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Late Edition for 31 October 2014 ( 43′ 24″ )
20:17 The cancer that runs in families, kiwi music's big night out and in dateline pacific Tonga's plans to be energy self-sufficient.
Late Edition for 30 October 2014 ( 41′ 57″ )
22:15 Parliament passes new employment laws; the place-hackers visiting Britain's off-limit spaces; and in Dateline Pacific, why the pacific forum need's the Anzacs.
Late Edition for 30 October 2014 ( 44′ 42″ )
22:17 A United Nations report on child poverty, no more money for teaching empathy and newly elected Fiji MPs visit our parliament to observe democracy in action.
Late Edition for 28 October 2014 ( 42′ 34″ )
22:17 Kurdish kiwis watch and worry about the war in Iraq and Syria, a First World War memorial on wheels and hyperinflation pressure in Papua New Guinea.
Late Edition for 24 October 2014 ( 43′ 33″ )
22:16 Testing potential Ebola vaccines and the brother of the man who stopped a gunman attacking the Canadian parliament.
Late Edition for 23 October 2014 ( 43′ 2″ )
22:15 What the Prime Minister isn't saying about the blogger Cameron Slater, an alternative opinion on the possibility of recovering the bodies from the Pike River mine & in Dateline Pacific: low wages & Fiji's rag trade.
Late Edition for Wednesday 22 October ( 43′ 4″ )
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.
Late Edition for 20 October 2014 ( 44′ 2″ )
22:15 John Key raises the rhetoric on the fight against Islamic State and a British public health researcher says rugby has become too dangerous for children to play.
Late Edition for Friday 17 October ( 43′ 13″ )
22:15 New Zealand gets a seat on the security council, How space weather affects Antarctica, and in Dateline Pacific they speak to the man allegedly beaten for texting Fiji's Prime Minister.
Late Edition for Thursday 16 October ( 42′ 46″ )
22:15 The Government admits to sometimes delaying the release of official information, The United Nations prepares to vote on which countries join the Security Council & in Dateline Pacific, calls for PNG police working for logging companies to be removed amid unresolved claims of brutality.