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World class opposition won't be the only thing standing between New Zealand's top athletes and success at next year's Tokyo Olympics.
Next year's Games in Japan are expected to be the hottest in… Read more Video, Audio
The High Court in Christchurch was packed on Thursday morning where lengthy legal arguments were expected to be heard around why the Brenton Tarrant trial should be moved away from the city.
About 80… Read more Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
The public are being promised lower power prices as part of a suite of a changes to the electricity market - but how much and when remain up in the air.
The Energy Minister Megan Woods has committed… Read more Video, Audio
A woman who bills herself as a psychic surgeon says attempts to shut down her shows are unfair and she has helped heal people with many illnesses, including Parkinsons & brain tumours.
The New… Read more Video, Audio
At an emotional gathering the UK government has expressed regret to a Gisborne iwi whose ancestor Te Maro was shot dead by Captain Cook.
The British High Commissioner, Laura Clarke delivered the… Read more Video, Audio
After a tortuous ten-day wait between games it is finally the day for the All Blacks second pool match at the Rugby World Cup, with the New Zealanders taking on Canada in Oita.
Fans of both teams… Read more Video, Audio
There's been a spike in measles cases in Otago-Southland but the DHB says it needs to prioritise the vaccine.
In the past 48 hours 13 new measles cases have been confirmed in Queenstown, two in… Read more Video, Audio
Hundreds of university staff have signed an open letter declaring racism and white supremacy have "no place" at the University of Auckland.
A new wave of posters and stickers promoting a recently… Read more Video, Audio
Descendants of the people killed at James Cook's first encounter were brought to tears as the British High Commissioner delivered her statement of regret to the hapū.
History was made as Laura Clarke… Read more Video, Audio
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says a proposal to legalise drug checks at music festivals will only send the wrong message to would-be users.
New Zealand First has put the brakes on Labour and… Read more Video, Audio
They have a dog named "Beaudy", love Sevu Reece and watch every All Black game they can. There is a little part of All Black culture deep in Oita in southern Japan. Read more Video, Audio
What's the right age for kids to start using guns? At the the moment you have to be 16 to get a firearms licence, but younger children can still fire guns under the supervision of a licenced adult.
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Taekwondo champions from around the world are descending on Napier, for the first ever international special needs tournament.
Athletes from 10 countries are taking part in Saturday's tournament… Read more Video, Audio
University of Auckland management is being urged to take a stand against white supremacist propaganda on campus, or risk scaring away future students.
A new wave of posters and stickers promoting a… Read more Video, Audio
Business owners hungry for a new opportunity have been sniffing around Maketu Pies.
The iconic pie maker was placed in receivership last Friday after 37 years in business.
But the receivers say… Read more Video, Audio
All Black Ardie Savea will look even more like a super hero in Wednesday night's Rugby World Cup match against Canada, with the flanker set to wear goggles for the first time.
In a bid to protect his… Read more Video, Audio
Olympic and Commonwealth shooter Chloe Tipple is backing the teen who has expressed disappointment at losing her AR-15 rifle to the semi-automatic gun ban, saying kids as young as six and younger can… Read more Video, Audio
Two Auckland women have lost their unborn babies after contracting measles.
Auckland health authorities been giving details of the complications suffered in the outbreak.
More than 1300 people have… Read more Video, Audio
A 13-year-old girl is accusing Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of crushing her hopes and dreams with new gun laws that have forced her to hand back her prized semi-automatic rifle.
That has sparked… Read more Video, Audio
A flying student who died in a plane crash in the Tararua Ranges was only one training flight away from getting his pilot's licence.
The man died with his instructor when the light plane went down… Read more Video, Audio
Thirty-six different flights were delayed around New Zealand on Monday as smoke in an air traffic control tower caused a fire alarm and evacuation.
Airways, the company controlling New Zealand air… Read more Video, Audio
The All Blacks have made a raft of changes to the team to play Canada in their second Rugby World Cup pool match in Oita on Wednesday with an entirely different front row, midfield and wings.
The… Read more Video, Audio