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 Thursday 18 September ( 41′ 12″ )

    22:17 Claims a Chinese anti-corruption unit wants to investigate one of its own in New Zealand, the pace of our economic growth is easing and the polls are open in Scotland.

  • Late Edition for Wednesday 17 September ( 44′ )

    22:17 Who's spying on who for whom?, high country politics and counting begins in Fiji's first election since the 2006 coup.

  • Late Edition for Tuesday 16 September ( 42′ 26″ )

    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 Monday 15 September ( 44′ 49″ )

    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 Friday 12 September 2014 ( 43′ 24″ )

    22:15 British police charge Chris Carns with perjury, the search for flight MH 370 continues and in Dateline Pacific 45 Fijian UN peacekeepers detained in Syria celebrate their freedom.

  • Late Edition for Thursday 11 September 2014. ( 42′ 51″ )

    22:15 Ashburton turns out to remember the victims of last week's double murder, a clay tablet thousands of years old sheds new light on the story of Noah's Ark and in Dateline Pacific, who's getting the royalties from Solomom Islands' gold ?

  • Late Edition for Wednesday 10 September ( 43′ 45″ )

    22:17 A public servant's right to have a political opinion, Brent Edwards on tonight's leaders debate and the response to an All Black test in Samoa.

  • Late Edition for Tuesday 9 September ( 43′ 3″ )

    22:17 People vote early this election, the Windsor family is expecting another baby and there is a lack of debate in the Fijian election campaign.

  • Late Edition for 8 September 2014 ( 43′ 18″ )

    22:15 A mathematical biologist who encourages his students to fall in love with maths; Air New Zealand about to say goodbye to the 747; an asteroid flew over us this morning just 40,000 kilometres away; and in Dateline Pacific churches rally against the proposed death penalty in Kiribati.

  • Late Edition for Friday 5 September 2014 ( 43′ 16″ )

    22:17 Lead poisoning kills a herd of cows, the effecacy of laughter and Amnesty International calls for Indonesia to end its restrictions on West Papua.