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Explainer: Top Russian military officials are being arrested. Why is it happening?
Analysis - A series of arrests of Russian defence figures raises questions about Putin reasserting control or a possible turf battle between the military and the security services. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 4:55pm 

Recap: Highlanders wallop Fijian Drua
Highlanders qualify for Super Rugby quarterfinals after big victory over Fijian Drua. 
© 2024 4:45pm 

Live: Steel v Mystics
Follow along as the Steel face off against the Mystics in their round seven ANZ Premiership clash. 
© 2024 4:45pm 

Taranaki farmer wins $300k boat
Gary Hart was not convinced he’d won the 2024 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show’s $300,000 grand prize boat, thinking it was a prank from his mates. 
© 2024 4:45pm 

$53m extra for teacher training, recruitment, Education Minister Erica Stanford announces
The investment is designed to address teacher shortages, and moving training into the classroom, Education Minister Erica Stanford says. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 4:15pm 

Kia Toa will take some stopping
The double blues locked away the Jubilee Cup for winning the first round. 
© 2024 3:05pm 

Navy joins search for man missing from Wellington ferry
The search for a man believed to have fallen overboard is to resume on Sunday - with assistance from the Navy. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 2:45pm 

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'It was frightening': Wellington woman blinded by household cleaner
Sally Selwood was temporarily blinded after using Wet & Forget's Double Bubble product. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 2:25pm 

Rugby Southland, council break the ice
The Invercargill City Council and the region’s rugby union have began talks about the future of Rugby Park. 
© 2024 2:15pm 

Top assassin for Sinaloa drug cartel extradited to US to face charges, Justice Department says
Néstor Isidro Pérez Salas provided security for the sons of El Chapo, whose cartel is allegedly behind exports of fentanyl to the US. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 1:35pm 

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NVIDIA achieves record revenue of USD $26 billion in Q1 2025
NVIDIA reports a record Q1 FY2025 with USD $26.0 billion revenue, an 18% quarterly and 262% yearly surge, fueled by strong Data Centre advancements. 
© 2024 ITBrief 4:45pm 

Jona Nareki stars as Highlanders thump Drua to secure playoff spot
The Highlanders, with Jona Nareki scoring two tries, produced their best attacking effort to beat the Fijian Drua in their Super Rugby Pacific game. 
© 2024 4:45pm 

Person found dead after ‘being hit’ by falling tree at Christchurch property
Emergency services were called to the Banks Peninsula address on Saturday night. 
© 2024 4:45pm 

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-Lithuanians vote in presidential election overshadowed by Russia
-Video of opposition party leader 'conceding defeat' in India 2024 election was doctored

Football Ferns coach takes leave amid employment matter investigation
NZ Football announced on the eve of a pair of friendlies against Japan in Spain that Jitka Klimková would miss the matches. 
© 2024 3:05pm 

Trading on - new deal saves local medical media
Barbara Fountain has done a deal to keep two important local health news titles alive. Could other once-lucrative trade publications follow suit? 
© 2024 RadioNZ 2:45pm 

Football Ferns head coach Jitka Klimková to miss matches over 'employment matter'
Jitka Klimková will miss the upcoming June international friendlies due to what NZ Football has described as an 'employment matter'. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 2:45pm 

Live: Highlanders v Fijian Drua
The Highlanders need a victory in Dunedin to secure a place in the Super Rugby Pacific quarterfinals. 
© 2024 2:15pm 

Parliament's election inquiry told blame lies in outdated laws
Parliament begins its election inquiry with a double-header and finds that blame is something of a boomerang. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 2:05pm 

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