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The Fish and Game Council wants Conservation Minister Nick Smith to resign, accusing him of threatening its future if it continues to question irrigation projects and intensive farming. (AUDIO)
Prime Minister John Key has confirmed National will do electoral deals in Epsom and Ohariu, but there will be no accommodation for the Conservatives in East Coast Bays. (AUDIO)
A director of the company that owned a hot-air balloon that crashed in Wairarapa has admitted he should have been aware that the pilot's medical certificate had expired. (AUDIO)
New Zealand has added three golds, a silver and two bronzes to the medal tally at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, taking our total medals to 20 and putting us fifth overall.
Northland council and business leaders have told the NZTA the region is overdue a major investment in its roading networks and wants an urgent review. (AUDIO)
Solid Energy has confirmed the total number of job losses at its Stockton mine on the West Coast will be 184 as it seeks to reduce production by a quarter in the next financial year.
A late-night meeting of the UN Security Council has called for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire in Gaza, urging Israel and Hamas to allow the delivery of assistance to civilians.
A 17-year-old girl has been shot in what is thought to be a home invasion in Thames on Monday night. An elderly man with her has also been taken to hospital.
Papua New Guinea's national court has permanently stayed an attempt by the National Executive Council to disband the anti-corruption unit Taskforce Sweep.
Movie-makers and actors, videos and ephemera related to the NZ International Film Festival 2014.
David Steemson drops in on Eric Von Hurst, one of only two certified kilt makers in New Zealand.
Last month eight of the country's top fencers sweated their way through a gruelling six hour event to see who could erect the strongest, straightest and tidiest fence.
Jeremy Rose talks to Professor Shaun Holt about the pros and cons of natural therapies in the treatment of cancer.
Valerie Adams, the Silver Ferns and the rugby sevens promise success for New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Photosport.
Eminent historian Professor Margaret MacMillan explores the origins of the First World War, and the contemporary parallels to what happened a century ago.
Known for recording rivers and burning pianos, composer Annea Lockwood looks for music in untraditional places.
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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