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Election 2014 - Prime Minister John Key is defending his office for not informing him about an information release to a right-wing blogger in 2011, saying it deals with hundreds of Official Information Act requests. (VIDEO)
A Canterbury radiologist is calling for the health system to urgently adopt an additional method of scanning for bowel cancer, known as virtual colonoscopies, to reduce waiting lists. (AUDIO)
The Independent Police Conduct Authority has ruled a Nelson police dog handler was justified in releasing his dog to stop a man he believed was a suspect in a burglary.
Planned industrial action by nearly 12,000 health workers has been called off after a pay agreement was struck following mediation between the PSA and district health boards.
The families of the 29 men who died in the Pike River mine explosion will find out on Tuesday if the mine's owner, Solid Energy, is going to allow a re-entry to go ahead.
Porirua-based lawyer Chris Ellis has managed to avoid paying a $35 camera ticket because of the way the photo was presented in court.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to continue the campaign against militants in Gaza, after hostilities resumed between the two sides this week.
Under the grill - we asked the leaders of parties represented in parliament whether they were worried about what people thought of them? (VIDEO)
Bay of Plenty police have set up cordons and are using a police dog to search for an escaped prisoner who is facing a variety of serious domestic violence related charges.
Investigative judges in French Polynesia will today again question the president, Gaston Flosse, in a probe about the deals behind the construction of Tahiti's new hospital.
The All Blacks are blaming South African referee Jaco Peyper, for their failure to win an 18th straight test match when they drew the first Bledisloe Cup against the Wallabies in Sydney at the weekend.
Labour leader David Cunliffe says the unemployment rate for Maori in Te Tai Tokerau has soared to 18 percent - and up to a third of young Maori are now out of work.
The head of Mighty River Power has said power prices will not be coming down, following the huge net profit of $212 million announced by the energy company yesterday. (AUDIO)
What questions would you ask political parties if you could? What are the burning issues that will help decide your vote?
Leaders of Pacific Island countries are calling out for the world to address climate change – and the pleas often fall on deaf ears.
Wallace J Nichols has been investigating why being near water enhances people's feelings of contentment and wellbeing.
This week we are live streaming the national finale of New Zealand Choral Federation's national secondary school choir festival.
A collection of audio which explores the history of the Treaty of Waitangi, drawn from the Sound Archives / Ngā Taonga Kōrero collection.
Carol Stiles meets Ni Vanuatu workers Jackson Novoi and Jake David who are in NZ under the Recognised Seasonal Employment scheme.
Alwyn Owen explores the lighter side of New Zealand’s late 19th and early 20th century poetry of patriotism.
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