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Fonterra and Danone are back in formal talks aimed at settling a disagreement over last year's botulism scare and will be back in court in New Zealand in October.
Four people have been killed in a charter plane crash near the capital Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea. The cause of the crash is not yet known.
Hawkes Bay have successfully defended the Ranfurly Shield, dispatching Bay of Plenty 36-17 in Napier to climb to the top of provincial rugby's Championship.
Police are praising one of their newly-graduated constables for putting his own life at risk to rescue a woman who had jumped into the Waikato River.
The elections authorities in Fiji say they say they'll look into allegations of alleged irregularities but they're not satisfied with documents provided so far.
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.
Gwen Dempster-Schouten cares for about 70 orphaned wallabies and a number of other displaced creatures at her enclosed wallaby park near Waimate.
Dr Siouxsie Wiles explains the world's first free-walking 'soft' robot, which can navigate all kinds of terrain, and survive being run over and set on fire.
Dinner Lab turns the culinary arts on its head, with the concept being driven by the crowd rather than the chefs.
Vote for your favourite classical music, and we will unveil the best loved orchestral works live at the Auckland Town Hall.
Roger Wilson reads some of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm's fairy tales.
An Australian GP explains how she helps her patients figure out what causes headaches, and how to get rid of them.
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