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Fonterra has acknowledged that last year's botulism scare is among the reasons production has dropped at its packaging plant in Waikato. Up to 110 jobs could go. (AUDIO)
A national day of mourning was being held in the Netherlands on Wednesday, as the first bodies of victims of the Malaysia Airlines disaster were due to be returned from Ukraine. (AUDIO)
The Prime Minister is coming under increasing pressure to disclose how much taxpayers' money errant list MP Claudette Hauiti misspent, but John Key says he does not know. (AUDIO)
For most people, the idea of standing on stage doing improvised theatre is the stuff of nightmares. Yet Isaac Thomas feels the fear - and does it anyway. Watch on The Wireless.
Reigning Olympic, Commonwealth and World Champion shot putter Valerie Adams has been named flag bearer for the New Zealand Commonwealth Games team in Glasgow.
The lawyer for a Wellington woman awarded more than $1 million in a divorce settlement says it's a landmark ruling. Her ex-husband lost a High Court appeal over the amount. (AUDIO)
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights says Israel may have committed war crimes by killing civilians, and shelling houses and hospitals during its ongoing offensive in the Gaza Strip.
The head of Wellington Regional Council has "grave doubts" for a proposed rapid public transport system, now that the flyover at the Basin Reserve will not go ahead.
The Pacific Network on Globalisation accuses the EU of forcing Fiji into ratifying a free-trade agreement.
The challenges and rewards that come with working with our fastest growing migrant population.
The NZSO National Youth Orchestra play an exciting programme of music by Strauss and their composer-in-residence, Sarah Ballard.
Tired of tidying your house and folding the washing? Need a friend? A surgeon? Mechanised help may be at hand within the decade.
People involved in the Maori new year celebrations show what Matariki means to them. (video)
From our mountain parrot, the kea, to the bush-dwelling pipipi, to the urban house sparrow, a collection of bird stories and songs.
Former radio host Dan Carlin took his work to the Internet before podcasts were popular. Now he entertainingly explains historical events and politics in two cult-favourite 'casts.
The true story of four convicts who spent more than nine years on the Snares Islands in the early years of the nineteenth century,
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.
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