Radio New Zealand
As South Africans mourn the death of Nelson Mandela, tributes are pouring in from around the world for the man who inspired millions as he led his country out of the apartheid era.
The World Trade Organisation has agreed on its first global deal aimed at boosting commerce. Analysts say it could add $1 trillion to the global economy.
A fishing lobby group says plans to mine seabed near the Chatham Islands will amount to wholesale environmental destruction.
"Royals", the huge international hit for New Zealand singer Lorde, has been nominated for song of the year and record of the year at America's premier music awards - the Grammys - next month.
William Dart hosts an hour of rock/pop/country, focusing on a new release or two.
Interviews on current affairs, science, literature, music and more with internationally award-winning presenter Kim Hill.
Veronika Meduna’s blog from the Spirit of Mawson Antarctic expedition.
CYF opened its doors to reporter Mani Dunlop, giving her a glimpse of what really happens at the agency
Kim Hill chairs discussions exploring the nature of big data and how it may serve as a tool in facing the future.
A six-part series paralleling the 1995 book: Ngā Uruora - The Groves of Life Ecology and History in a New Zealand Landscape by Geoff Park.
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