Talks will resume on Monday to try to settle differences that led to a train strike in Wellington last week.
Militants have launched a bomb and gun attack on a mosque in Egypt's North Sinai province, killing 235 people, state media say.
North Korea appears to be fortifying its border in the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) with the South, days after a soldier defected by running across. Video
The mainland population of hoiho - the yellow-eyed penguin - is at its lowest in 27 years.
All Whites coach Anthony Hudson calls time, Team New Zealand's monohull design, and why is one of our best prospects not heading to the Commonwealth Games? Audio
Lorraine Pukepuke coaches the Rotorua Special Olympics basketball team. Video, Audio
Canadian alt-country artist Frazey Ford chats with Jesse Mulligan and plays Cat Stevens 'How Can I Tell You' – a cover she first performed at her grandmother's funeral. Audio
Jefferie Hill was last seen as a 2-year-old playing in the neighbour’s backyard in Tokoroa. He would be 52 today. Video, Audio
Thousands of riders are taking part in the 41st annual Lake Taupō Cycle Challenge today.
The government says it's unfair to say the head of its tax working group, Sir Michael Cullen, will just toe the party line. Audio
A late goal has lifted the Black Sticks women to a 1-0 victory over England and into the gold medal match at the Hockey World League Final in Auckland.
Mate Ma'a Tonga expect to be at their best for tonight's Rugby League World Cup semi-final against England in Auckland.
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