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Opposition parties say the Department of Conservation is unable to do its job because of savage funding cuts and failed restructuring.
The production of the Disney film, Pete's Dragon, is set to inject up to 800 jobs into Wellington's screen industry over the next six months. Filming will take place from January to April next year.
The Wireless brings you stories you might have missed this week, told in the form it is impossible to ignore.
Nearly five million illegal migrants in the United States will have the threat of deportation deferred after President Barack Obama announced sweeping immigration changes.
New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key has been unanimously elected chair of the International Democrat Union, a global group of conservative and centre-right political parties.
The Chinese President has told business leaders that he wants to continue to build on the China New Zealand relationship in a way that will be economically beneficial for both nations.
A person has died in a crash involving a car and a truck on State Highway 1 at Otaika, just south of Whangarei, this afternoon. The road is likely to be closed for some hours.
Power Play with Brent Edwards - Slowly but surely, the Government appears to be softening the public up to break its promise of getting its finances back into surplus this financial year.
A fierce storm is bringing more snow to parts of the US north-east, with officials warning residents to be prepared for 1 metre of new snow, after eight people died in New York state. (AUDIO)
There are dramatic results emerging from elections in Solomon Islands as counting continues following voting on Wednesday.
The All Blacks captain Richie McCaw will bring up yet another milestone at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff this weekend when he captains the side for the 100th time in a Test match. (AUDIO)
Public health specialist Michael Baker says Māori are over-represented in the number of people who die in low rental accommodation.
Ryman Healthcare has posted another record first-half result and is forecasting its second-half will be even stronger.
Take a photographic journey around the country's marae with Robin and Sam Walters, who spend three years visiting the major, and more humble, meeting houses.
The 49th annual awards for popular music, affectionately know as The Tuis, took place on Thursday night. Explore our coverage of this - and previous years - New Zealand Music Awards.
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Visual displays, such as Google Glass can provide information in search and rescue, law enforcement, or firefighting operations, but how will they influence performance?
Mac Armstrong is a seven-time winner of the annual Invercargill to Auckland pigeon race, covering a distance of over 1,200 kilometres - as the pigeon flies.
Seven artists collaborated on an exhibition featuring contemporary interpretation of Waka Huia, intricately designed treasure boxes.
What will music look and sound like in the future? Victoria University students are creating robotics systems to drive old and new musical instruments.
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