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Two designers of the CTV building are to be interviewed by police as part of a criminal investigation into the building's collapse in February 2011, which killed 115 people. (AUDIO)
About 80 police officers remain in Ashburton investigating yesterday's shooting at a Work and Income office in which two women died and another was seriously injured. (VIDEO)
Election 2014 - National Party leader John Key and Labour Leader David Cunliffe have faced off in The Press Leaders Debate at St Margaret's College in Christchurch tonight.
Former music and drama teacher Charles Harter has pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting nine children he had contact with while teaching at Havelock North Primary School. (AUDIO)
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The Serious Fraud Office has laid charges against two people over what it says is about $2 million dollars worth of fraudulent invoices to power company Mighty River Power.
Amnesty International says it has gathered evidence that shows Islamic State jihadists have been carrying out what it calls a systematic campaign of ethnic cleansing in northern Iraq.
The Labour Party wants a return to 10-year passports and a review of locations and nature of gambling outlets in neighbourhoods as part of its Internal Affairs policy.
Prime Minister John Key has announced CERA would be merged into the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, if a National government was re-elected.
Fiji's military commander says the UN has stepped up efforts to secure the release of 45 of Fiji soldiers held by Syrian rebels.
The Canterbury shot-putter Tom Walsh has beaten a strong field at the a World Challenge Meeting in Zagreb, Croatia.
The Maori community in Ashburton is mourning the death of local kuia, Peggy Turuhira Noble, caught up in yesterday's fatal shooting at a Work and Income office in the town.
Global commodity prices for the country's exports have fallen for the sixth successive month. The commodity price index declined by 3.3% in August, from the previous month.
Todd Niall and Karen Mangnall investigate what the key elections issues mean for New Zealand's biggest and most diverse city.
US soldier Stephen Snyder-Hill talks about his 20-year journey as a gay man in the army and his role at the forefront of the US gay rights movement.
Simon Morton heads to the coast with Hugh Roberston in search of the fluttering shearwater.
Jack Perkins discovers an Aladdin's cave of oriental rugs and carpets in the central Wellington workshop of Anna Williams.
The man behind the Jack Reacher series talks about the success of his stories, his writing process and his use of marijuana.
The Sacred Chisels of Tamaki Makaurau is a collective of carvers that includes representatives from the five tribal regions of Auckland.
Gemma Gracewood meets up with the trio to talk about their US tour and their three respective solo albums.
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