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美国著名脱口秀主持人John Oliver与新西兰环保组织 Forest & Bird 梦幻联动，呼吁世界各地的人关注新西兰世纪鸟类评选。
The US talk show host's move almost crashed the Forest & Bird site - but they were expecting it.
Queenstown and Frankton residents are being told to boil their water after an outbreak of illness from the parasite cryptosporidium.
A bill to ban deep sea mining - promted by an application to mine the sea floor near Patea - has received strong opposition in Parliament, failing a vote for a first reading. Video
Explainer - RNZ helps unpack what entrenchment law is and its significance, after the topic became a key issue in the Three Waters legislation's passage into law. Audio
No-one does political commentary like the Aussies, so we've compiled some of the top social media send-ups of the Australian election.
Cat shelters are reporting pandemic-related trends, with a kitten boom and some unintended lockdown effects surfacing.
Furious residents want authorities to do more to prevent incidents such as polystyrene waste being scattered across Wellington's south coastline, including through a marine reserve.
The agriculture industry is welcoming the RMA's demise but wants the government to put in place protections for prime growing land and food security.
Somewhere just outside Te Puke, fields of strange alien-like vines are growing large egg-like mottled golden fruits, covered in sharp spikes - and US buyers can't get enough.
Pet owners are increasingly bringing pet cats and dogs to pest-free islands, where they can wreak destruction on fragile native animals, conservation rangers say.
Managers at managed isolation facilities say their workers are encountering unfair stigma in the community, and the pressure has been so bad that some have quit because of it. Audio
This holiday season people are being called to give a potentially lifesaving gift - blood, as fewer donors typically roll up their sleeves during December and January.
An analysis of historical records by expert Gemma McGrath shows now-dwindling native dolphin species were abundant and ranged through much of NZ's waters until recently.
As New Zealand becomes more secular, where do we stand on the importance of Christmas Day? Unsurprisingly, there are many different answers depending on your beliefs.
Many Defence Force staff are experiencing Christmas Day a long way from family reports Karoline Tuckey who talked with staff in South Sudan and Florida.
A Royal Commission into the Christchurch terror attack won't deliver sorely needed public accountability, but a coroner's inquest could, says the Islamic Women's Council.
A New Zealand company is planning clinical trials of drugs which it says show promise in fighting the Covid-19 virus.
End of year NCEA exams begin tomorrow for high schoolers, with more than two-thirds of schools offering exams online.
A teenager who planned a violent armed attack on their South Island school was prevented because people took their concerns to authorities.
A leading clinician says services to one of the country's largest patient groups - chronic pain sufferers - are being starved, which is crippling lives.
A Tasmanian tiger pelt found in New Zealand has caused excitement in Australia.
Test results have been returned for more than 700 Port of Tauranga workers tested for Covid-19, and with all testing negative.
Some foreigners stuck in New Zealand are making concerted pleas to stay.
Hundreds of boaties stranded in the Pacific are making a humanitarian appeal to be allowed safe refuge in New Zealand from the dangerous cyclone season.