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Workers at SaveMart say they were forced to sort donated clothing with their bare hands, in amongst faeces, blood, used syringes, sex toys and broken glass. So what does the owner have to say? Video, Audio
A private tertiary institution has repaid $420,000 in government funding because it broke funding rules for its natural health and homeopathy courses, the Tertiary Education Commission says.
More than 50 current and former SaveMart workers throughout New Zealand describe working without gloves and sometimes without hot water to wash their hands after sorting dirty clothes. Video, Audio
A complaint against a National Party campaign ad parodying Labour's campaign motto has been dismissed by the BSA because the ad "clearly did not contain factual information".
The Electoral Commission is investigating a message sent to 40 Upper Harbour voters in which their mobile numbers were visible to all recipients. Video, Audio
New Zealand First will not support National or Labour's policies to impose new taxes on farmers or include agriculture in the Emissions Trading Scheme, Winston Peters says.
Refining New Zealand CEO Sjoerd Post says the last time the pipeline carrying fuel to Auckland was tested was in 2014. The pipe ruptured last week, affecting thousands of airline passengers. Audio
John Tamihere and Peter Dunne; thoughts on Saturday's outcome. Audio
Two of National's support partners say Bill English is ignoring the realities of governing under MMP by telling people not to vote for the minor parties.
The army and navy will start transporting fuel around the country tomorrow. Video
A school in the Far North has taken the health of whānau and community into their own hands.
What the Panelists John Tamihere and Peter Dunne want to talk about. Audio
Al Gillespie of the University of Waikato says war on the Korean Penninsula is not inevitable. Audio
A Takaka man has been sentenced to 200 hours' community work for shooting a kea.
Former MPs John Tamihere and Peter Dunne discuss this election and walking away from politics. Audio
Polling staff can take the boxes containing early votes home if they can't be safely secured at venues overnight, the Electoral Commission says.
The fuel industry says it's all going to be ok after the rupture in the Mardsen Point-Wiri pipeleine cuts fuel and inconveniences thousands of airline passengers. Audio
Farm sales for the three months to August are down 20 percent compared to the same period last year.
A selection of Insight podcasts investigating the big issues this election. Audio
The largest age group registered to vote on the Māori roll are 18-24 year olds, in contrast to the general roll where more older voters are enrolled.
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