana following the general election on 20 September. (AUDIO)
Air NZ is to give $1000 each to passengers stranded in Hawaii after their flight was postponed three times due to what the airline described as a series of evolving engineering issues.
New Zealand weightlifter Richie Patterson has won gold at the Commonwealth Games in dramatic fashion, with all hope of a medal coming down to his final lift of 184kg.
Fonterra has slashed its forecast payout to farmers for this season from $7 per kilo of milk solids to $6, following sharp falls in global dairy prices. (AUDIO)
Despite repeated complaints about the pilot of a hot-air balloon that crashed in Wairarapa, killing 11 people, the Civil Aviation Authority took no action against him, an inquest has been told. (AUDIO)
Israel's leader Benjamin Netanyahu has warned of a "prolonged" military campaign in Gaza, as it saw one of its heaviest nights of shelling since the conflict began three weeks ago.
Police say a home invasion in Thames that left two people with gunshot wounds and a 73-year-old also injured on Monday night was not a random attack. (AUDIO)
A review of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands says the scaled back operation now should be talked about in the past tense.
The former adman, political strategist, environmental campaigner, mayor, and subject of the new biography, Wild Westie, talks with Kim Hill about his life.
Journalist Nina Teicholz suggests that fat is not the enemy, and that our long-held beliefs don't add up.
In recognition of New Zealand's first Loss and Grief Awareness Week, David Steemson visited the Grief Support and Educational Trust in Birkenhead and meets trustee Mark Ebery.
The story of four convicts who spent more than nine years on the Snares Islands in the early years of the nineteenth century
Movie-makers and actors, videos and ephemera related to the NZ International Film Festival 2014.
According to a recovered addict and author on addiction and mental health issues.
Designed in 2002 and made by local craftspeople, the Golden Bay community coffin is used about 12 times a year.
Musicologist Samantha Owens introduces us to some of the working German musicians who visited to our shores from the 1850s up until the outbreak of World War I.
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