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South Africa and the world is mourning the loss of revered former leader Nelson Mandela, who has died in Johannesburg at 95.
Updated 40 minutes ago
A number events are planned or underway in New Zealand to commemorate the life of Nelson Mandela.
Updated 34 minutes ago
An audit of an intellectual disability residential service provider in Christchurch reveals a culture of assaults by people who live there on each other and also on staff.
Prime Minister John Key says he will fight a defamation suit being brought against him by the cameraman at the centre of the so-called teapot tape saga.
On 29 May 1913, Stravinsky’s ballet The Rite of Spring caused a riot at its Parisian premiere, and the course of music was changed forever.
New bands get two minutes to introduce themselves and their music
Veronika Meduna’s blog from the Spirit of Mawson Antarctic expedition.
CYF opened its doors to reporter Mani Dunlop, giving her a glimpse of what really happens at the agency
Transforming a grassy clay bank in Simon's back garden into a productive veggie patch.
Significant overseas musicians and their influence on New Zealand music.
An occasional series in Ideas focusing on the history, politics and culture of a country or nationality.
A series based on the letters of internationally-recognised New Zealand scientist Beatrice Hill Tinsley.
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