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Election 2014 - The Prime Minister has responded to claims made by US whistleblower Edward Snowden, saying there is no mass surveillance nor to his knowledge NSA bases in New Zealand. (VIDEO)
Election 2014 - Publishers behind US rapper, Eminem, have launched legal action against the National Party over a song used in its campaign advert seeking damages for copyright infringement.
A Blenheim Catholic priest has indicated he will plead guilty to one charge of indecent assault. Father Alistair Aidan Kay appeared in the Blenheim District Court this morning.
Election 2014 - With names like Julian Assange and Edward Snowden involved, Monday night's 'Moment of Truth' meeting saw the issue of surveillance in New Zealand making headlines around the world.
The New Zealand and Australian governments are to spend more than $3 million in an attempt to develop a vaccine against rheumatic fever.
A woman who murdered an elderly man by knocking him out with a sports trophy and setting him alight, has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum non-parole period of 15 years.
The United States has carried out airstrikes in Iraq in support of troops who were being attacked by Islamic State fighters. The US has conducted 162 airstrikes across Iraq since August.
Internet Party leader Laila Harre has no doubt that Kim Dotcom believes an email which suggests his residency was granted in order to be extradited to the US is legitimate. (AUDIO)
The Government has confirmed a $100 million boost for the University of Canterbury after the February 2011 quakes saw 10 buildings unable to be used.
Vanuatu's police commissioner, Arthur Caulton, has confirmed his suspension from the role by the Police Service Commission.
The Crusaders midfield back Ryan Crotty won't be available for the All Blacks next match in the Rugby Championship against Argentina in La Plata as he recovers from a cheek injury.
The Labour Party's Maryan Street is criticising the Government's appointment today of new members to the Waitangi Tribunal, saying it is out of order so close to the election.
Infratil's sales of its Australian energy businesses for $A605 million, plus adjustments, is an outstanding success, analysts say. The company expects to book a profit of about $NZ350 million.
Science writer John Pickrell reveals how dinosaurs developed flight and became the birds in our backyards.
On the eve of its 150th anniversary celebrations, Lisa Thompson hears how the Band of the Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery is still marching on.
Find out what the fuss is about metadata: what it is, who might have your data and what it's used for.
Toa Waaka, vice president of the Society for Māori Astronomy Research and Traditions, explains the stars of the Milky Way from a Māori perspective.
Much-loved local entertainers Jools and Lynda play favorite tunes and talk with Kim Hill.
Missing persons expert Diane Rowe takes us on a dark ride through the underbelly of a city not prepared to give up its secrets easily.
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