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Election 2014 - Kim Dotcom loomed over the last leaders' debate of the election campaign as Labour and National argued over who could most easily form a government. (AUDIO)
New Zealand caddie Steve Williams and Australian golfer Adam Scott have announced the end of their partnership after three years. Williams wants to spend more time with family.
Election 2014 - National has lost ground in the latest polls to an average of 47.5%. That would still get it back into office with the support of ACT and United Future.
Gunmen have attacked a teacher training college in the Nigerian city of Kano, with officials saying at least 13 people have been killed. A further 34 were killed.
With another election looming on Saturday, what are some of the main political issues for tāngata whenua? Te Reo Māori, education, housing and employment are on the list.
A Wellington accountant has sparked criticism after saying there is no evidence of growing income inequality over the past 20 years. (AUDIO)
The latest provisional results in Fiji's elections give the party representing Frank Bainimarama a strong lead, and his personal vote has swamped others.
Some of National's potential coalition partners say party leader John Key has handled the allegations of mass spying on New Zealanders poorly.
An Otara man who bashed a police officer, leaving him with several broken bones in his face, has been found not guilty by a jury of attempted murder.
The party of Fiji's prime minister Frank Bainimarama has taken a commanding lead in the country's election.
Tasman remain in the top four of the ITM Cup rugby Premiership with Jimmy Cowan in a fine form as they score a 5 tries to 2, 38-14 victory over Southland in Invercargil.
A kaupapa Maori drug rehabilitation programme wants money seized from criminals to be put back into all community groups, not only Government agencies.
It appears certain Fonterra has lost the giant French food company Danone as a customer for good following the impact of last year's botulism scare. (AUDIO)
Aucklanders are being encouraged to create their own pollen hotels to help 160,000 hungry honey bees currently foraging for food in the CBD.
Science writer John Pickrell reveals how dinosaurs developed flight and became the birds in our backyards.
Lift your workplace productivity by up to 15%; no planning apps, to-do lists, or gadgets required...all you need is a pot plant in your office!
Dr Siouxsie Wiles explains the world's first free-walking 'soft' robot, which can navigate all kinds of terrain, and survive being run over and set on fire.
Social provocateur Will Self's subject matter often includes mental illness, illegal drugs and psychiatry. His new novel is no exception.
PhD student Lily Chang is trying to determine if an eye test could be developed for early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.
Anne Else’s memoir is a tale of life, love and food. She shares her story with Kathryn Ryan and runs through a couple of recipes – one for an Albanian dish, Mish me Kos.
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