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7:25 am today
The National Party has expressed support for the ACT party's proposal to change laws covering insulting and offensive speech.
But Otago University law professor - Andrew Geddis - says ACT's plan would allow abusive hate speech.
National Party leader Simon Bridges joins Corin Dann in the Wellington studio. Video, Audio
A social workers' union head is doubtful new law coming in on July 1 will ease the outcry over the removal of at-risk Māori babies into state care.
The Transport Agency was calling problems with truck-trailers a significant safety risk for months before it pulled the trailers off the road.
Documents show… Audio
A leading dolphin expert says the fishing industry is using diseases like toxoplasmosis as a scapegoat for dolphin deaths.
The Conservation Department and… Audio
The Human Rights Foundation lobby group is seeking financial support for Afghan villagers caught up in the Operation Burnham Inquiry.
The inquiry is… Audio
7:38 am today
An advertisement by Destiny Church's Brian Tam
An advertisement by Destiny Church's Brian Tamaki that lashes out at Islam has been removed by Facebook for… Audio
An expert on far-right extremism says it is unlikely the prison sentence for a man who distributed the video of the mosque massacre will be a deterrent to other… Audio
8:10 am today
Frustration at visa delays of up to seven months and lack of communication from Immigration New Zealand is boiling over in India.
Immigration advisers there… Audio
A long-serving Ngāti Porou surf life saver is reconnecting his people with the ocean to turn around the Gisborne region's high drowning statistics.
Peter Boyd… Audio
An 11-year girl playing for her school's XV has been told her team won't get any points if she takes to the field in an upcoming tournament.
Five principals… Audio
Donald Trump is in Orlando to formally launch his bid for a second term as US president. His approval ratings are mired in the low 40s - dangerous territory for… Audio
A Southland man with stage four terminal bowel cancer is going in to battle with the government.
A 38-year-old father of two, Blair Vining, knows his campaign… Audio
The contest to choose a replacement for British Prime Minister Theresa May is now down to five candidates.
Early favourite Boris Johnson comfortably won the… Audio