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Any chance of a clean fight for the Labour leadership is looking slim after David Cunliffe and Grant Robertson yesterday took pot-shots at each other. (VIDEO)
Thousands more people are joining pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong ahead of what organisers are confident will be the largest day so far, on China's National Day holiday.
The Post Primary Teachers' Association is planning a revolt against the body that registers and disciplines teachers. Possible measures include industrial action.
A row is brewing between senior doctors and health chiefs in the lower North Island over a planned major reorganisation of medical testing services. DHBs say privatisation is possible.
Beef prices are tipped to rise as world demand severely cuts this country's supplies and retailers struggle to absorb price increases.
A Christchurch couple fighting insurer Southern Response and the Earthquake Commission in court say accepting EQC's offer would leave them massively out of pocket.
The sonar search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight is about to resume, with a Malaysian ship the first to begin scouring the Indian Ocean off the coast of Australia for MH370.
Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully has accused the United Nations Security Council of paralysis and impotence, saying it is time for actions in the world's war zones. (AUDIO)
A magnitude 3.9 earthquake rattled the North Canterbury town of Oxford early this morning. Emergency services said there were no reports of damage.
The owner of Tonga's domestic airline, Real Tonga Airlines, says their commercial services have been impacted by reports that the government plans to revoke their licences.
South Sydney's Kiwi hooker Issac Luke will miss Sunday's National Rugby League grand final against Canterbury after the NRL judiciary upheld his suspension for a dangerous throw.
Iwi representatives from Northland and throughout the rest of New Zealand have taken part in a march in central Auckland in protest against deep sea oil drilling. (AUDIO)
Australian fund manager, Quattro Asset Management, is looking to snap up properties from two of New Zealand's largest listed property investors.
Last summer's drought meant Mike Moss couldn't feed his cows and he was forced to re-evaluate the way he'd been farming.
Reflections on the philosophy, science, economics and psychology of what it means to be happy.
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Hugh Robertson and Simon Morton go bush in search of a delightful wee fluffy bird that looks a bit like a robin.
Katy Gosset meets a mother on a mission and talks tics with some very articulate young people.
Jaspreet Singh on writing fiction about an unhealed wound in India's past, which he was trying to process himself.
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