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 29 May 2015

22:17 John Campbell signs off; bleak prospects for many dairy farmers and Pacific modern medicine versus magic in Papua New Guinea.

Late Edition for 28 May 2015

22:17 Waiting for a ruling on Lucretia Seale's right to ask a doctor to die; world dairy prices continue to fall and the reason for superstition in Papua New Guinea's highlands.

Late Edition for 27 May 2015

22:15 Swiss authorities arrest senior Fifa officials over allegations of corruption, including the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar, California is drying out and in Dateline Pacific,a doctor shortage in Papua New Guinea.

Late Edition for 26 May 2015

22:15 The Government pulls funding for the country's biggest provider of counselling services, Relationships Aotearoa; the Nation's happiness stats; a seal of approval for a South Auckland car wash; and in Dateline Pacific, Norfolk Islanders campaign to keep local Government.

Late Edition for 25 May 2015

22:15 The Tongan Government faces increasing pressure to stop the ratification of CEDAW, Fiji opposition to take up court action against two MPs two year suspension & New Zealand celebrates Samoan language week.

Late Edition for 22 May 2015

22:17 One farm worker's struggle with bad bosses; cancer forces Helen Kelly to resign as head of CTU and Dateline Pacific reports on tidal flooding of low-level homes in Kiribati, where pretty much every home is low-level.

Late Edition for 21 May 2015

22:15 No more Campbell live on TV3. In Syria, Islamic State takes the ancient city of Palmyra, and in Dateline Pacific, boosting cocoa exports from Samoa.

Late Edition for 20 May 2015

22:17 A problem with car air bags; the situation in Iraq and warnings of a dry season in Tonga.

Late Edition for 19 May 2015

22:15 Parliament chews over the government's new strategy on taxing capital gains, why can't regional airlines go where Air New Zealand won't and in Dateline Pacific, a legal challenge to Australia's asylum seeker policy.

Late Edition for 18th May 2015

22:15 The United Nations expresses concern about the number of Maori in prison, the man who tried to bypass biosecurity with his underwear, and in Dateline Pacific, the Cook Islands tops the global obesity chart.

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