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Election 2014 - Both United Future leader Peter Dunne and Act MP David Seymour are angling for ministerial positions in a new government. (VIDEO)
All Blacks first five-eighth Aaron Cruden is "deeply embarrassed" and disappointed in himself for missing a flight to play in Argentina after a night out drinking, he says.
An Auckland teacher accused of inappropriately touching female students as young as eight years old while in class has been cleared of all charges after a jury trial.
Australia's government will seek broad new security powers to combat what it says is a rising threat from militant Islamists, following counter-terrorism raids last week.
Election 2014 - The Labour Party needs to take a serious look at how it relates to the public following Saturday's disastrous election result, senior MP Grant Robertson says. (AUDIO)
An anaesthetist could face legal action for refusing to give a woman adequate pain relief during a Caesarean birth. She is now terrified of having another child, the health watchdog says. (AUDIO)
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, says Scotland will get more autonomy, after Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, accused him of trickery. (AUDIO)
Dirty Politics author Nicky Hager does not believe National Party advisor Jason Ede - named in the book as John Key's "black ops man" - has resigned voluntarily.
A Queenstown policewoman who racially abused a taxi driver has been discharged without conviction, after the judge ruled convicting her would have career implications.
Vanuatu's government has dismissed a report that a major nickel plant is to be built in Santo in the country's north.
Manchester United's stuttering start to the season has continued after they let a 3-1 lead slip to lose 5-3 at Leicester City in an enthralling Premier League football match.
Mana Party co-vice president Annette Sykes wants the Kingitanga to step in and help reconcile the political division within Maoridom. Labour won in six of the Maori electorates.
Fonterra's financial result for the year ended 31 July will be issued later this week, with profit expected to be about $0.5 billion less then it earned the year before.
Melody Thomas heads to the Portland headquarters of M'lady's Records and meets with Kiwi co-owner Fiona Campbell.
The Māori word of the week is: awa - river. Ka whakawhiti tātou i te awa i te wāhi whāiti. We'll cross the river at the narrow part.
Tributes to one of New Zealand's great sonic architects.
The founder of the One Percent Collective, Pat Shepherd talks about his little idea that inspired a lot of people.
A live set from pop folk artist Mahoney Harris with guests Wayne Bell, Diane Swan and Ben King.
In the light of the controversial Five Eyes international surveillance operation, Wayne Brittenden looks at the implications and related surveillance issues.
North Otago farmer turned artist Burns Pollock has been collecting local objects of interest for most of his life. Now, with paintbrush in hand, he's putting them in the limelight.
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