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European monitors in Ukraine say pieces of the wreckage at the crash site of the Malaysia Airlines plane have been cut into, which could compromise any investigation into the tragedy.
Reigning Olympic, Commonwealth and World Champion shot putter Valerie Adams has been named flag bearer for the New Zealand Commonwealth Games team in Glasgow.
People living near Wellington's Basin Reserve are celebrating the scrapping of a controversial flyover proposal. A Board of Inquiry denied resource consent for the project.
Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey has promised to look at giving New Zealanders living in Australia access to social welfare, health and education programmes.
Construction of the $11.5 million Len Lye Centre in New Plymouth is about to take a dramatic turn with the installation of a 32-tonne, mirror-grade stainless steel facade.
The Man Booker prize-winning novel The Luminaries, by Eleanor Catton, is in line to pick up another award next month. It is a finalist in the New Zealand Post Book Awards.
Joko Widodo has officially won Indonesia's presidential election and called for the country to unify after a deeply divisive poll that ended with his rival quitting in controversy.
The mother of a flying instructor killed in a mid-air collision near Feilding says she was suprised to learn of a near-miss in the area only days before her daughter's fatal crash.
Motorbikes, and washing machines are just some of the items the Cook Islands Democratic Party says were used by the Cook Islands Party to bribe voters.
A collection of audio which explores the history of the Treaty of Waitangi, drawn from the Sound Archives / Ngā Taonga Kōrero collection.
Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger on hacktivism, Anonymous, and Aaron Swartz.
The open access movement is growing, with scientists, musicians, artists and governments committing to sharing intellectual property.
Diarmaid MacCulloch in a wide-ranging conversation about religious belief in the modern world.
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