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Election 2014 - John Key and United Future leader Peter Dunne are meeting today as the prime minister-elect begins putting together a new government. (VIDEO)
Election 2014 - At least three Labour MPs have hinted that they may consider challenging the party's leader David Cunliffe after Labour's disastrous election loss. (AUDIO)
A Dunedin demolition worker has been jailed for five years for killing a man in an Octagon bar in April. Stephen Fernyhough pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
The All Blacks first five-eighth Aaron Cruden will miss the last two matches of the Rugby Championship after missing the flight to Argentina after a night out drinking.
Our dedicated section includes live coverage from the night and how it played out, a full range of results, analysis and the latest news relating to Election 2014.
High winds, hail and snow have caused problems around the country this morning. MetService has warned of winds reaching 120 kms per hour on the east coast of both Islands.
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, says Scotland will get more autonomy, after Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, accused him of trickery. (AUDIO)
One of John Key's former senior advisors, who played a central role in Nicky Hager's Dirty Politics book, Jason Ede has resigned from the National Party, the Prime Minister has confirmed.
The police in Taupo are looking for a man they say committed a brazen and opportunistic sexual assault on a teenage girl.
With the final tally of votes announced in Fiji, the Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama will be sworn in as Prime Minister at a ceremony in Suva later today.
Manchester United's stuttering start to the season has continued after they let a 3-1 lead slip to lose 5-3 at Leicester City in an enthralling Premier League football match.
Mana Party co-vice president Annette Sykes wants the Kingitanga to step in and help reconcile the political division within Maoridom. Labour won in six of the Maori electorates.
Fonterra's financial result for the year ended 31 July will be issued later this week, with profit expected to be about $0.5 billion less then it earned the year before.
The founder of the One Percent Collective, Pat Shepherd talks about his little idea that inspired a lot of people.
North Otago farmer turned artist Burns Pollock has been collecting local objects of interest for most of his life. Now, with paintbrush in hand, he's putting them in the limelight.
Tributes to the founding member of The Chills, The Clean and The Great Unwashed, and the founder and frontman of Snapper.
Robert Johnson profiles the Polish composer who defected to Britain in 1954.
A selection of Kate de Goldi's reviews of children's books from the Saturday Morning archives.
It's estimated one in four New Zealanders will experience anxiety in their lifetime. The Phobic Trust believes too many of those people are suffering in silence.
In the light of the controversial Five Eyes international surveillance operation, Wayne Brittenden looks at the implications and related surveillance issues.
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