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Bodies and the flight recorders from the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 are on their way out of disputed territory in eastern Ukraine, nearly a week after the plane was shot down. (AUDIO)
Prime Minister John Key has been accused of breaking his word by now refusing to apologise to the Wellington woman at the centre of the Malaysian diplomat case. (AUDIO)
Divisions are emerging among Wellington City Councillors after the release of a decision that scuttles a proposed flyover at the historic Basin Reserve. (AUDIO)
Labour leader David Cunliffe has told his caucus he regrets taking a holiday during the party's poor showing in the polls and has reminded some MPs to stick to core election messages. (AUDIO)
Local Government Minister Paula Bennett is to introduce a taskforce to tackle what she describes as "loopy" rules and regulations which frustrate property owners and councils.
A decision to hear a court case in Wellington to decide how much Christchurch residents should be paid for earthquake land damage has upset a group of property owners.
Diplomatic efforts to broker a truce in Gaza have intensified, with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon meeting American Secretary of State John Kerry in Cairo.
An expert witness has told an inquest into a fatal mid-air collision in July 2010 that systemic problems at Feilding Aerodrome contributed to the accident. Two people died.
A Papua New Guinea disaster official says more money needed for flood-hit Southern Highlands Province.
People involved in the Maori new year celebrations show what Matariki means to them. (video)
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NZ dream-pop duo French for Rabbits take us along on their tour of Europe, playing at festivals, bars and in living rooms.
Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger on hacktivism, Anonymous, and Aaron Swartz.
"... there is music in the air, music all around us, the world is full of it and you simply take as much as you require.”
A revitalised studio and gallery space in Auckland is dedictaed to giving artists a place to come and express themselves.
Diarmaid MacCulloch in a wide-ranging conversation about religious belief in the modern world.
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