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Election 2014 - Power Play with Brent Edwards - The country's political leaders are making their final desperate bids for votes before campaigning finally winds up this evening.
Police in Australia are concerned that young Australian Muslims are being targeted for radicalisation by members of the Islamic State after a violent plot was foiled.
Election 2014 - Our fifth week of examining political statements to assess whether they are fact fiction or exaggeration features Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden.
A Coroner will today try to end the mystery of what killed Rutger Hale while driving near Wanaka last year. The 22-year-old was hit in the head by an object that has not been found.
Election 2014 - National continued to slip in the final polls to a four-poll average of 46.4%. That would still get it back into office with the support of ACT and United Future.
A racing judicial committee has found a jockey guilty of betting on a rival horse and then deliberately riding to ensure his bets were successful.
The polls have closed in Scotland in its historic vote on independence. More than four million people were registered to vote and a record turnout has been predicted.
Mana leader Hone Harawira is accusing National and New Zealand First of ganging up to oust him from Te Tai Tokerau. The parties have endorsed the Labour candidate. (AUDIO)
Politics and whisky mixed in Christchurch where some of the city's Scottish residents got together to share a wee dram as Scots went to the polls for a historic vote on independence.
The Multinational Observer Group monitoring the Fiji election says the result broadly represents the will of the Fiji people.
World champions Peter Burling and Blair Tuke remain on top of the 49er standings after the latest day of sailing in their class at the World Championships in Spain.
The Tertiary Education Union says it is concerned that there are other motives behind the proposed closure of Maori Business Programme at the University of Victoria in Wellington.
The Government has thrown Solid Energy a $103 million financial lifeline that allows the miner to avoid becoming technically insolvent.
Missing persons expert Diane Rowe takes us on a dark ride through the underbelly of a city not prepared to give up its secrets easily.
International workers have flooded into Christchurch to help with the rebuild, but who are they and what differences have they found in the lifestyle here?
Nick Atkinson introduces the five finalists for this year's Silver Scroll award.
Athlete and trainer Bevan Eyles has concluded it is all about a person's behaviour and figuring out what works for them.
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