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Charges against a New Zealander in Myanmar accused of insulting Buddhism have no basis in international law, Amnesty International says. (AUDIO)
The number of people moving to New Zealand permanently or long-term is still hitting all-time highs.
A family with a severely disabled daughter have been waiting two years for a small change to their state house that would dramatically improve their lives. (AUDIO)
Five Greymouth police officers were needed to save the life of a swimmer caught in surf at the town's Blaketown Beach.
About 10,000 people have been evacuated near Berlin after the discovery of a massive unexploded World War II bomb.
An Airforce Iroquois helicopter is helping in the search for a missing tramper in the Tararua Forest Park north of Wellington.
The Dunedin City Council is being criticised for not picking up the Citifleet fraud sooner than it did, after a report found huge pitfalls in its culture and processes. (AUDIO)
Justice Minister Amy Adams says more work is needed to plug gaps in the system following a report into murderer and paedophile Phillip Smith's flight overseas.
American defence officials claim several Islamic State (IS) leaders have been killed in US air strikes in northern Iraq in recent weeks.
The Solomon Islands Prime Minister says the 2015 financial year will be complex to manage as the country's economic outlook remains fragile.
The New Zealand cricket coach Mike Hesson believes a bundle of wickets is just around the corner for Black Caps express bowler Adam Milne.
A Far North iwi plans to buy back its ancestral maunga, Whakakoro. It was the home of Ngapuhi tupuna Ueoneone and the ancestral mountain of Te Rarawa and hapu Ngati Haua.
Spark's internet TV business Lightbox has formed a joint venture with Coliseum Sports Media to offer premium sport content to subscribers. (AUDIO)
Nor'west winds and weather patterns are being labelled a curse by farmers in the Otago region - bringing too much rain for some and not enough for others.
Visit historic Whariwharangi Bay Hut in the Abel Tasman national park, and gain an insight into life as a hut warden.
Paul Brennan talks to the creator of a miniature Christmas village complete with houses and people, trees, snow, lights, a train and a Bavarian Brewery.
A reverend, community workers, and contestants at a Pasifika gender-bending ball talk about how spirituality can coexist with sexuality for Pacific people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender, queer and intersex.
Local guitarist and song writer Stan Woodhouse was seduced by Melbourne’s busy music scene, but it’s a hard life working in bars to pay the rent, even in the seediest part of Fitzroy.
Toby Morris has a confession to make.
Dipping into New Zealand's rock and roll archives Simon Grigg looks at music from Upper Hutt, home of The Fourmyula, The Bitter End, Frankie and Jon Stevens and, of course, Upper Hutt Posse.
Bestselling author Naomi Klein is calling for politics to be transformed to deal with the impact of the changing climate.
As a kid, Luke Ronaki never imagined he'd join the police force. Now he's on the beat and armed with a valuable tool.
From our mountain parrot, the kea, to the bush-dwelling pipipi, to the urban house sparrow, a collection of bird stories and songs.
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