10:20 PM. Greece defaults on an IMF loan; full and frank feedback at a Hawkes Bay High School; the rise of free music - and the full of the big record labels, and in dateline pacific cutting maternal death during childbirth in PNG with a vasectomy campaign.
10:15 PM. An outbreak of Rickets in New Zealand; why Dutch climate activists took their government to court; a solar powered plane flies in the dark and in Dateline Pacific, following the laundered money in Papua New Guinea.
10:16 PM. A bank holiday for Greece and Tahuna Breaks goes to the Glastonbury festival.
10:15 PM. A Sydney paediatrician faces jail in Australia under a law banning people from speaking out about refugee detention centres on Nauru; New Zealand's Number 1 Breakfast Cereal could be made in Australia; and in Dateline Pacific, the Cook Islands government and pensioners are at odds over taxes.
10:17 PM. Auckland council narrowly approves the city's budget; an account of a miracle rescue in the South seas and in Dateline Pacific, where the Island tax havens are.
10:16 PM. Farmers under stress and Pluto's moment in the starlight.
10:15 PM. A jury at the High Court in Auckland, acquits a teenager of the murder of a dairy owner, Arun Kumar, but finds the boy guilty of manslaughter. Whanganui - the clean up continues. The southern lights on show. In dateline Pacific... doubts about the future of sugar production in Fiji.
10:15 PM. 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.
10:15 PM. Regional mayors chew over Jetstar's plan to fly beyond the main centres, why Sir John Kirwan had to get over the blues and in Dateline Pacific, A Nauru opposition MP is out of jail.
10:15 PM. Why improving the national grid might make your electricty more expensive, a doctor calls for the de-criminalisation of the drug exstasy and in Dateline Pacific, a warrant for the arrest of Papua New Guinea's prime minister.