Radio New Zealand
On Air Now
Election 2014 - Labour MPs have emerged from a seven-hour caucus meeting having agreed to review the party's 2014 election campaign - its worst since 1922. (VIDEO)
A woman has a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain after going to help a woman who was having her bag snatched on Auckland's North Shore, police say. (AUDIO)
New Zealanders will again have to pay to enter the Waitangi Treaty grounds, the Waitangi National Trust says. Visits have been free since 2008 but the trust needs the money. (AUDIO)
The US and Arab allies have launched the first air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria, the Pentagon says. The Syrian government was told before the attack. (AUDIO)
Election 2014 - Today's meeting between Prime Minister John Key and Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell has been described as "positive". (AUDIO)
Terry Serepisos will not be automatically discharged from bankruptcy due to opposition by the Official Assignee. He was arrested at Wellington Airport yesterday.
Two Palestinians suspected of the abduction and murder of three Israeli teenagers in June have been killed by Israeli forces, Israel's military says.
Dirty Politics author Nicky Hager does not believe National Party advisor Jason Ede - named in the book as John Key's "black ops man" - has resigned voluntarily. (AUDIO)
Initial inquiries into a house fire in Christchurch which claimed the life of a teenage boy suggest a stove element may have been left on, a Fire Service spokesperson says.
Fiji's main opposition party says despite a disappointing election result, there will be positive changes in the new parliament.
Irene van Dyk will play for the Fast5 Ferns in November's international five-a-side netball tournament in Auckland in what's set to be her final appearance for New Zealand.
The Waikato DHB's Maori health unit is urging the Government to develop a national plan with compulsory referrals for pregnant smokers to help them quit.
The New Zealand Superannuation Fund is backing a global investment study to better assess the risks and and opportunities associated with climate change.
A new website aims to empower tenants and encourage landlords to repair and maintain their rental properties.
From stick insects to kahikatea, a new book takes an eclectic look at New Zealand nature.
A live set from pop folk artist Mahoney Harris with guests Wayne Bell, Diane Swan and Ben King.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle is in Auckland at the first Sikh early childhood centre in the country.
The Māori word of the week is: awa - river. Ka whakawhiti tātou i te awa i te wāhi whāiti. We'll cross the river at the narrow part.
Samuel Scott takes a late night cruise with his local noise officer and talks to venue owners and promoters to find out what the noise is really about.
The founder of the One Percent Collective, Pat Shepherd talks about his little idea that inspired a lot of people.
Popular audio items
- Winston Peters' popularity for role of PM on the up
- Politics with Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton
- Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton wrap the election campaign
- David Cunliffe responds to Labour's electoral loss
- David Shearer on Labour's future
From our mountain parrot, the kea, to the bush-dwelling pipipi, to the urban house sparrow, a collection of bird stories and songs.
Our weekly email newsletter giving you a taste of programmes to be broadcast in the coming week, with links to audio you may have missed.
With Radio New Zealand for iPhone or Android, you can listen to your favourite programme content anywhere, anytime.