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Package of 80 million taxpayer dollars for childcare so welfare dependent parents can go back to work. Thousands in compensation for women injured in a high speed boat trip and locked out and striking AFFCO meatworkers tried in vain to speak with the company's owners today. (15′23″)
Three women whose backs were broken on tourist boat rides in the Bay of Islands will be paid out tens of thousands of dollars by the company that injured them. (3′37″)
Petula Patey is one of two passengers who suffered a broken back on Intercity's high speed boat in January last year. (4′01″)
The Government will invest an extra 80-million-dollars in childcare to help beneficiaries back into work. (3′50″)
News from the business sector including a market report. (2′25″)
Locked out and striking AFFCO meatworkers tried in vain to speak with the company's owners today, going to their homes in Motueka to try to meet them in person. (3′40″)
An update from the team at RNZ Sport. (3′36″)
A High Court judge has questioned how a wealthy Chinese businessman, accused of immigration fraud, managed to gain citizenship. (2′50″)
The Dunedin city council has launched an economic plan to create 10,000 jobs and lift incomes by $10,000 in the next ten years. (3′13″)
To Samoa, where three police officers have been shot and injured during a drug raid in a village Faleatiu near Apia. (2′53″)
A central North Island iwi says the Government is unfairly putting the Waitangi Tribunal under pressure; The Waikato-Hauraki MP, Nanaia Mahuta, wants to make it easier for iwi and hapu to correct Maori placenames; The former chair of the Waikato-Tainui executive, Tukoroirangi Morgan, is no longer a tribal leader on the Iwi Chairs Forum, but is staying on to help the group; The Dryland Forests Initiative says many Maori communities would benefit from the development of a durable timber industry in New Zealand. (3′21″)
An investigation has found nearly half of the recent fraud cases at District Health Boards, local authorities and universities and polytechs don't get reported to the police. (3′23″)
The Government's being warned a planned crack down on loan sharks could drive the industry further underground. (2′31″)
A police investigation into the fatal shooting of a teenager near Napier last year has found the officer was justified in opening fire. (5′49″)
Four women whose backs were broken on tourist boat rides in the Bay of Islands will be paid out tens of thousands of dollars by the companies that injured them. (3′00″)
The political turmoil and public unrest about the economic situation in Greece has meant unprecented success for a neo-nazi party that's promising to clear out both legal and illegal immigrants. (4′37″)
The listed company, Metlifecare, will become the biggest retirement village operator in the country if it gets approval to buy two rivals. (3′20″)
A nurse has told the High Court in Christchurch that that the ten year old girl at the centre of a murder trial was "obviously dying" when she was rushed to an emergency clinic. (2′47″)
An update from the team at RNZ Sport. (3′27″)
A court has heard how a group of men went on a drug and alcohol fuelled frenzy to deliver retribution on a drug dealer, using machetes and meat cleavers. (2′11″)
The Taxi Federation is accusing the Transport Agency of cutting back on policing taxis by stealth. (2′32″)
There was unanimous opposition today at the South Island's only select committee hearing to the Government selling off parts of state-owned energy companies. (1′47″)
A DOC ranger who's quit over a new tramper safety system is accusing the department of acting out of fear it'll be blamed for deaths in National Parks. (2′07″)
The Waikato-Hauraki MP, Nanaia Mahuta, wants to make it easier for iwi and hapu to correct Maori place-names; A central North Island iwi says the Government's unfairly putting the Waitangi Tribunal under pressure; The former chair of the Waikato-Tainui executive, Tukoroirangi Morgan, is no longer a tribal leader on the Iwi Chairs Forum, but is staying on to help the group; The Dryland Forests Initiative says many Maori communities would benefit from the development of a durable timber industry in New Zealand. (3′10″)
To Latin America now where a fire at a drug rehabilitation centre in Peru has killed 14 people, firefighters there say the patients were locked in so could not escape. (4′34″)
Locked out and striking AFFCO meat workers say they want the company's owners to understand how hard it is for their families. (2′15″)
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