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Fonterra has acknowledged that last year's botulism scare is among the reasons production has dropped at its packaging plant in Waikato. Up to 110 jobs could go. (AUDIO)
A national day of mourning was being held in the Netherlands on Wednesday, as the first bodies of victims of the Malaysia Airlines disaster were due to be returned from Ukraine. (AUDIO)
For most people, the idea of standing on stage doing improvised theatre is the stuff of nightmares. Yet Isaac Thomas feels the fear - and does it anyway. Watch on The Wireless.
The Prime Minister is coming under increasing pressure to disclose how much taxpayers' money errant list MP Claudette Hauiti misspent, but John Key says he does not know. (AUDIO)
New Zealand's Commonwealth Games team has enjoyed a relaxed reception as they were officially welcomed to the athletes' village in the Scottish city.
Feature: There's a quiet killer in our communities, almost silent but for the soft spray of an aerosol and the whirl of the ball bearing at the bottom of the can. The Wireless looks at huffing.
A former Kapiti Coast mortgage broker who admitted defrauding her clients of more than $800,000 has been jailed for 4 years and 3 months in Wellington.
Stories of shootings, stabbings, robbery and corruption put Port Moresby on the dangerous cities list. Johnny Blades looks behind the headlines for The Wireless.
Reigning Olympic, Commonwealth and World Champion shot putter Valerie Adams has been named flag bearer for the New Zealand Commonwealth Games team in Glasgow.
The American Secretary of State has laid out what he says is overwhelming evidence of Russian complicity in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine.
The Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlroy put a stranglehold on the British Open with a second straight round of 66 leaving him four strokes clear of the field.
The Independent Police Conduct Authority has found police were justified in not prosecuting officers of the Government Communications Security Bureau for alleged illegal spying.
Germany scored in the dying minutes of the World Cup final against Argentina to take the match 1-0 and become the first European nation to win the trophy in Latin America.
Writer Jean Watson sold her house in Wellington to fund a children's home in southern India. The 80-year-old known in Tamil Nadu as 'Jean Aunty' spoke to Nine to Noon.
Feature: For most people, getting in a ring in front of a large crowd to face off against a trained opponent is the stuff of nightmares. For Joe Hopkins, it's an addiction. The Wireless reports.
Both sides in the Ukraine conflict are accusing the other of shooting down the Malaysian airliner which crashed in eastern Ukraine. All 298 on board flight MH17 have been killed. (AUDIO)
The Independent Police Conduct Authority finds police were justified in not prosecuting officers of the Government Communications Security Bureau for alleged illegal spying.
Another poor defensive display by Brazil allowed the Netherlands to stroll to a 3-0 victory in the World Cup third-place playoff as the hosts ended the tournament in depressing fashion.