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New Zealand has won its first medals of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, with the men's sprint cycling team taking gold and the men's 4000m pursuit team winning bronze.
The wreckage of an Air Algerie flight carrying 116 people has been spotted in northern Mali. The flight was lost over the Sahara in a sandstorm after it took off from Burkina Faso.
The United Nations Secretary-General has expressed his horror at an attack on a UN-run school in the northern Gaza strip that has killed women, children and staff.
It appears the opinion polls and many news media organisations have already decided the outcome of the general election. Labour and the Greens are trailing National in the polls.
Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee is being investigated by his own officials in the Civil Aviation Authority for avoiding a security check at Christchurch Airport on Thursday.
Police have apologised to victims of a serial rapist after a critical report by the IPCA. Assistant Commissioner Malcolm Burgess admits police failed to do their job. (AUDIO)
Forensics experts in the Netherlands, including three New Zealanders, are to begin the formal process of identifying bodies from the Malaysian plane shot down in Ukraine. (AUDIO)
One of the country's highest-paid public servants remains on sick leave following surgery at the start of the year. Mark Ford heads Auckland Council's water company.
The search effort following a plane crash near American Samoa began again at daylight this morning.
Cliff Curtis tells the story behind the inspirational local film about chess, community and mental health.
A collection of audio which explores the history of the Treaty of Waitangi, drawn from the Sound Archives / Ngā Taonga Kōrero collection.
Introducing 50 new Māori words over 50 weeks.
Women weigh up potential risks to their safety every day. But in doing so, are we upholding rape culture?
From our mountain parrot, the kea, to the bush-dwelling pipipi, to the urban house sparrow, a collection of bird stories and songs.
The NZSO National Youth Orchestra play an exciting programme of music by Strauss and their composer-in-residence, Sarah Ballard.
NZ dream-pop duo French for Rabbits take us along on their tour of Europe, playing at festivals, bars and in living rooms.
Former radio host Dan Carlin took his work to the Internet before podcasts were popular. Now he entertainingly explains historical events and politics in two cult-favourite 'casts.
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