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The Israeli ambassador to New Zealand is defending his country's military involvement in Gaza after international condemnation of the bombing of a UN-run school, killing at least 16 civilians. (AUDIO)
A teenager who was 15 years old when he murdered and sexually violated an Ashburton mother has been jailed for life. Bronson Kelekelio will serve at least 14-and-a-half years.
A bill passed into law will make foreign-owned fishing boats adopt New Zealand labour and safety laws and give the MPI new powers, deputy director-general Scott Gallacher says. (AUDIO)
New Zealand cyclist Linda Villumsen won the women's time trial in a close finish at the Commonwealth Games with just six seconds between her and England's Emma Pooley.
Health and road safety experts are heralding the lower drink-drive limit, but the hospitality industry and some lawyers say it will criminalise moderate drinkers.
New Zealand's Attorney-General Chris Finlayson has met with the Deputy Director of the FBI, but is refusing to say whether they discussed internet entrepeneur Kim Dotcom.
Israel has mobilised 16,000 additional reservists, taking their force to 86,000 soldiers, as operations in Gaza continue despite international criticism after a UN-run school was shelled, killing 16 civilians.
The Earthquake Commission has settled 85 percent of Canterbury building claims and paid $6.8 billion in settlements, it says. All up, 143,900 claims have been resolved.
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister has emphasised the relevance of the Pacific Islands Forum as a vehicle for addressing big issues.
The story of the drovers who moved stock around the country and helped shaped our nation.
David Steemson drops in on Eric Von Hurst, one of only two certified kilt makers in New Zealand.
The story of four convicts who spent more than nine years on the Snares Islands in the early years of the nineteenth century
Known for recording rivers and burning pianos, composer Annea Lockwood looks for music in untraditional places.
Movie-makers and actors, videos and ephemera related to the NZ International Film Festival 2014.
Introducing 50 new Māori words over 50 weeks.
Eminent historian Professor Margaret MacMillan explores the origins of the First World War, and the contemporary parallels to what happened a century ago.
The former adman, political strategist, environmental campaigner, mayor, and subject of the new biography, Wild Westie, talks with Kim Hill about his life.
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