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Election 2014 - Support for National and Labour have fallen in the latest major poll out today, while smaller parties appear to have benefited from disclosures in the book, Dirty Politics. (AUDIO)
The Supreme Court has ruled that an insurance company must pay out for damages from multiple earthquakes - not just the final tremor that left a property unable to be repaired. (AUDIO)
BlogWatch columnist Peter Fowler looks at the controversy around the song "Kill the PM" and how misinformation about NZ On Air spread quickly online.
A jury has found a man guilty of going on a violent crime spree in Auckland targeting Asian tourists. John Koteka denied charges including aggravated robbery and aggravated assault. (AUDIO)
Go to our Election 2014 page for the latest on the campaign trail, POLL of POLLS, POWER PLAY, our party leader VIDEOS, Fact or Fiction?, Ask Away and the Big Issues.
A consumer advocate says power prices should be slashed, after one of New Zealand's largest power companies posted an annual profit of almost $50 million. (AUDIO)
At least 1400 children were subjected to appalling sexual exploitation in the English city of Rotherham between 1997 and 2013, a report has found. Children as young as 11 were raped.
Labour and the Greens say it is untenable for Judith Collins to remain a minister in the wake of her latest gaffe and the Prime Minister must step in. (AUDIO)
The Hawke's Bay Regional Council is keeping secret the amount of money its investment company needs to continue developing the controversial Ruataniwha Dam project.
The Fiji High Court will this Friday hear an application by the Fiji Labour Party to re-instate a candidate on the electoral roll.
Roger Federer's bid for an 18th grand slam title has begun with a workmanlike straight sets win over Austrailan Marinko Matosevic to advance to the second round of the U.S. Open.
A row over the running of a Northland Maori immersion school has deepened with the school's commissioner releasing a draft report on his review.
Dairy giant Fonterra is planning to invest more than $1 billion in a Chinese joint venture and boost processing capacity in New Zealand. It is sticking to its forecast milk payout of $6. (AUDIO)
Discussions with party leaders, portfolio holders and potential politicians prior to the 2014 Election.
An award-winning project by photographer Robin Hammond documents the living conditions of people with mental illness in many strife-torn African regions.
Wallace Chapman talks with photographer Jane Ussher and scientists George Blaisdell and Professor Steve Pointing about the frozen continent.
The voices of the men and women who were there to tell the story of New Zealand in the First World War.
Artist Johnson Witehira's portfolio ranges from typography, tee-shirts, street art to Māori-themed wallpaper.
The year is 1977. There are 1000 computers in NZ. A new hierarchy has grown up around electronic data processing workers who “inhabit a different world... full of jargon and youth and pushiness”.
Is Dirty Politics is a ‘beltway’ issue?; reporting election campaign gaffes; Radio NZ's digital-era direction; gruesome news images; paying for news online – and TV on-demand.
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