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Election 2014 - Prime Minister John Key says New Zealand contributes information from a number of spy programmes into Five Eyes databases but it is not mass, wholesale surveillance. (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.
Maori leaders fear restructuring at Maori Television is politically-motivated and will compromise its independence. Three jobs are tipped to go.
A company running four-wheel-drive tours claims it has been barred from using a Canterbury high country station by its new American owners and may have to close as a result. (AUDIO)
A teenager who attacked a homeless and disabled man and left him to die in an Auckland alleyway will serve at least 11-and-a-half years in jail before he is eligible for parole.
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.
National is facing another hurdle in its campaign, with the music publishers behind US rapper Eminem to take legal action over a song in its campaign advert. (AUDIO)
A group of Coromandel residents is preparing to take protest and court action to stop a company carrying out early stages of mining in the Karangahake Gorge near Paeroa.
Thousands of Fijians are voting in the country's first election since the 2006 coup.
The 32-year-old former All Blacks halfback Jimmy Cowan has signed for the Blues for next year's Super Rugby competition, adding some much needed experience to the Auckland side.
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.
Dairy prices have held steady after five successive declines, remaining near two-year lows. Prices peaked in February but have dropped by nearly a half since then. (AUDIO)
Curtains – they’re something that many of us take for granted. If you have them, you probably haven’t considered what it’s like to not have them.
Much-loved local entertainers Jools and Lynda play favorite tunes and talk with Kim Hill.
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Professor Margaret Lock discusses the changing understanding of the causes of Alzheimer's and dementia.
Discussions with party leaders, portfolio holders and potential politicians prior to the 2014 Election.
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