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Zika has thrust microcephaly into the spotlight - but for American mother-of-three Gwen Hartley, it has been a feature of the last 15 years of her life. (AUDIO)
A teenager who died after jumping from Raglan's Te Kopua footbridge is a local boy, Richard Keremeta. (AUDIO)
Parliament's back - with Prime Minister John Key using his opening statement to attack Labour's position on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. (AUDIO)
Wanted man Ihaka Paul has been taken away by armed police in Frasertown near Wairoa, residents say.
The United States Government has asked the High Court in Auckland to speed up Kim Dotcom's appeal process.
Philanthropist Gareth Morgan has pledged to stump up the difference to buy a beach in the Abel Tasman National Park. (VIDEO)
Gang experts are questioning the figures behind a bid to crack down on gun violence, which could include harsher gun laws.
Beyoncé Knowles' new single, complete with a charged political message, has triggered a predictable tweetstorm. Megan Whelan walks through the chatter. (VIDEO)
Police in Auckland are trying to find a man who saved a five-year-old girl from drowning two days before Christmas.
The housing market is showing further signs of levelling out with the national median and Auckland region prices falling slightly in the latest QV monthly data. (COMMENTS)
The NZ government is not considering introducing a health surcharge for visitors from the United Kingdom, despite a new charge for Kiwis in Britain.
The MP for Manus Open in Papua New Guinea Ronnie Knight has again warned of growing social problems around the presence of refugees in the community.
A meteorite has been blamed for the death of an Indian man. If confirmed it would be the first such case in recorded history.
Sports Call - The bump ball brouhaha has reignited trans-Tasman passions, but were the Australians hard done by?
New Zealand's remaining angora goat farmers are perplexed at why more people don't join their industry. (AUDIO)
Guy and Sue Trafford are about to start milking sheep on their Canterbury property to make ice cream and yoghurt. (AUDIO)
The story of paua jewellery, from art souvenir and tourist kitsch to highly collectible Kiwi icon. (AUDIO)
Zac Arnold catches up with Oscar Key Sung to discuss the finer points of DJing the official after-party for Laneway Festival 2016. (AUDIO)
Dr Kevin Burns has been researching what's driving the immigration and extinction of certain native species, and what can be done to slow the invasion of exotic plants. (AUDIO)
Roger Anderson is fed up with telemarketers. Rather than just hanging up when they call, he decided to fight back.
DIIV's Zachary Cole Smith speaks to Emma Smith about the slippery poetry that shaped their new album, Is This Is Are, and the influence of krautrock. (AUDIO)
The man accused of murdering a Massey University student last year has pleaded guilty to killing her after the charge was changed to manslaughter.
A new bill that would prevent sex offenders from legally changing their names would breach their rights, says the Law Society.
A Cook Islands Financial Intelligence Unit investigation is about to get underway into deputy prime minister Teariki Heather and the opposition says he should step aside.
Apple is facing a backlash from customers over a software update that disables iPhone 6 handsets if it detects repairs by third-party technicians. (COMMENTS)
Former Kiwis captain Benji Marshall believes he has got two or three National Rugby League seasons left in him, but accepts he may not be with St George Illawarra beyond this year.
The Christchurch City Council has softened a proposal to remove protections from hundreds of significant trees on private land. (AUDIO)
The National Maori Tobacco Control Service is urging the government to keep increasing the cost of tobacco, and by greater amounts. (AUDIO)
The accelerator appears to have eased off the trucks, with ANZ's monthly Truckometer index falling for both light and heavy traffic movements.
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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