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In 'Breath of the Birds' Dame Gillian Whitehead discusses the origin of taonga puoro, their revival, and how she has used traditional Māori musical instruments in her compositions. Audio, Gallery
The timing of the launch of the new Māori policing strategy - which has the same name of one launched seven years ago that achieved nothing - has raised eyebrows. Audio
Australia coach Lisa Alexander believes copying the Silver Ferns will help the Diamonds regain the world championship title.
The government's firearms prohibition order proposal - to keep high-risk individuals away from firearms - is being met with both approval and alarm bells. Audio
A former cop says armed officers are getting involved in routine policing, after introducing a trial of Armed Response Teams.
Video footage from Hamilton has revealed an armed unit pulling over a car… Video, Audio
Auckland band Makeshift Parachutes introduce their song 'Be Kind Rewind'. Audio
More needs to be done to overcome significant barriers to cancer care in the Pacific, a leading researcher says. Audio
The Land Gardeners New Zealand-born and raised Bridget Elworthy and Englishwoman Henrietta Courtauld create gardens that are productive and wild. They also grow and sell organic English cut flowers… Audio, Gallery
Apple's new subscription streaming service launched last weekend and Dan Slevin has been checking out the tentpole offerings.
Apple’s new subscription streaming service launched last weekend and Dan Slevin has been checking out the tentpole offerings. Video
The McDonald's Corp board determined Steve Easterbrook's consensual relationship with an employee violated company policy.
The Detail - Supermarkets like Countdown introducing a quiet hour is part of a growing understanding of what it means to be autistic.
The under-secretary to the Minister of Justice says the report doesn't make for happy reading, but it's crucial to have good data to measure progress.
Newer or less-exposed musicians have two minutes to describe themselves and one of their songs. Time...Starts...Now.
Palmerston North duo Sports Dreams introduce themselves and their song 'Drive' Audio
Simon Bridges said he made no apology for National's "hard-line approach" saying it was "profoundly irresponsible" to abandon families to welfare dependency.
Ivan Milat, Australia's most notorious serial killer who was serving seven life sentences for the murders of seven backpackers, has died aged 74.
Wellington musician Cam MacLean introduces his song 'New Horizon'. Audio
Teenagers say vaping is addicting their friends to nicotine, and a Rotorua principal is urging the government to introduce tighter restrictions on vaping before the end of the year.
The new head of Māori in Corrections says the focus of prison needs to shift from punishing people to showing them respect, and helping them rehabilitate.
MIT horticulture students have created a community garden at the Awhinatia Community Health Centre in Papakura. The aim of the garden is to connect patients and local residents. Audio
The UK parliament's Speaker John Bercow said it would be "repetitive and disorderly" to hold a another vote on the same Brexit deal.
Athletes are complaining new shoe technologies give an unfair advantage to those who get to wear them.
A remit that would allow accredited employers to use 90-day trials for prisoners and 100 hours community service for young people are some of the new policy ideas from NZ First members.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has lashed out at the media, in particular, MediaWorks, just a day after the company announced it was selling off its television arm.