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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)
A passenger plane with 116 people on board has gone missing about an hour into its flight to Algiers from Ouagadougou in the West African country of Burkina Faso on Thursday.
Parliament has passed two important Treaty settlements - one involving Te Urewera National Park with Tuhoe; the other Auckland's volcanic cones with Tamaki Makaurau iwi. (AUDIO)
Valerie Adams, the Silver Ferns and the Rugby Sevens promise success for New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, where 232 of our athletes will compete.
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)
KiwiRail has accepted four urgent recommendations for Wellington's commuter train network to stop further collisions after one of its trains hit a stop block, injuring two people. (AUDIO)
The Hamas leader has said there can be no ceasefire to ease the conflict in Gaza without an end to Israel's blockade. It follows further Israeli airstrikes and ground operations in Gaza.
Queenstown Lakes District councillors have given the green light to the biggest subdivision in Wanaka's history that will increase the South Island town's size by 50 percent.
The lawyer for French Polynesia's president has asked Francois Hollande for a pardon after France's highest court upheld his corruption conviction.
Cliff Curtis tells the story behind the inspirational local film about chess, community and mental health.
Writer Jean Watson sold her house to fund a children's home in South India. 30 years on the story is told in a new documentary.
The story of four convicts who spent more than nine years on the Snares Islands in the early years of the nineteenth century
Women weigh up potential risks to their safety every day. But in doing so, are we upholding rape culture?
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.
The challenges and rewards that come with working with our fastest growing migrant population.
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