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Kate Rodger on Firstline with the Film3 guide to New Zealand's Halloween weekend at the cinema.
It's been a busy week in politics, from the 'tea break' Bill to the Prime Minister opening up about what he called "the campaign from hell".
A new global campaign to combat asthma is being launched, and it's being led from Auckland.
Monster trucks aren't a typical sight on Auckland's streets, but this weekend 10 of the world's best will be thrilling fans at Albany's QBE Stadium.
A UK Home Office report says rehabilitation for drug users may be a better alternative to stiff jail sentences.
Sir Brian Souter says New Zealand has a "vibrant" market for coach services, but none of the current players can match his new ManaBus service on price.
Kenova Mayor Ric Griffith is a busy man. When he's not running the town or his pharmacy, he has another project – a showcase of thousands of hand-carved pumpkins.
In an irony that could have been a tragedy, the man who invented the board game Operation needs an operation himself.
Warning youth about the dangers of alcohol isn't working and it's time to take more decisive measures, says Alcohol Healthwatch.
A new survey suggests barely more than half of Cantabrians believe the ChristChurch Cathedral should be restored.
The Al-Aqsa mosque compound has reopened to Muslims hours after it was closed to calm tempers after Israeli police shot dead a Palestinian accused of trying to kill a far-right Jewish activist.
At least four people were killed and five seriously injured when a small plane crashed into a building at an airport in the US state of Kansas, officials say.
Country-folk singer Tami Neilson, along with her co-writer brother Joshua, have won the APRA Silver Scroll Award.
A British teacher has pleaded guilty to charges of funding would-be fighters going to Syria and planning to go there himself, but says he does not support the Islamic State group.
Oxfam says only intervention by governments around the world can stop growing inequality – left alone, the market will do nothing.
There is currently no cure for type 1 diabetes. But with diabetes on the rise, medical experts are working on a range of new approaches.
An Australian Senator is calling for a ban on all burqas, threatening fines and imprisonment for anyone caught wearing one or forcing someone else to.
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