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Election 2014 - John Key says New Zealand contributes information from spy programmes into Five Eyes databases but has has no control over what intelligence its partners gather. (AUDIO)
Former New Zealand cricket captain Martin Crowe has suffered a cancer relapse. The 51-year-old has been suffering from lymphoma and confirmed it has returned.
Power Play with Brent Edwards - New surveillance claims have raised serious questions about the GCSB and forced the Prime Minister to make disclosures which had been secret. (VIDEO)
Parts of the open road could have a new 110kph speed limit under a proposal to tailor driving speeds to road conditions. Other speed restrictions are also being overhauled.
A South Island high country farm's owners are meeting all requirements, despite putting a business at risk by ending access, the Overseas Investment Commission says. (AUDIO)
Maori leaders fear restructuring at Maori Television is politically-motivated and will compromise its independence. Three jobs are tipped to go.
The top US General wants to deploy ground troops in Iraq if bombing the Islamic State is not effective despite the President repeatedly ruling out a large ground mission.
The National Party is promising to reduce the number of people on benefits by 75,000 by 2017 and offer an incentive for beneficiaries who stay in work.
The body of a man has been found at a squash club in the Auckland suburb of Takapuna this morning and it was being treated as unexpected, police say.
Voting is now more than half way through in Fiji's first election day in more than eight years.
The Silver Ferns shooting woes continue with Maria Tutaia ruled out of the upcoming international series against Australia and England with an on going foot injury.
An Auckland tribal leader is threatening legal action to stop one of the Government's fast-tracked housing developments if the council does not consult with mana whenua.
The difference between what the country earned and spent internationally has widened. The seasonally adjusted current account deficitincreased $2 billion in the June quarter.
Gwen Dempster-Schouten cares for about 70 orphaned wallabies and a number of other displaced creatures at her enclosed wallaby park near Waimate.
Future funk, soul and r&b outfit Electric Wire Hustle talk about their evolving sound and latest release.
On the eve of its 150th anniversary celebrations, Lisa Thompson hears how the Band of the Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery is still marching on.
Dr Siouxsie Wiles explains the worlds first free-walking 'soft' robot, which can navigate all kinds of terrain, and survive being run over and set on fire.
A selection of Kate de Goldi's reviews of children's books from the Saturday Morning archives.
Much-loved local entertainers Jools and Lynda play favorite tunes and talk with Kim Hill.
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