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The SIS released inaccurate and misleading information on former Labour Party leader Phil .Goff but says there is no evidence it was playing politics, an inquiry by the inspector general has found. (AUDIO)
A Corrections Department review has found convicted paedophile and murderer Phillip John Smith should have never been considered for temporary release.
An elderly woman is in a critical condition and four others are injured following a police chase and crashes in Christchurch. Two of those in hospital are under police guard.
A man who slashed the throat of a pregnant woman and was shot by police after a Taser failed to stop him, has been jailed for 6 years and 6 months.
Energy Minister Simon Bridges has rejected claims that people are spending more of their pay packet on power and the government's electricity market is failing. (AUDIO)
Rest homes are appealing to the Supreme Court over a recent landmark court ruling concerning the pay rates of workers in the sector.
The grandfather of 16-year-old Cheyenne Ihaka who was killed in a car crash in July says the arrest of another teenager for framing his grandson comes as little surprise.
The Government will shortly release the findings of an inquiry into into allegations former Justice Minister Judith Collins was involved in a smear campaign.
Switzerland's Bern Art Museum has agreed to accept artworks from a billion-dollar collection which includes masterpieces looted from their Jewish owners by the Nazis.
Solomon Islands police are stepping up operations in Honiara as MPs prepare for the often turbulent period surrounding the formation of the new government.
The veteran New Zealand spin bowler Dan Vettori has joined up with the Black Caps in Sharjah and is a possibility to play in the third Test against Pakistan starting tomorrow night.
New Zealand's largest forensic mental health unit, the Mason Clinic, has been given the go-ahead to build a new kaupapa Maori driven unit.
Precinct Properties has sold a building in Auckland's Queen Street to Robert Jones Holdings for $97 million - nearly $1.5 million more than its June book value. (AUDIO)
Alvy Ray Smith directed the first feature film sequence using computer graphics, for Star Trek the Wrath of Khan in 1982. He went on to co-found Pixar Animation.
There was a time when you would join a waiting list, possibly for years, to buy an imported car. Find out about the colourful history of car imports to NZ.
Musician Adam McGrath of The Eastern gives an insight into life on the road, and the psyche of the locals of Stewart Island.
Visual displays, such as Google Glass can provide information in search and rescue, law enforcement, or firefighting operations, but how will they influence performance?
Former IT guy Mike Dickison retrained, completing a PhD on giant flightless birds. Now he curates Whanganui Regional Museum's huge, and largely unknown, moa bone collection.
The Shed Project is a wide-reaching initiative offering opportunities to people with disabilities. Amelia Nurse visits a shed in Paraparaumu to find out what the guys are up to.
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