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The Swiss Federal Office of Justice has confirmed that six officials from football's governing body FIFA have been arrested in Zurich.
The Prime Minister is downplaying any divisions within the National Party caucus over the health and safety law reforms, that have now been delayed for at least two months. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Legislation targeting bribery and corruption has passed its second reading in Parliament tonight.
More Māori are reaching out for help to deal with the consequences of quick-cash loans, mounting bills and rising rents.
The number of compensation claims by patients suffering from complications caused by a controversial surgical mesh is increasing. (AUDIO)
The Ministry of Education has stood down the Auckland driver of a Ritchies bus which children say drove erratically and terrified them.
Auckland's transport agency says it is considering charging people to use its park-and-ride facilities to cope with demand. (AUDIO)
Compassion for a terminally ill woman wanting to die with her doctor's help should not cloak the dangers of what she is asking for, a court has been told. (AUDIO)
Former prime minister Helen Clark has appeared at number 23 on a list of the most powerful women in the world.
A judge has ruled that a former teacher was in a public place when he was caught masturbating in an Auckland classroom. (AUDIO)
The Ministry of Education wants a school bus driver who refused to pull over for Auckland students travelling home on Monday to be stood down. (AUDIO)
If Iraq doesn't have the will to defend itself, it's not worth a single New Zealander's life to try to train its soldiers, New Zealand First MP Ron Mark says. (AUDIO)
The prime minister of Tonga says there could be an historic referendum on the ratification of a controversial women's rights convention.
The death toll in the heatwave sweeping India has passed 1000, with temperatures nearing 50°C in some areas.
New Zealand Rugby believes signing-up All Blacks Julian Savea and Brodie Rettallick for the next two World Cups will stave off overseas clubs from poaching other top New Zealand players.
Delve into the classic Owls Do Cry by Janet Frame. Explore the unlikely links between New Zealand releases The Chimes and Five Minutes Alone.
Music 101 and The Wireless present fresh tunes from Astro Children, Hudson Mohawke, Shamir, Laurel Halo and more.
It is Samoan Language Week, and people throughout New Zealand are taking part in debates, traditional Samoan food and cultural performances.
Amelia Nurse explores which things she might consider at the grocery store if she wants to make sustainable choices.
Lemon Diva Cupcakes, Nearly No-fat Banana Bran Muffins, Blueberry and Yoghurt Scones and more delicious baked treats.
The avant-garde experimental art group, led by the saw-toothed Jed Town, reconvened after 20 years to perform underground classics.
Taking you inside the creative spaces of New Zealand musicians... hear songs from Saint John Divine and Southern Lights. (AUDIO, VIDEO)
Tens of thousands of young New Zealanders are out of work. We talk to three who have struggled to get their foot in the door of the job market.
Clive James, arguably the most famous living Australian, is dying. The author, TV guy and cultural commentator charms Kim Hill.
Passengers cheered as former politician Sir Bob Jones was ejected from a flight this morning after failing to comply with a safety briefing.
The sisters of a man who died while working at Wellington's port cried today as they told a Court about the impact his death has had on their family.
Workplace Safety Minister Michael Woodhouse says proposed changes to health and safety laws have been delayed due to resistance within the National Party caucus.
Australia's administrator on Norfolk Island says the opposition to reforms initiated by Canberra is being led by a few politicians who will lose their jobs.
At least 15 people are reported to have been killed after wild weather and flooding across Texas and Oklahoma.
Neither the defending champion New South Wales nor the multiple series-winning Queensland side want to be labelled favourites heading into tonight's opening State of Origin match in Sydney.
The demise of Relationships Aotearoa won't necessarily hurt Māori whānau, according to a Maori Women's Refuge spokesperson.
The New Zealand Institute of Economic Research expects interest rates to stay on hold until mid-2017. (AUDIO)
Cabinet papers reveal the Government has spent more money than originally thought on creating a demonstration farm on a Saudi Arabian millionaire's farm.
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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