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A Wellington man has laid a complaint with the Toy World retail chain over a display of adult Play Bunny costumes among toys on a shelf at his daughter's eye level.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko is in a three-way tie with two holes to play in the final day of the season-ending LPGA Tour championship in Florida.
New Plymouth mayor Andrew Judd is calling on the Government to change the law so that half of all councillors are Māori, saying the Treaty of Waitangi should be reflected.
A major coroner's inquest begins this morning into the death of an Otago prisoner of a suspected drug overdose amid allegations prison staff failed in their duty of care.
Even though it is a global leader, Netflix will be very much a Johnny-come-lately when it launches its internet based movie and television subscription service here in March.
Prime Minister John Key has rejected calls for the State Services Commissioner to step down over his handling of the resignation of Roger Sutton, despite a "significant miscalculation." (AUDIO)
The body of a man has been found in thick bush on Mount Maunganui in Tauranga. Police were called by a member of the public.
The Labour Party will give initial support for new anti-terror legislation, even though it considers it rushed and has reservations about some of the specifics. (AUDIO)
A woman has been charged with the attempted murder of her newborn baby boy, found in a drain in Sydney yesterday morning.The baby is in a serious but stable condition in hospital.
The Solomon Islands Prime Minister has lost his seat in the country's general election, with most of the 33 returning MP's running as independents.
A tearful Lewis Hamilton joined the elite ranks of double Formula One world champions after a nerve-racking drive to victory in the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
A fishing firm says its Maori partners have failed to grasp opportunities to break into the sector. Sanford's Volker Kuntzsch says tribes need to move into management development.
The Warehouse Group is aiming to become the number one multichannel and digital retailer in New Zealand, as fast moving technology changes the face of retailing.
Mac Armstrong is a seven-time winner of the annual Invercargill to Auckland pigeon race, covering a distance of over 1,200 kilometres - as the pigeon flies.
New Zealand actors give their own interpretations of a number of Shakespearean Monologues.
The Shed Project is a wide-reaching initiative offering opportunities to people with disabilities. Amelia Nurse visits a shed in Paraparaumu to find out what the guys are up to.
Visual displays, such as Google Glass can provide information in search and rescue, law enforcement, or firefighting operations, but how will they influence performance?
What will music look and sound like in the future? Victoria University students are creating robotics systems to drive old and new musical instruments.
Simon Morton meets contestants, robots and Professor Jacky Baltes at Robot World 2014 held recently in Seoul, South Korea.
Seven artists collaborated on an exhibition featuring contemporary interpretation of Waka Huia, intricately designed treasure boxes.
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