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First reported 12 hours ago - Updated 32 mins ago - 1 reports

Labour leader concedes defeat

Labour leader David Cunliffe has told supporters the party will not be able to form a government. He has called John Key and congratulated him.David Cunliffe speaks during the final debate.Photo: TV OneWith counting all but finished in the election, the ... [Published Radio New Zealand - 12 hours ago]
First reported 43 mins ago - Updated 43 mins ago - 1 reports

FijiFirst leader claims victory

The former Fiji military commander has declared victory in the country's landmark election in an address to party supporters in Suva.Rear Admiral Frank Bainimarama declared he was the prime minister of all Fijians at a rally just outside the counting ... [Published Radio New Zealand - 43 mins ago]
First reported 1 hour ago - Updated 43 mins ago - 1 reports

Cunliffe's leadership under scrutiny

David Cunliffe wants to remain the leader of the Labour Party, but his potential challengers appear to be warming themselves up.Despite leading Labour to its worst election result since 1922 - getting less than 25 per cent of the vote - Mr Cunliffe says ... [Published MSN New Zealand - 1 hour ago]
First reported 2 hours ago - Updated 1 hour ago - 1 reports

Deal with NZ First 'highly unlikely'

Winston Peters at the NZ First election function last night. National campaign director says it appeared Peters was lining himself up to be opposition leader. Photo / Dean PurcellIt is "highly unlikely" National will include New Zealand First in its third ... [Published New Zealand Herald - 2 hours ago]
First reported 17 hours ago - Updated 1 hour ago - 1 reports

Woman in hospital after river rescue

Police are praising one of their newly-graduated constables for putting his own life at risk to rescue a woman who had jumped into the Waikato River.The Waikato River with a view towards Whitiora Bridge in Hamilton.Photo: PHOTO NZThey say officers were ... [Published Radio New Zealand - 17 hours ago]
First reported 1 hour ago - Updated 1 hour ago - 1 reports

Stormy weather ahead for North Island

MetService is warning of gale force winds for the upper North Island today and tomorrow, and for coastal Hawke's Bay and Gisborne on Monday.A front will cross the upper North Island, bringing gale southwest winds to Northland, northern Auckland and the ... [Published Radio New Zealand - 1 hour ago]
First reported 1 hour ago - Updated 1 hour ago - 1 reports

Turnout third lowest in 30 years

Voter turnout for the election was the third lowest in more than 30 years but higher than in 2011.The Electoral Commission has released preliminary results based on the 2,112,522 votes counted last night.Special votes still to be counted are estimated ... [Published Radio New Zealand - 1 hour ago]
First reported 19 hours ago - Updated 2 hours ago - 1 reports

Man sets himself alight in Tauranga

Emergency services are attending to a man who doused himself in petrol and set himself alight in Tauranga.Police said they were currently at the scene at the intersections of Cameron Street and Eleventh Avenue.They said the man was badly burnt and described ... [Published Radio New Zealand - 19 hours ago]
First reported 18 hours ago - Updated 4 hours ago - 2 reports

Plane crash kills four in PNG

Four people have been killed in a charter plane crash in Papua New Guinea.Rugged terrain and a lack of internal connecting roads in Papua New Guinea make air travel crucial.Photo: AFPThe Hevilift Twin Otter aircraft came down near the capital Port Moresby ... [Published Radio New Zealand - 17 hours ago]
First reported 6 hours ago - Updated 6 hours ago - 1 reports

Penguin deaths prompt call for action

A recent spate of penguin deaths on the fringe of Abel Tasman National Park has led to a campaign to protect them from domestic dogs.A blue penguin in a nesting box - the boxes, and training for dogs, are among possible protection measures.Photo: PHOTO ... [Published Radio New Zealand - 6 hours ago]
First reported Sep 19 2014 - Updated Sep 19 2014 - 2 reports

John Key rejects Customs claims

Prime Minister John Key has rejected accusations of political interference in the Customs department.A former Customs lawyer has told the New Zealand Herald he quit in March after being ordered to deny legitimate requests for official information.Curtis ... [Published Radio New Zealand - Sep 19 2014]
First reported Sep 19 2014 - Updated Sep 19 2014 - 1 reports

Jury will resume next week

Jurors in the case of an Auckland teacher accused of inappropriately touching his students in class will resume considering their verdicts on Monday morning.The teacher, aged in his 60s, denied 23 charges of doing an indecent act on girls under the age ... [Published Radio New Zealand - Sep 19 2014]

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"We need to reflect upon those issues and we need to understand the causes" he told Radio New Zealand
"Quite clearly a lot of New Zealanders who I think do associate well with Labour's values around issues like fairness and equality haven't seen the party as one they want to vote for" Mr Robertson said
"There was a sense that they really had to turn outout to vote," he said, "and it's what happened and we had a very strong turn out."
"People were quite upset about it and [felt] that Hone had"

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FijiFirst leader claims victory [Published Radio New Zealand - 43 mins ago]
Labour licks wounds as vote declines [Published MSN New Zealand - 43 mins ago]
Cunliffe's leadership under scrutiny [Published MSN New Zealand - 1 hour ago]
Turnout third lowest in 30 years [Published Radio New Zealand - 1 hour ago]
Stormy weather ahead for North Island [Published Radio New Zealand - 1 hour ago]
Deal with NZ First 'highly unlikely' [Published New Zealand Herald - 2 hours ago]
Road ends for Internet-Mana [Published Otago Daily Times - 3 hours ago]
Cunliffe takes share of blame for defeat [Published MSN New Zealand - 3 hours ago]
Cunliffe rules out resigning over result [Published Radio New Zealand - 3 hours ago]
Harawira refuses to concede defeat [Published Radio New Zealand - 4 hours ago]
60000 Kurds flee to Turkey in a day [Published Radio New Zealand - 6 hours ago]
Penguin deaths prompt call for action [Published Radio New Zealand - 6 hours ago]
Big change in Maori seats [Published Radio New Zealand - 10 hours ago]
National's potential partners win seats [Published Radio New Zealand - 11 hours ago]
Colin Craig disappointed with result [Published Radio New Zealand - 11 hours ago]
Seymour cruises to victory in Epsom [Published Radio New Zealand - 12 hours ago]
Labour leader concedes defeat [Published Radio New Zealand - 12 hours ago]
Harawira trailing in Te Tai Tokerau [Published Radio New Zealand - 13 hours ago]
Court rules on defamation case appeal [Published Radio New Zealand - 15 hours ago]
Fonterra and Danone resume arbitration [Published Radio New Zealand - 15 hours ago]
NewsWire’s live 2014 election coverage [Published Newswire.co.nz - 16 hours ago]
Plane crash kills four in PNG [Published Radio New Zealand - 17 hours ago]
Party supporters gather to hear results [Published Radio New Zealand - 17 hours ago]
Handful of election-related complaints [Published Radio New Zealand - 17 hours ago]
Woman in hospital after river rescue [Published Radio New Zealand - 17 hours ago]
New survey on climate change needs [Published Radio New Zealand - 18 hours ago]
Four die in PNG plane crash [Published Radio New Zealand - 18 hours ago]
Flosse in line for Tahiti assembly job [Published Radio New Zealand - 19 hours ago]
Man sets himself alight in Tauranga [Published Radio New Zealand - 19 hours ago]
Winds cut power in North Island [Published Radio New Zealand - 20 hours ago]
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