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The Malaysian defence attache accused of a sex crime against a Wellington woman is due to appear in the Wellington District Court this morning.
The World Health Organisation says hundreds of thousands of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines will be ready for use by the middle of next year.
Power Play with Brent Edwards - The Prime Minister is adamant New Zealand won't be sending troops to Iraq to help fight against Islamic State insurgents. Well, he was in June.
Federated Farmers is urging Trade Minister Tim Groser to insist on the elimination of agricultural tariffs at the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks this weekend.
Police are continuing to search for a man who robbed a Lower Hutt dairy at knife-point yesterday afternoon and say the incident "could have easily escalated".
A criminal defence lawyer has issued a warning about arming police following a unanimous vote and call by Police Association members for sworn officers to start carrying guns. (AUDIO)
It is believed the terrorist gunman in Canada acted alone. Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was shot dead after killing a soldier and going on a shooting rampage in the Canadian parliament.
Mana leader Hone Harawira is calling for a review of parliamentary security in the wake of the Canadian shootings to be extended to cover MPs' electorate offices.
A former Christchurch City councillor has labelled severance pay to the outgoing chief executive 'hush money'. Tony Marryatt received almost $800,000 in final payments.
Reports from Indonesia say the two French journalists have been convicted for misusing their tourist visas to work in Papua but will be freed on Monday.
Manawatu have scored two very late tries to beat Hawke's Bay 32-24 in the Championship final in Palmerston North, earning promotion to the Premiership next season.
Te Mangai Paho says it believes Television New Zealand's decision to outsource its Maori programmes will give the agency more control over what content is produced.
The threat posed by Islamic State militants has forced Auckland-based franchise Burger Fuel to pull out of its only store in Iraq and plans to open others have been put on hold. (AUDIO)
Plummetting numbers have prompted conservationists to renew efforts to save the worlds tallest animal, as Dr Julian Fennessy explains.
Alison Ballance speaks with a toxicologist, a native bird ecologist and a DOC biodiversity manager about the science of 1080.
Notable New Zealanders tell us about a piece of classical music that is meaningful to them.
Scott returns to Hubei Province with his wife’s ashes. There he confronts the memories of the terrible events that bought them together.
The late Ben Bradlee was at helm of the The Washington Post through some of the the most turbulent times in modern American history, including Watergate.
Radio New Zealand is recording four lectures by Dame Anne Salmond exploring different areas of our national life. All lectures are free and open to the public.
Joystick ninja Matt Maguire discusses a culture war over the portrayal of women within games, and the way they are treated within the gaming community.
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