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A rape victim who pushed for changes to the way the Defence Force deals with sexual complaints wants them dealt with independently.
Medical and surgical teams are heading to Fiji to help out following Cyclone Winston as the death toll is updated to 43.
New Zealand and Australian troops have now trained over 4000 Iraqi Army soldiers, with a new course due to begin in March.
A military approach won't defeat Islamic State and the government should focus on tackling the terrorist group's funding, opposition parties say. Audio
Terror attacks in Paris have sharpened the focus of those in Iraq training local security forces, the commander of all New Zealand troops serving overseas says. Audio
Over 100 soldiers have been warmly welcomed by their families and officials after their return from Iraq, where they have been on a joint mission with Australia.
The Defence Force mistreated a woman when it told her she could not enlist because of her birthplace, Human Rights Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy says.
An Iraqi-born woman who was told she couldn't enlist because of her birthplace says she is still waiting to hear from the Defence Force.
A woman who fled violence in Iraq 23 years ago was told by the New Zealand Defence Force she couldn't enlist because of where she was born. Audio
It was only after the PM and reporters visited New Zealand's troops in Iraq recently that the media mentioned a US report critical of the way their camp is run. Why wasn't it reported earlier? Audio
Political editors accompanied the prime minister on a secretly arranged visit to New Zealand forces in Iraq this week. It's not the first such hush-hush trip, and not the first time some journalists… Audio, Gallery
A new TV3 investigation has given a fuller picture of a deadly day in Afghanistan, and it was partly paid for from the public purse. Audio