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The long-awaited police review into the Crewe murders 44 years ago has failed to answer the questions who killed the couple and why a police officer was not prosecuted for corruption. Arthur Allan Thomas was pardoned over the case.
The Government will take over the running of the Novopay payroll system and has reached a cash settlement with Australian company Talent2. Principals welcome the change.
The Labour Party has announced it would set up a Commission of Inquiry into wages and collective bargaining if it is elected to Government, as part of its work and wages policy.
Para swimmer Sophie Pascoe has joined fellow swimmer Lauren Boyle and mountain biker Anton Cooper on the gold medal podium in the latest Commonwealth Games action.
New Zealand is to give an extra $4.6 million to monitor illegal and unreported fishing in the Pacific and help nations to reap a larger share of the tuna harvest.
A case in which two women have asked the court to remove name suppression for themselves and a man convicted of sexual abuse, has been described as important for the legal system.
The United States and the European Union have agreed the toughest sanctions yet against Russia over its support for rebels in Ukraine. Moscow denies it is supplying weapons.
The Crown was under pressure to give Christchurch residents timely decisions about quake-damaged land in 2011, the Supreme Court has been told.
The President of Palau is urging Pacific leaders to pull up their sleeves and get to work to protect the region's oceans and precious fisheries.
Naked Scientist Dr Chris Smith and Simon Morton are co-hosting two lively one-hour shows, showcasing the best in New Zealand science and technology to the world.
Eminent historian Professor Margaret MacMillan explores the origins of the First World War, and the contemporary parallels to what happened a century ago.
Tiaho Trust celebrates the contributions people with disabilites make to society and is promoting Northland as an accessible tourism destination.
Spinach Pies from Crete, Caramelised Fennel, Mint and Toasted Almond Pie, Hearty Tamarillo Bourguignon Pie, Chicken and Salsify Pie...
Movie-makers and actors, videos and ephemera related to the NZ International Film Festival 2014.
Heather Hapeta’s 50th birthday present to herself is a backpack, a youth hostel card, an 'around-the-world' air ticket, and enough money for a year of budget travel.
Musicologist Samantha Owens introduces us to some of the working German musicians who visited to our shores from the 1850s up until the outbreak of World War I.
Designed in 2002 and made by local craftspeople, the Golden Bay community coffin is used about 12 times a year.
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