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Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee has offered to resign his portfolio after breaching aviation security rules while running late for a plane. The Prime Minister says he won't accept it.
New Zealand police are to help with identifying some of the victims from the Malaysian airliner tragedy. Three officers are on their way to the Netherlands, where some of the bodies are.
Police have been strongly criticised for failing to properly investigate serial rapist Malcolm Rewa, including failing to check his alibi after a victim identified him.
Film-makers who visited to the Galapagos Islands tell Nine to Noon how they stumbled on a murder mystery involving a group of Germans who tried to make their own utopia.
The union representing train drivers is concerned at the effectiveness of the brakes on the model of commuter train that collided with a concrete stop block in Wellington, injuring two people.
More children are meeting national standards in reading, writing and maths, new figures show. The standards apply to children in years one to eight, aged between five and about 13.
The Hamas leader has said there can be no ceasefire to ease the conflict in Gaza without an end to Israel's blockade. It follows further Israeli airstrikes and ground operations in Gaza.
One of Queenstown's most prominent tourism buildings the Skyline Gondola terminal - worked on by a disgraced Invercargill engineer - has been declared safe.
French Polynesia's president Gaston Flosse has denied any wrongdoing after France's highest court rejected his appeal against last year's corruption conviction.
Cliff Curtis tells the story behind the inspirational local film about chess, community and mental health.
A nostalgic series tracing the changes that technology and economic forces have brought to the Post Office.
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Women weigh up potential risks to their safety every day. But in doing so, are we upholding rape culture?
Diarmaid MacCulloch in a wide-ranging conversation about religious belief in the modern world.
The open access movement is growing, with scientists, musicians, artists and governments committing to sharing intellectual property.
American filmmaker Alex Gibney discusses his new documentary about disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger on hacktivism, Anonymous, and Aaron Swartz.
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