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Civil Defence staff in Greymouth will remain on standby overnight as more West Coast residents are expected to be forced from their homes following a major storm that has battered much of the country.
The South Korean government has set up an investigation into the ferry disaster amid anger from grieving relatives. Nine people have died and almost 300 are still missing.
Parliament has passed Treaty of Waitangi legislation that lays down conditions for the use of the Ka Mate haka performed by the All Blacks.
Remember that song? Weekly nostalgia and musical memories with Peter Fry.
Anthonie Tonnon visits New Zealand’s most talked about places to see music, from big city institutions to port town oddities and near-mythical stages in the bush.
Take your ears on an exotic journey as we feature world music artists from around the globe.
Simon Morton explores the things we use and consume.
Ideas and tips for parenting during holidays and the transition between home and school, recreation and regular schedule.
Pacific leaders talk about the times of change as they remember their journeys to independence and self government.
Megan Whelan speaks to a couple about what it has meant for them.
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