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The Green Party has cemented its status as the voice of the most left-leaning city in Aotearoa and will keep on fighting for people and the planet, the new MP says. Audio
Husband and father, Crusaders fan, high-achieving businessman and relative political novice - RNZ profiles the man set to become New Zealand's 42nd prime minister.
Analysis - A debate tonight offered further evidence of the gap between the ACT and NZ First leaders who may soon be in coalition negotiations with the National Party to form a new government.
Explainer - Early voting will begin for the general election. So let's take a look at the nuts and bolts of casting a vote. Video
Analysis - David Seymour and Winston Peters indicated they could work together in government, but then went on to undermine each other in a lively debate.
Analysis - The Labour and National Party leaders have faced off in a fast-paced but unspectacular debate with co-governance and gangs among the issues producing the liveliest exchanges.
National is standing by its projections on how much money it could raise through its foreign house buyers tax.
Explainer - The Football Ferns are hoping for better as they look to shake off indifferent form when the country hosts its biggest sporting event ever in a few days. RNZ takes a look at the star…
The world's most travelled female footballer, an artist and a Lionel Messi fan will shortly have a chance to show what they can do at the country's biggest sports event. Here's part two of RNZ's…
A captain who has never lived in NZ, a cancer survivor and the All Blacks coach's daughter are in the World Cup squad - in part one of a two-parter RNZ profiles the squad's defenders and goalkeepers.
The Football Ferns are facing a similar predicament to their world champion rugby counterparts entering the biggest tournament of their lives on home soil on the back of a run of mostly mediocre form.
Timaru is looking to the arts as one way to help revitalise its struggling city centre.
Up to two-thirds of the country's drownings occur in summer and given the toll already this year "alarm bells are ringing", says a leading safety advocate.
Bums on seats is the ultimate aim for any event - and those visiting Timaru's Caroline Bay carnival from today will be the first to try out the Soundshell's new open-air seating complex.
Radio still provides an incredible ability to connect with listeners, the Morning Report presenter says. Audio
Explainer - Local body elections are round the corner but should we give 16-year-olds voting rights to lift low participation rates?
Explainer - Local body elections are a big yawn to many but having a say in who runs our cities and towns is important. RNZ has some pointers that might spur you on to vote.