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Fish and Game's chief executive wants Prime Minister John Key's written assurance that its statutory role is safe, while the Conservation Minister has dropped a threat of legal action. (AUDIO)
Internet Party leader Laila Harré is to stand in the Prime Minister's electorate of Hellensville, saying she wants a proper candidates' debate away from his army of spin doctors.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says his party won't be part of any deal involving either the Maori Party or Mana following the general election on 20 September. (AUDIO)
The New Zealand weightlifter, Richie Patterson, has won gold at the Commonwealth Games in dramatic fashion, with all hope of a medal coming down to his final lift.
Fonterra has slashed its forecast payout to farmers for this season from $7 per kilo of milk solids to $6, following sharp falls in global dairy prices which are down 16 percent since June.
The departure of an Air New Zealand aircraft from Hawaii has been postponed for the third night in a row. The plane is stuck in Honolulu because of an engineering problem.
Security officials in Ukraine believe the downed Malaysia Airlines jet in suffered an explosive loss of pressure after it was punctured by shrapnel from a missile.
The Auckland Council will have to re-run the vote to set its rates, after a technical blunder. Decisions were made in the wrong order, but this won't change what has to be paid.
The French High Commissioner in French Polynesia is defying the supreme court, saying he won't enforce its order against the territory's president because he may be pardoned by Francois Hollande.
The former adman, political strategist, environmental campaigner, mayor, and subject of the new biography, Wild Westie, talks with Kim Hill about his life.
Journalist Nina Teicholz suggests that fat is not the enemy, and that our long-held beliefs don't add up.
Heather Hapeta’s 50th birthday present to herself is a backpack, a youth hostel card, an 'around-the-world' air ticket, and enough money for a year of budget travel.
The story of four convicts who spent more than nine years on the Snares Islands in the early years of the nineteenth century
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We sent Hollie Fullbrook away with a portable recorder to capture the sounds and stresses of European touring.
The story of the drovers who moved stock around the country and helped shaped our nation.
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