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Police still can not identify who killed Jeannette and Harvey Crewe but say there is evidence linking their murders with the Thomas farm. Arthur Allan Thomas has been pardoned over the case.
The Government will take over the running of the error-plagued Novopay school payroll system and has reached a cash settlement with the Australian company Talent2.
The ACT Party and New Zealand First are vying for the "redneck vote" with their rhetoric around what they call race-based law, Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell says. (AUDIO)
Para swimmer Sophie Pascoe has joined fellow swimmer Lauren Boyle and mountain biker Anton Cooper on the gold medal podium in the latest Commonwealth Games action.
The United States and the European Union have agreed the toughest sanctions yet against Russia over its support for rebels in Ukraine. Moscow denies it is supplying weapons.
The huge disparity between what Pacific islands get from their fisheries and what goes to foreign fleets is to be discussed at an island leaders summit in Palau.
Jetstar has confirmed a crew member warned passengers returning from a music festival about drugs dogs waiting at Sydney airport. The warning prompted a rush to the toilets.
The jury deciding the case of a teenager accused of beating homeless man Edwin Linder and leaving him for dead in an Auckland alleyway has retired to consider its verdict.
The President of Palau is urging Pacific leaders to pull up their sleeves and get to work to protect the region's oceans and precious fisheries.
Eight of the country's top fencers sweat their way through a gruelling six hour event to see who can erect the strongest, straightest and tidiest fence.
A new exhibition at Toitu-Otago Settlers Museum looks at the effect of World War One on Dunedin and its people.
Tiaho Trust celebrates the contributions people with disabilites make to society and is promoting Northland as an accessible tourism destination.
Young New Zealanders from across the country take us on their typical route home – and share the risks they assess along the way.
Movie-makers and actors, videos and ephemera related to the NZ International Film Festival 2014.
Designed in 2002 and made by local craftspeople, the Golden Bay community coffin is used about 12 times a year.
A beekeeper and an astrophysicist form an unlikely relationship which is traced through parallel universes in a new play by Nick Payne.
In recognition of New Zealand's first Loss and Grief Awareness Week, David Steemson visited the Grief Support and Educational Trust in Birkenhead and meets trustee Mark Ebery.
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