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Police investigating the murder of Christchurch prostitute Mellory Manning are promising to bring the rest of her killers to justice as they lock away the first person responsible.
China has urged Malaysia to step up its efforts in the hunt for the jetliner that mysteriously vanished on a flight to Beijing with 239 people on board.
Prime Minister John Key says there will not be a referendum on whether to change the flag with this year's election, but there will be one if the National Party is returned to power.
American whistleblower Edward Snowden has testified at the European Parliament that the United States has pressured New Zealand to change its laws to enable mass spying on citizens.
Kate Mead hosts a weekly forum for contemporary music.
Simon Morton explores the things we use and consume.
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