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Flash flooding caused chaos north of Wellington on Saturday after heavy rain inundated homes and closed roads.
State Highway 1 on the Kapiti Coast between Paekakariki and the Plimmerton roundabout… Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
Black Cap Glenn Phillips dislocated his knee during the game on Friday night.
The batsman suffered the injury while batting against the West Indies.
Tommy Simsek is the Black Caps physio. He speaks… Audio
News media company Stuff is this morning making a very public apology for the way it has portrayed Māori over many years.
Through an internal investigation - Tā Mātou Pono, Our Truth - the… Audio
New Zealand's migration policies might be contributing to the current poor state of national productivity, according to a new report.
The research - prepared for the Productivity Commission by the… Audio
Booksellers are returning to the 1970s way of doing things this Christmas.
Trusting their instincts, and stocking up on the books they think people will want to read.
Gelays in the global supply… Audio
For the second straight game Glenn Phillips knee popped out and in again as he batted his way into the cricket record books at Mt Maunganui. Audio
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The Child Poverty Action Group is dismayed the government is not moving fast enough to lift New Zealand families out of poverty.
It's been nearly two years since government-appointed experts called… Audio
The All Blacks bounced back from two straight defeats to end their year with a comprehensive 38-nil win over Argentina in Newcastle and all but seal the Tri-Nations trophy.
Normal service was… Audio
Former Cadburys factory workers say the impact of redundancy on mental health is too often overlooked.
Hundreds of staff were made redundant when Dunedin's Cadburys chocolate factory closed its doors… Audio
A neurologist's report to the Coroner says changing brands of the anti-seizure drug lamotrigine cannot be ruled out as a factor in the death of 31-year-old Auckland man Andre Maddock in December 2019.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she disagrees with some of the findings of a report that has found most of advice from the Welfare Expert Advisory Group (WEAG) has not been taken up.
The new… Audio
Academics and teachers are warning that a new mandatory NCEA literacy and numeracy test could be too tough for some pupils.
The Education Ministry has unveiled draft versions of standards that… Audio
Plimmerton was hit by torrential rain on Sunday, leaving some residents ankle deep in water in their living rooms.
State Highway 1 was closed from Plimmerton to Paekakariki causing major traffic… Audio
Residents of a seaside town north of Wellington are continuing to face a big clean-up this morning after water surged through properties on Sunday morning.
Plimmerton was hit by torrential rain… Audio
Glenn Phillips says scoring New Zealand's fastest T20 century in front of home fans is one of the highlights of his cricket career. Audio
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News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio