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5:00 PM. Gotingco killer inquiry - but Ministers defend Corrections;Killer of dairy owner to be named on sentencing;Govt warned trade deal could put lives at risk;Colin Craig says he'll sue blogger, rival;Parents demand to see Nick Evan's records.
5:07 PM. A review's been called into into how Blessie Gotingco's rapist and murderer was monitored, but already Government Ministers are ruling out a law change and saying Corrections did everything right.
5:12 PM. The boy who took part in a fatal dairy raid says he doesn't want to be remembered as the Railside Dairy Killer.
5:16 PM. The Government is being warned that New Zealanders' lives could be at risk if the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal makes medicines more expensive.
5:20 PM. Conservative Party founder and one time leader Colin Craig has announced he is suing blogger Cameron Slater, a political rival and a lobbyist over what he calls a campaign of lies from the "dirty politics brigade".
5:27 PM. The parents of a dead prisoner are demanding to see their son's records after receiving scant information from Corrections and Serco about what happened to him.
5:33 PM. The Reserve Bank says more interest rate cuts are needed to support the economy, but it has ruled out the need for an aggressive response.
5:35 PM. It's been condemned as a recipe for disaster when Land Transport decided to put in cycle lanes, along a popular training route in Waikato, sending motor vehicles on a collision course.
5:45 PM. The Australian Rules star, Adam Goodes is considering calling an early end to his career after years of racial abuse and booing from spectators.
5:50 PM. To Perth now where eight men have been charged with committing hundreds of sex crimes against a 13-year-old girl.
5:52 PM. The Maori Development Minister says he doesn't want to police the pronunciation of Te Reo in Parliament this week, but people should be making an effort.
5:55 PM. Safety investigators in the United States say the co-pilot caused the crash of a Virgin Galactic spaceship last October by putting on the brakes when it was still flying too fast.
6:06 PM. An update from the team at Radio NZ Sport.
6:10 PM. The Corrections Minister believes his department did everything right monitoring convicted murderer Tony Robertson, despite ordering a review.
6:17 PM. Law changes could clear the way for one principal to run several schools and for schools to own and operate early childhood centres.
6:20 PM. The grandson of a 74-year-old man who died after questionable gallbladder surgery says the family thought it was a routine operation and never got to say goodbye.
6:28 PM. It's a song that's sung every day around the world, but "Happy Birthday" must be paid for before it can be used in films or played in public places.
6:35 PM. The Green Party is pushing for the Reserve Bank to set interest rates by committee after what it says is repeated failures over the past four years.
6:40 PM. What were they thinking ? That's the question drivers and cyclist are asking of Land Transport deciding to put in cycle lanes along a popular training route in Waikato, sending motor vehicles on a collision course.
6:45 PM. Prime Minister under fire from Andrew Little & Winston Peters over TPP negotiations; Petition calling for the raising of CYF care age from 17 to 18 is presented to the Social Services Committee.
6:45 PM. South Africa's first cricket captain of the post-apartheid era, Clive Rice, has died after battling a brain tumour.
6:50 PM. According to a new study the health of Whanganui Maori is markedly worse than the rest of New Zealanders; The Maori Development Minister says he doesn't want to police the pronunciation of Te Reo in Parliament this week, but people should be making an effort; Organisers of the Waiata Maori Music Awards are encouraging more musicians to enter before entries close this Friday.