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Election 2014 - The Labour Party is promising to scrap the secondary tax system within five years, if elected, instead allowing people to pay the correct amount of tax as they earn it.
Tuhoe say they and the Crown will now have to work together to dispel any doubts about the value of yesterday's apology at Taneatua from the Crown.
Election 2014 - In the first week of a new fact-checking column, Brent Edwards checks claims made at the campaign launches of Labour and New Zealand First.
Lithuania says its honorary consul in the rebel-held Ukrainian city of Luhansk has been murdered. It says consul Mykola Zelenec was kidnapped and brutally killed by terrorists.
Whether it's poverty, housing or education on your mind, Radio New Zealand has teamed up with Ask Away to let you raise your issues directly with election candidates.
A researcher says warmer than expected sea temperatures could be the explanation behind the behaviour of whales migrating through the Cook Strait this year.
Israel says a mortar bomb fired from Gaza has killed a four-year-old Israeli child in a border collective farm. The boy is the fourth civilian in Israel to be killed in an attack from the territory.
Labour leader David Cunliffe says if he had been the Prime Minister he would have personally dealt with media requests involving the Security Intelligence Service.
Local Government New Zealand says it will advise all councils to check their car fleets after a major case of alleged fraud in Dunedin. The council says 152 vehicles were sold fraudulently.
Police in Solomon Islands say it is now calm in the West Honiara settlement of Karaina after clashes between family groups from Temotu Province earlier this week.
The Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie has thrown the All Blacks' refereeing complaints back in their faces ahead of the second Bledisloe Cup Test at Eden Park.
The Crown has returned a historic flag to Ngai Tuhoe, to help restore injustices the iwi has suffered at the hands of the Crown. The move came as part of a formal apology. (AUDIO)
Spark is signalling this may be the last year its underlying profits will fall. It has reported a near doubling of annual net profit but its underlying result is down nearly 8 percent. (AUDIO)
A collection of conversations with poets about poetry, including some poems.
Thomas Goss explores how movies portray composers as lovers, heroes, spiritual figures, and even madmen
A collection of book readings, major dramas, drama series, children’s stories and other stuff available to listen to any time you want.
The Māori word of the week is: engari. Kei te pai au, engari kei te tangi ia. I'm ok, but she's crying.
The biggest thing to come out of Hamilton since powdered milk joins Music 101 in the studio perform unique versions of songs from The Golden Echo.
Leaders of Pacific Island countries are calling out for the world to address climate change – and the pleas often fall on deaf ears.
This week we are live streaming the national finale of New Zealand Choral Federation's national secondary school choir festival.
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