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Fonterra has acknowledged that last year's botulism scare is among the reasons production has dropped at its packaging plant in Waikato. The dairy giant says up to 110 jobs could go. (AUDIO)
The Electoral Commission has referred Napier's National Party candidate Wayne Walford to police for an alleged breach of the Electoral Act over advertising on his vehicle.
The editor of a newspaper which published a cartoon accepts it caused offence, but defends its publication. MP Louisa Wall laid a complaint with the Human Rights Review Tribunal.
For most people, the idea of standing on stage doing improvised theatre is the stuff of nightmares. Yet Isaac Thomas feels the fear - and does it anyway. Watch on The Wireless.
Reigning Olympic, Commonwealth and World Champion shot putter Valerie Adams has been named flag bearer for the New Zealand Commonwealth Games team in Glasgow.
The Crown is to appeal against an Auckland judge's descion to discharge the Maori King's son Korotangi Paki without conviction on the grounds it would hurt his chances of succession.
Malaysian flight MH17 may have been shot down by "mistake" by ill-trained pro-Russian separatists, US intelligence officials say, dismissing Moscow's accounts of the incident. (AUDIO)
The Employment Relations Authority has reserved its decision in the case of a Whangarei District Council employee sacked last year for nominating a mayoral candidate.
France's highest court is today expected to rule in a case which could end the political career of French Polynesia's president, Gaston Flosse.
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