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Woman lucky not to have been killed during police chase, Five Korean officers found guilty of fish dumping, Latest on prisoner escape at Paremoremo jail and Ewen Macdonald's father gives evidence in High Court. (25′53″)
A woman is lucky not to have been killed when a station wagon being chased by several police vehicles, flipped and landed on her car. (3′00″)
Five Korean officers from a fishing boat seized by authorities have been found guilty in what may well be New Zealand's largest ever case of fish dumping. (5′09″)
Ships and planes are searching for scores of people still missing since a boat carrying 200 or so asylum seekers bound for Australia capsized. (4′49″)
The father of murder accused Ewen Macdonald has told the High Court in Wellington he'd have known if his son had taken guns from his shop. (2′31″)
Two maximum security prisoners have escaped up an unused guard tower at Auckland's Paremoremo prison. (3′09″)
News from the business sector including a market report. (2′35″)
More than a hundred large hairy Tarantulas arrived in Wellington today. (2′10″)
An update from the team at RNZ Sport. (3′33″)
The family of a man killed while being chased by a police officer doing up to 150 kilometres an hour wants an apology and punishment meted out. (3′34″)
Solid Energy expects it'll be ordered to stop mining more frequently as mine inspectors adopt a tougher approach in the wake of the Pike River disaster. (3′55″)
Greenpeace and an iwi say they have lost their legal bid to stop or delay oil exploration off the East Coast; The Waitangi National Trust has appointed the current director of the Rotorua Museum of Art and History as it's new chief executive; A combination of Maori and Pakeha cultures are the theme of a digital art exhibition that's opened at the Toi Poneke art gallery yesterday; A speech coach says the regional Maori oratory competition - Nga Manu Korero - gives rangatahi the confidence to stand tall and express themselves - which lasts with them for the rest of their lives. (3′37″)
An Otago woman who was taken off ACC after 18 years says she's still not rehabilitated despite the corporation insisting that she is. (4′01″)
The police say it's lucky an innocent bystander wasn't more seriously hurt after a pursuit which led to a fleeing driver colliding with two cars. (2′02″)
The captain of a Korean fishing boat has been found guilty of dumping about a million dollars worth of fish off the South Island. (2′16″)
Fonterra farmers are being warned they could end up being set against one another if the Trading Among Farmers proposals win out. (3′18″)
The cold-case killing of New Zealander Nella Poli in Sydney has been wrapped up with her then boyfriend jailed for her murder nearly 24 years ago. (3′32″)
DB Breweries is putting its cider making into a new joint venture, so it can concentrate on the competitive beer market. (2′48″)
Thousands of grandparents raising their grandchildren are to be given what the Government is calling more practical support but some say that is not enough. (4′11″)
An update from the team at RNZ Sport. (3′01″)
The Super Age debate has fired up again following criticism from the OECD of New Zealand's superannuation policy. (16′49″)
Greenpeace and an iwi say they have lost their legal bid to stop or delay oil exploration off the East Coast; The Waitangi National Trust has appointed the current director of the Rotorua Museum of Art and History as its new chief executive; A speech coach says the regional Maori oratory competition - Nga Manu Korero - gives rangatahi the confidence to stand tall and express themselves - which lasts with them for the rest of their lives. (2′26″)
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