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Tent cities have sprung up for those displaced by the earthquake in Nepal, with hospitals struggling to keep up with demand.
The Prime Minister has wasted little time trying to drum up support for a valuable free trade deal with Gulf states on his visit to the region.
A group opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership says if the trade deal is not done by the middle of this year, it is likely to die for the next 18 months because of the United States election season.
New Zealand climbers and guides high on Mt Everest have been trapped by dozens of avalanches triggered by Saturday's 7.8 magnitude quake in Nepal. (AUDIO)
Following the formal notice of their executions, the brothers of Bali Nine convicted drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have pleaded for mercy.
The Christchurch City Council will vote this week on setting up a council-controlled company to manage investment in some of the city's rebuild projects.
Researchers have found only about 30 percent of schools have smokefree signs at their entrances, despite a law requiring them to display them.
A fire at a school in Warkworth, north of Auckland, is being treated as suspicious, with an investigation expected this morning.
New Zealanders who travelled to Gallipoli for yesterday's Anzac Day services say the trip was well worth it. (AUDIO)
It has been a bad weekend on the roads, with six people killed in five separate crashes since 9pm on Friday.
A boy is in Waikato Hospital in a critical condition after having being stung by wasps.
Prime Minister John Key says he will raise human-rights concerns with Saudi Arabia when he becomes the first New Zealand Prime Minister to go there.
About 400 people rallied in Rarotonga on Friday to protest the use of purse seine fishing and fish aggregation devices by foreign vessels in Cook Islands waters.
Rescue efforts in Nepal are intensifying after at least 2000 people were killed in the country's worst earthquake in more than 80 years. (VIDEO)
Auckland City have won the Oceania Champions League football title for the fifth season in a row with a 4-3 penalty shoot out win over Team Wellington in the final in Suva last night.
Lyttleton band The Eastern perform in Christchurch with a series of Anzac-themed songs.
Listen to the Snares crested penguin, a portly bird with a mysteriously late breeding season.
When Graeme and Linda Cowley bought Auntsfield Estate in Marlborough there was no sign of the vineyard that had been established in 1873.
A new local television series starting this weekend looks at New Zealanders and World War One. Co-writer Gavin Strawhan explains the genesis of the project.
Pioneering Pacific reggae group Herbs talk about the politics and times behind their Classic NZ Record Award-winning 1981 mini album.
Te Papa curator Puawai Cairns shares the story of Roy Delaney, who served in the Māori contingent in WWI, and Tiaki Makitanara, who died of wounds on a hospital ship.
Meet some of the students at Salisbury School in Nelson, which caters for girls with intellectual disabilities and social and learning difficulties
Journalist and historian Peter FitzSimons talks to Kim Hill about the Australian experience of the Gallipoli campaign.
Timeless fantasy romance The Age Of Adaline, the Broadway version of Of Mice and Men, and action movie The Gunman, reviewed by Simon Morris.
The Prime Minister says he will have to be more careful in his public interaction in the future following criticism over his pulling the ponytail of a waitress.
MetService has issued a heavy rain and gale warning for most parts of the country for tonight and Monday.
Trade Minister Tim Groser is optimistic the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal will be reached by mid-2015.
Prison conditions, government corruption and domestic violence are the main human rights problems in the Marshall Islands, according a report.
Australian architect couple Rob McBride and Debbie Ryan explain the influences on their extraordinary designs - from driftwood to Harry Potter. (AUDIO)
The Hurricanes have bounced back after suffering their first loss of the season last week to trounce the Queensland Reds 35-19 in Brisbane and go back to the top of the Super Rugby standings.
A Northland Maori elder and army veteran says the Prime Minister has no mandate to change the flag so many people fought and died under.
A new report says the economic value of the world's oceans is eroding fast, due to pollution, ocean acidification, overfishing and a host of other ills.
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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