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5:00 PM. Opotiki College is refusing to talk tonight after the arrest of five young men, charged with sexual offending against underage girls and there's a warning tonight there could be more cases of Hepatitis A linked to frozen berries brought into the country from overseas.
5:07 PM. Opotiki College is refusing to talk tonight after the arrest of five young men, charged with sexual offending against underage girls.
5:10 PM. There's a warning tonight there could be more cases of Hepatitis A linked to frozen berries brought into the country from overseas.
5:13 PM. The Chris Cairns verdict overnight is raising more questions than answers.
5:20 PM. Government ministers have been questioned about their record on climate change in Parliament, after the Prime Minister's speech to the Paris summit overnight.
5:23 PM. The senior Labour MP Ruth Dyson has been referred to Parliament's privileges committee for critcising the Speaker of the House on twitter.
5:25 PM. The High Court's ruled that Fonterra engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct in its dealings with some South Canterbury farmers.
5:37 PM. The country's purchasing power has weakened because of a lower New Zealand dollar.
5:40 PM. The Government is being accused of making a mess of the Christchurch rebuild following the release of a Treasury report saying it's missed key milestones.
5:41 PM. China has joined an elite group by receiving reserve currency status.
5:45 PM. Several hundred litres of fuel oil has spilled into Whangarei Harbour.
5:49 PM. And now to the mysterious disappearance of the five new flag prospects in Dunedin.
5:51 PM. Gurjinder Singh has told a court he planned to confront his lover's husband about his violence - not stab him.
5:54 PM. A touching tribute song for Jonah Lomu, written and performed by pupils from his old primary school, will be available for free download as a gift for all those who loved him.
5:54 PM. A judge has described as bizarre, the case of a student who went to great lengths to steal 98 exam papers from Otago University, including her own.
6:07 PM. An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
6:12 PM. Four cases of the Hepatitis A virus have been linked to imported frozen berries, but officials are refusing to name any brands involved.
6:16 PM. The association representing cricket players says the Chris Cairns perjury trial has been awful for all caught up in the case .
6:21 PM. The head of Christchurch's tourism agency and an architect say the Earthquake Recovery Minister needs to step aside and let somebody else manage the building of a convention centre.
6:24 PM. The first sod's been turned on a 22 million dollar Kawarau Falls Bridge near Queenstown to replace the 90-year-old single-lane bridge that's a bottleneck.
6:36 PM. The International Monetary Fund has announced that China's currency, the yuan, will be added to the basket of reserve currencies it uses for dealing with member governments.
6:45 PM. Shark cage diving companies on Stewart Island who've broken the rules in the past are on their last warning this season.
6:49 PM. A Japanese whaling fleet is on its way to the Southern Ocean where it intends to kill more than 300 minke whales.
6:54 PM. Food Safety Minister Jo Goodhew faces questions from her Labour counterpart Damien O'Connor about several cases of Hepatitis A linked to imported frozen berries; A third Labour MP - Ruth Dyson - is referred to the Privileges Committee for criticising the Speaker, David Carter; Request for urgent debate on the mistreatment of bobby calves as reported on TV is declined by Speaker.