Donald Trump has taken the presidential oath amid protests and global unease. David Cohen goes hunting for the silver lining.
For the last of The Weekend's North Island regional spotlights this season; we head to Whanganui to talk to Mark Dawson, editor at the Wanganui Chronicle. Audio
Opinion - Donald Trump will cap his extraordinary election victory by being sworn in as a president already in crisis, writes Finlay Macdonald.
A massive security operation is underway in Washington DC as Donald Trump arrives in the city for his presidential inauguration.
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Five of the government's 53 major projects face major problems, including the $490 million upgrade of two of the navy's frigates.
New Zealand and Sri Lanka are to progress discussions on trade and investment, which could include a Free Trade Agreement.
Nelson City Council could be faced with a by-election this year as two councillors aim for a spot in the national political arena.
Sophia Dukor-Jones live from Washington DC. Preview of the inauguration parade Audio
A court in South Korea has declined to arrest the head of Samsung amdist bribery, embezzlement and perjury accusations. Audio
At 6 o'clock tomorrow morning New Zealand time, midday in Washington,, Donald Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States. Audio
Taking away Solid Energy's liability for any harm caused trying to re-enter the Pike River Mine would be hypocritical and unsafe, the government says.
African leaders have met in a last-ditch attempt to resolve the crisis over the transfer of power in The Gambia.
An Aboriginal MP from Western Australia will become Australia's first ever indigenous minister.
CIA documents posted on a searchable database include thousands of historical papers about New Zealand.
A rising number of Democratic lawmakers plan to stay away from the inauguration of Donald Trump as US president.
US President Barack Obama has defended commuting the sentence of former intelligence officer Chelsea Manning.
The Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is defying international condemnation of his tactics on drug crime, threatening to invoke marshall law. Audio
There's political chaos in the small west African country, Gambia where the defeated President is refusing to step down. Audio
A foreign policy analyst is casting doubt on the real worth of New Zealand's initiative for peace in the Middle East. Audio
The families of the men who died in the Pike River mining disaster have welcomed a member's bill by Andrew Little. Audio
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