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Election 2014 - More than a thousand people have attended a public meeting in Auckland, with speeches from American journalist Glenn Greenwald and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. READ the highlights here.
Election 2014 - A timeline of the events surrounding internet businessman Kim Dotcom, Prime Minister John Key and the Government's spy agency - the GCSB.
Government minister Hekia Parata has been heckled at a rally on domestic violence in Wellington. About 300 people marched from Civic Square to Parliament to highlight the issues. (VIDEO)
A fire investigator says post-quake over-crowding is pushing up the risk of house fires in Canterbury. Corey McLean was killed saving his pregnant friend from a burning house. (AUDIO)
Go to our Election 2014 page for the latest on the campaign trail, Poll of Polls, Power Play, our party leader VIDEOS, Fact or Fiction?,Ask Away and The Big Issues.
A beauty therapist has breached a patient's rights by not following procedures in treating a woman for patchy skin tone, Deputy Health and Disability Commissioner Theo Baker says.
Police in Fiji say they will not tolerate any breach of the law in the run-up to the elections on Wednesday - the first poll in the Pacific nation in eight years.
As crowds gathered to hear American journalist Glenn Greenwald, the Prime Minister said a proposal for what he described as a 'broad programme of data protection' was abandoned, in part... (AUDIO)
A jury at the High Court in Auckland has heard details of an attack on a police officer, by the wife of the man accused of attempted murder. Walter Tauatevalu denies the charge.
There is now a black out in force in Fiji on all political activity in the run up to elections on Wednesday.
New Zealand's Olympic and World Shotput champion Valerie Adams' streak of 56 victories at consecutive competitions has been ended by a botched injection.
The united sub-tribes of Ngapuhi say they are elated with the Waitangi Tribunal's decision to hold an urgent hearing into the approval of Tuhoronuku by the Crown to lead settlement negotiations.
Xero's founder and chief executive Rod Drury says the rollout to small and medium-sized US-based accountants and bookkeepers is still at least four to five years away.
Future funk, soul and r&b outfit Electric Wire Hustle talk about their evolving sound and latest release.
On the eve of its 150th anniversary celebrations, Lisa Thompson hears how the Band of the Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery is still marching on.
Juliet Harbutt – an authority on the history and characteristics of the great cheeses of the world – discusses the seven types of cheeses and what makes the perfect cheeseboard.
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