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Labour leader David Cunliffe will recommend to his caucus the party go through a full leadership primary in which the party's MPs, members and affiliated unions all vote. (AUDIO)
National could govern alone after its resounding win in the 2014 election but party leader and Prime Minister elect John Key says he is keen to work with other parties. (VIDEO)
About 300 protesters have marched up Auckland's Queen Street as part of a global protest which is taking place in about 150 countries to urge more action on climate change.
Abdullah Abdullah says he now accepts that his rival, Ashraf Ghani, should be president of Afghanistan following months of deadlock over the disputed presidential election.
Both the Kiwis and the Kangaroos will be missing a big star through injury in double blows for next month's Four Nations league tournament, to be held here and in Australia.
Some West Coast residents say they are upset by a new case of native forest being clear-felled - with one describing it as "ghastly" and "morally outrageous".
The former Fiji military commander has declared victory in the country's landmark election in an address to party supporters in Suva.
Roger Wilson reads some of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm's fairy tales.
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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.
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