Audio from Tuesday 23 September 2014
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Midday News for 23 September 2014 ( 15′ 44″ )
12:00 Labour's leader fronts up to the party's MPs after its dismal election result, and more charges against the man accused of killing Work and Income staff in Ashburton.
Kathmandu full year profit down ( 1′ 41″ )
12:18 Kathmandu's annual net profit fell 4.5%, but was near the top end of the company's guidance in August. The outdoor clothing company says the current year has started strongly with sales through stores open 12 months or more rising more than 30% from August through to 14 September.
12:19 The country's only oil refiner is facing strike action by its workers which could cost it between $8 and $9 million in processing revenue. This comes just a day after the struggling Refining NZ said some things beyond its control are finally turning in its favour.
12:21 The New Zealand Superannuation Fund is backing a global investment study to better assess the risks and and opportunities associated with climate change.
Midday markets ( 2′ 26″ )
12:24 Campbell Johnstone at Macquarie Private Wealth goes through the markets.
Midday Sports News for 23 September 2014 ( 2′ 48″ )
12:27 All Blacks moving on after Aaron Cruden's night out.
Midday Rural News for 23 September 2014 ( 8′ 17″ )
12:35 News from the rural and farming sectors.