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Navy HMNZS Te Kaha and HMNZS Endeavour are returning home this morning after long deployments overseas.
Another TPP meeting, another failure to reach agreement - but does this mean defeat for the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
The New Zealand heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker remains unbeaten after knocking out Australian Bowie Tupou in the first round of their fight in Invercargill last night.
Reports in the international media that poachers have shot and killed the brother of Zimbabwe's most famous lion, Cecil, are likely false.
Retailers say closing a GST loophole that benefits overseas shopping websites will create a long-overdue "level playing field".
The New Zealand First leader says his party will decide the next Government at the next election.
This week is Māori Language Week: a good time to look at how RNZ treats the pronunciation of Te Reo Māori. (AUDIO)
Christchurch residents are being asked to contribute ideas for growing food on a large scale in the residential red zone.
A family law barrister is casting doubt over the success of an outside court child mediation service for separating or divorcing couples.
Immigration New Zealand says Indian nationals are still being targeted by a phone scam that has duped 36 people out of almost $75,000 in two years.
The organiser of a protest outside Mt Eden prison says the private prison operator Serco has no role in New Zealand's public service.
The Economic Development Minister leaves today to visit the Philippines and Vietnam to commemorate 40 years of New Zealand's relationship with the ASEAN.
The commander of Fiji's military, Brigadier General Mosese Tikoitoga, has resigned after only eighteen months in the job.
A piece of debris that experts believe could be from missing flight MH370 has arrived in Paris from the French island where it was found on Wednesday.
The New Zealand driver Scott Dixon has won pole position for tomorrow morning's latest Indy Car race in Ohio, breaking a 16-year-old lap record in the process.
- Tech Entrepeneur Salim Ismail on building a start up
- The Lawson Quins on their stolen childhoods
- Business commentator Rod Oram
- Politics with Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton
- Effects of financial pressures on tertiary students
Many British and Australian TV quiz shows have questions impossible for NZers to answer. This week the tables were turned with a very Kiwi question.
A couple who aren’t fluent in Te Reo send their kids to total immersion Māori schooling.
Every year thousands of people head into NZ mountain ranges. Sometimes they are under prepared and and don't make it out alive. Sometimes they are just unlucky.
Paracetamol is NZ's most widely taken medicine with almost 2.5 million prescriptions every year, but we still don't really understand how it works.
How the political debate in New Zealand unfolded during the week as the Trans Pacific Partnership talks were held in Hawaii.
The waiata 'Tirama' is about rising above our limitations to accomplish our dreams and live into our great purpose - the mastery of our life and our fields of interest.
UN climate chief Christiana Figueres says a global, legally-binding agreement will be reached at Paris climate summit, but concedes it falls short of two degree target.
Why do some people seem to speed up just as you're about to overtake them in a passing lane?
Children share their take on the finalists in this year's Children and Young Adult Book Awards awards.
The flu season is digging its heels in, with the recent school holidays suspected of contributing to the latest spike in cases.
Two tourists are in Christchurch Hospital after being attacked by a group of about eight people in the early hours of Saturday morning.
The New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has issued a call to arms to party members, telling them to prepare for a three-way fight in the 2017 General Election.
Papua New Guinea's public enterprises minister says the country's electricity provider, PNG Power, is broke and in deep cash flow shortage.
Queensland has been hit by two earthquakes in quick succession, one of them the strongest in almost a century.
Development is a key plank of the Black Caps' tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe, which effectively marks the beginning of their buildup to the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
The Green Party says if the Government is serious about keeping Te Reo Māori alive then it should allocate more money into researching how it is used in schools.
Mining firm OceanaGold has agreed to buy Romarco Minerals for about $CA856 million.
From our mountain parrot, the kea, to the bush-dwelling pipipi, to the urban house sparrow, a collection of bird stories and songs.
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