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The wife of former ACT MP John Banks was humiliated and insulted during his High Court trial after being labelled an unreliable witness, he says. (VIDEO)
Crown lawyers claim there is a growing risk internet businessman Kim Dotcom will flee New Zealand and say he should be kept in prison ahead of his extradition hearing.
People making submissions on the anti-terror bill this evening have condemned the Government for rushing it through Parliament without proper consultation.
A collision between a Fonterra milk tanker and a van south of Rotorua has left two people dead and seven others in hospital injured. The crash happened on SH5 near Reporoa.
Filipino journalist Norman Zafra, in Wellington for the past two years, returned home for The Wireless to report on the rebuild after Supertyphoon Haiyan.
Convicted murderer and child molester Phillip John Smith has been deported from Brazil and will land in Auckland tomorrow. Police footage of his departure has been released. (VIDEO)
An Otago prison guard who refused to co-operate with the inquest into a prisoner's death can be named as Fred Matenga - the husband of a senior prison manager. (AUDIO)
The Green Party has asked the Chief Archivist to look into whether Prime Minister John Key is destroying public records by deleting all of his text messages. (AUDIO)
Tens of thousands of Queenslanders are without power and facing a huge clean-up after a storm hit yesterday, bringing with it cyclonic winds and softball-sized hail.
The French Polynesia assembly has adopted a resolution asking France to pay compensation for the environmental damage caused by its nuclear weapons tests.
Pakistan bowling great Waqar Younis has questioned whether the bowler Sean Abbott will be able to continue in cricket after delivering the ball that led to the tragic death of Phillip Hughes.
Hamilton-based Te Runanga o Kirikiriroa says it must sell most of the 62 houses it plans to build, otherwise it won't be able to continue developing more for people in need.
The New Zealand dollar has been dragged down by its Australian counterpart today as Brent crude oil prices fell 6 percent to new four-year lows below $US72 a barrel.
Competition is running hot between the giraffe weevil, peripatus and the bee. Our Spineless Wonder of the Year poll closes at midnight on Sunday – vote now to have your say!
Charlotte Wilson looks at the influence World War One had on the British composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.
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Alison Ballance visits Orokonui Ecosanctuary near Dunedin, home to the southern-most tuatara population in New Zealand.
Ta moko has played a key part in the revitalisation of traditional Maori art and continues to grow. Some also choose it as a therapy.
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