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Election 2014 - A visit by the Prime Minister to a mall in Rotorua had to be abandoned abruptly this morning because of an Internet Mana protest.
The number of people moving to New Zealand or staying long-term has hit an all-time high. The tide of New Zealanders heading across the Tasman has also slowed significantly.
Election 2014 - In our fifth week examining political statements to assess whether they are fact, fiction or exaggeration we consider Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden. (AUDIO)
Part of central Christchurch has been cordoned off following the discovery of several grenades at a redzone site. Bomb disposal experts have been sent to the scene.
Under the grill - In our final question to the leaders of parties represented in parliament, we asked what they prefered most - cats or dogs? (VIDEO)
The partner of a man killed when an object smashed through his car windscreen has told a coroner whatever hit him in the head was the size of a brick, during an inquest into his death today.
The IWC has agreed to a New Zealand call for tougher scrutiny of Japan's Antarctic hunts but rejected a bid to expand protection in the South Atlantic.
The Advertising Standards Authority has ruled the Conservative Party breached its code of ethics in an election pamphlet targeting New Zealand First leader Winston Peters.
Elderly women on Auckland's North Shore are being targeted by a gang of thieves who are stealing pin numbers at supermarket checkouts. There have been eight victims in two weeks.
Five political parties in Fiji say complaints about electoral fraud have been trickling in from around the country.
Two new caps have been named in the Silver Ferns squad to play Australia in the four-Test Constellation Cup series which starts in two weeks time, while there is one surprise omission.
The Tertiary Education Union says it is concerned that there are other motives behind the proposed closure of Maori Business Programme at the University of Victoria.
The Government has thrown Solid Energy a $103 million financial lifeline that allows the miner to avoid becoming technically insolvent.
A selection of historical interviews, features and documentaries about women, the vote and equality over the decades.
From stick insects to kahikatea, a new book takes an eclectic look at New Zealand nature.
For many people of colour, election time is yet another reminder that others see their claim to call NZ home as somewhat tentative, simply because of their race.
Exploring the influence children have on their parents when they are shopping at the supermarket.
The Māori word of the week is: pahi - bus. Kei mahue koe i te pahi. You might miss the bus.
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.
Athlete and trainer Bevan Eyles has concluded it is all about a person's behaviour and figuring out what works for them.
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