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Two designers of the CTV building are to be interviewed by police as part of a criminal investigation into the building's collapse in February 2011, which killed 115 people. (AUDIO)
About 80 police officers remain in Ashburton investigating yesterday's shooting at a Work and Income office in which two women died and another was seriously injured. (VIDEO)
Former music and drama teacher Charles Harter has pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting nine children he had contact with while teaching at Havelock North Primary School.
The Serious Fraud Office has laid charges against two people over what it says is about $2 million dollars worth of fraudulent invoices to power company Mighty River Power.
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Technology has reached a point where it is solving problems you never knew you had, but it is causing problems for the environment. The Wireless reports.
It has been another golden day for New Zealand rowers at the world championships in Amsterdam with Hamish Bond and Eric Murray and the women's four setting world records.
New Zealand tennis number one Marina Erakovic has pulled off a major upset at the US Open, toppling Russia's former champion Svetlana Kuznetsova in the opening round 3-6 6-2 7-6.
Manchester United have agreed to a British record transfer football fee of $120 million to sign Argentina midfielder Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid, according to British media.
It was another nightmare visit to Eden Park for the Wallabies, sinking to a 12th straight Bledisloe Cup series defeat on Saturday night as the All Blacks dished out a 51-20 hammering.
Feature - While campaigners argue climate change is this generation's nuclear-free moment, reducing greenhouse gas emissions will not be easy. The Wireless takes a look.
The Wallabies held the All Blacks to a 12-12 draw in their Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup opener in Sydney to prevent New Zealand from claiming a world record 18th straight win.
Mark and Phillippa Houston sell raw milk on their farm near Takaka because they think it's significantly better than processed milk. Country Life hears the Vintage Milk story. (AUDIO)
The closing ceremony of the Glasgow 2014 is under way, bringing to an end a Commonwealth Games at which New Zealand has equalled its best medal haul at an overseas Games.
The NSW Waratahs buried the ghosts of seasons past to finally claim their maiden Super Rugby title with a heart-stopping 33-32 final triumph over the Crusaders in Sydney.
After 10 forestry workers were killed, and more than 150 injured, on the job last year an independent panel was set up to investigate the industry's safety record.
A jet-setting businesswoman swapped heels for gumboots when she bought Bay Subtropicals in Golden Bay. Country Life reports on a corporate tree change. (AUDIO)
The New Zealand women's hockey team face England in a Commonwealth Games semi-final, while bowls, boxing and athletics all offer chances to increase the medal tally in Glasgow.