Late Edition

A review of the leading 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.

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Late Edition for 25 November 2015

10:15 PM. A fire forces some home owners to flee in Malborough, response to the shooting down of a Russian jet by Turkish forces, the comedian Jimmy Carr joins Jessie Mulliagn and in Dateline Pacific, a possible court challenge to Vanuatu's snap election decision.

Late Edition for 23 November 2015

10:15 PM. Phil Goff to run for the Auckland mayoralty; bad weather hampers the recovery of bodies from the Fox Glacier helicopter crash; what we're not doing to prevent strokes, and; in Dateline Pacific Fiji increases military spending.

Late Edition for 20 November 2015

10:15 PM. A turban causes a minor terror panic in Grafton and cats with cucumber phobia.

Late Edition for 19 November 2015

10:15 PM. Richie McCaw retires and New Zealand born Christmas Island detainees arrive in Auckland.

Late Edition for 18 November 2015

10:15 PM. French police in a gun batttle with Paris terror suspects; tributes flow for the Jonah Lomu; a Salvation Army report on homeless children, and; in Dateline Pacific, dispelling the Aids stigma in Papua.

Late Edition for 17 November 2015

10:15 PM. Why the police peppered sprayed a child, Dan Carter on Nine to Noon, new research suggests motor cycling is safer than driving, and in Dateline Pacific, Marshall Islands goes to the polls.

Late Edition for 16 November 2015

10:15 PM. John Campbell goes to Christmas Island, the journalist that interviewed convicted murder Scott Watson and in Dateline Pacific, Fiji has a new police chief.

Late Edition for 13 November 2015

10:15 PM. Calls to release a report into the death of hundreds of New Zealand sheep sent to Saudi Arabia and one of the country's leading art dealers dies.

Late Edition for 12 November 2015

10:15 PM. In the programme tonight, the aftermath of the riot at the Christmas Island detention centre; Sonny Tau admits hunting Kereru; dyslexics speak out at Parliament and in Dateline Pacific rafting in the name of science.

Late Edition for 11 November 2015

10:15 PM. The brother of Alex Fisher charged with his murder, what the government didn't do about midwife training, and in Dateline Pacific, in search of the next generation of leaders.

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