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New Zealand has claimed its second gold medal at the Commonwealth Games with track cyclist Sam Webster winning the men's sprint race in Glasgow. He beat England's Jason Kenney in a thrilling final.
Israel has told US Secretary of State John Kerry it will begin a 12-hour pause in Gaza hostilities starting at 4pm Saturday New Zealand time, US officials say.
The British are buying Premium New Zealand wine this year at a rate beaten only by product from France. One in five bottles over £7 bought in Britain is from New Zealand.
As has been the case at many previous Commonwealth Games, it is volunteers who are greasing the wheels to ensure the smooth running of Glasgow 2014.
The Labour and Green parties have condemned the granting of consents for a major new highway between Auckland and Northland, saying it's a waste of money.
Airport staff in New Plymouth have cleared the runway after a plane broke down as it was preparing to take off on Friday afternoon, forcing some flights to be cancelled.
At least two Palestinians have been killed and scores wounded in the West Bank during a protest against Israel's military campaign in Gaza that has seen the death toll climb above 800. (AUDIO)
The High Court has ruled that Kaipara ratepayers must pay for debts the council ran up for the $60 million Mangawhai sewerage scheme, which they didn't told about. (AUDIO)
The Health Department in American Samoa says it has confirmed the acute rash outbreak as cases of Chikungunya, a virus similar to dengue fever.
The NZSO National Youth Orchestra play an exciting programme of music by Strauss and their composer-in-residence, Sarah Ballard.
An introduction to Edvard Grieg, touching on the famous works while encouraging us to explore some of the lesser-known gems.
Scientists explore the connections between memory and brain plasticity, Alzheimer’s disease and the hippocampus.
Valerie Adams, the Silver Ferns and the rugby sevens promise success for New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Photosport.
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