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Election 2014 - The National Party's support has fallen in the first opinion poll carried out since Nicky Hager's book Dirty Politics was released, though the party is still on 50 percent in Herald-Digi Poll . (AUDIO)
Election 2014 - Prime Minister John Key has more questions to answer over what he knew about the release of SIS information to right-wing blogger Cameron Slater, after insisting his office was told but he was not informed directly. (VIDEO)
Power Play with Brent Edwards - This week, probably the most important election document was released. But, unlike Nicky Hager's book, it got scant attention.
One of the US aid workers who has recovered from an Ebola infection said he was "thrilled to be alive" after he and another patient were discharged from an Atlanta hospital. (AUDIO)
The New Zealand wine industry has confirmed a record grape harvest this year. All up, 445,000 tonnes of grapes have been picked - about 60,000 more than last year.
Treaty negotiations Minister Chris Finlayson will formally apologise to Ngai Tuhoe today for the Crown's historical wrong-doings, including land confiscations and wrongful killings.
Bank of America has agreed to pay $US16.7 billion to United States authorities for misleading investors about the quality of loans it sold in 2008 at the height of the financial crisis.
The Economic Development Minister says despite recent bad news on the job front, jobs are being created and training is giving people essential skills. Labour is promising to deliver higher-value jobs. (AUDIO)
Dunedin leaders are cautiously welcoming Labour's election package for the South Island city promising spending of at least a quarter of a billion dollars. (AUDIO)
All Samoa government ministries, corporations and public schools will be involved in a mass clean up campaign today to stop the spread of chikungunya.
The Wellington Phoenix are seeking legal advice but remain confident of signing playmaker Michael McGlinchey who has been told he is still contracted to the Central Coast Mariners.
King Tuheitia has opened up about his health and one of his sons getting into trouble with the law - calling the media coverage of the case a "circus".
The number of people moving to New Zealand or staying long term has continued to hover near all-time highs, while the number of Kiwis moving to Australia has plummeted.
It is National Poetry Day so here is a collection of conversations with poets about poetry, including some poems.
The Government fast-tracked its ban on shark finning this week, in part because of pressure from campaigners like Taylor Finderup.
Is there enough global support to conserve orangutans in their natural habitat?
Leaders of Pacific Island countries are calling out for the world to address climate change – and the pleas often fall on deaf ears.
Wellington South Anglican community minister Richard Noble discusses the contribution people with mental illness make to Christian ministry.
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