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BREAKING NEWS - Key calls unexpected news conference
Election 2014 - National Party leader John Key has called an unexpected news conference at Parliament shortly. His office said it will be a significant announcement.
Election 2014 - ACT party leader Jamie Whyte says businesses are reluctantly opting for immigrant labour because New Zealanders are not up to getting out of bed and going to work.
In the second week of a new fact-checking column, Brent Edwards checks claims made by Judith Collins, John Key, David Cunliffe, Rangi McLean and Winston Peters.
Advocates for penal reform say a critical United Nations report on conditions inside New Zealand prisons is an indictment on Government penal policy.
Technology has reached a point where it is solving problems you never knew you had, but it is causing problems for the environment. The Wireless reports.
The troubled Cook Strait ferry Aratere is back doing three return sailings a day after it was limited to two round trips when one of its propellers fell off in the sea last November.
The only clinical trial data on the experimental Ebola drug ZMapp shows it is 100 percent effective in monkey studies, even in later stages of the infection, the journal Nature reports.
A top constitutional lawyer acting for the Conservative Party says a backdown by the Electoral Commission over time for party political broadcasts is a win for freedom of speech.
Hawke's Bay Regional Council has advanced $3.1 million to the company managing the resource-consent phase of the Ruataniwha Dam project.
The families of the Fiji soldiers detained by Syrian rebels are being notified by the military.
It's been another golden day for the country's top rowers at the world champs in Amsterdam, thanks to new coxed pair Hamish Bond and Eric Murray and the women's four.
The Maori Party says it wants to encourage more young Maori to participate in tertiary education at the launch of their tertiary education strategy in Palmerston North.
KiwiRail has reported an increased loss. The state-owned rail operator lost $248 million in the year to the end of June - $73 million more than the previous year. (AUDIO)
One of this country’s foremost photographers, Peter Peryer, reflects on a lifetime of looking through a lens.
"When you find the job you love you never have to work for the rest of your life.”
If you can't see where you're going perhaps you could hear your way around?
Brian Scadden’s passion is old-school craft photography on cameras dating as early as the mid-19th century – some of which he designs and builds himself.
Alexander Robertson asks people on the streets of the Christchurch CBD if they’ll be voting, and what issues would influence their vote.
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