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Late Edition for 20 April 2015 ( 42′ 02″ )
22:17 Talking up free trade with Tim Grosser; the danger of over diagnosing asthma and the aid agency paying locals to clean up parts of Vanuatu.
Late Edition for 17 April 2015 ( 42′ 28″ )
22:15 The Government launches an anti-obesity programme, the real mum and dad investers and in Dateline Pacific, the Papua New Guinea paper that wants to turn the tide on social media.
Late Edition for 16 April 2015 ( 42′ 35″ )
22:15 What the government won't do to reduce the pressure on the Auckland housing market; the tricky, and sometimes trikling topic of toilet training and in Dateline Pacific turtles make a comeback in Solomon Islands.
Late Edition for 15 April 2015 ( 44′ 29″ )
22:17 Asbestos, another legacy of the Christchurch quakes and running blind on Nine to Noon.
Late Edition for Tuesday 14 April 2015 ( 42′ 07″ )
22:15 The America's Cup - back in court again, how much should we know about our doctors & in Dateline Pacific, suggestions for improving democracy in Fiji.
Late Edition for Monday 13 April 2015 ( 42′ 10″ )
22:15 Auckland housing prices keep on rising, the fuss over Feejoa and in Dateline Pacific, the world's largest ukelele orchestra.
Late Edition for 10 April 2015 ( 41′ 52″ )
22:17 Radio debates the future of T.V. journalism; the step towards a cure for migraines and why Papua New Guinea wants Fiji at the forum.
Late Edition for 9 April 2015 ( 42′ 16″ )
22:17 A report finds the victims of the Auckland teenage sex ring had been let down by the Police; two hundred seafood workers told they will be out of a job at the end of the month and Micronesia's vastness proves difficult in the response to typhoon Maysack.
Late Edition for 8 April 2015 ( 44′ 10″ )
22:15 The safety and security of Waikato Hospital's mental health unit; the Auckland property market - one big ponzi scheme? and in Dateline Pacific the issue of Sunday flights in the Cook Islands.
Late Edition for Tuesday 7 April ( 43′ 51″ )
22:15 A review of the news from Morning Report, Nine to Noon, Afternoons and Checkpoint. Also hear the latest news from around the Pacific on Radio New Zealand International's Dateline Pacific.