Latest Bulletin: 11 pm Tuesday 21 April
The Wireless talks to young New Zealanders about their experiences of and connection to Anzac Day.
Authorities have sent emergency alerts to tens of thousands of people in NSW's Hunter region as forecasters warn wild weather will worsen after claiming three lives.
A tramper who crawled for 10 hours for help says it only takes a spilt second to be in a life-or-death situation. (AUDIO)
The Fonterra milk co-operative model that's created billions of dollars for farmers is being proposed for Māori-owned forestry.
The lawyer for a woman fighting for the right to die with her doctor's help fears allowing other parties to become involved will turn the case into a euthanasia debate. (AUDIO)
The wife of the Dunedin man who died after killing his two children last year has revealed he raped her on the night she left him. (AUDIO)
The Veterinary Association is calling for urgent action to curb the number of stray cats which are preying on New Zealand's wildlife.
When AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd's solo album launch failed he sacked a group of staff and threatened to kill one of them. (VIDEO)
The Defence Force says the main deployment of New Zealand soldiers has left for Australia today, ahead of their training mission to Iraq.
The Health and Disability Commissioner is defending a decision not to release names of health workers involved in the case of a boy who died after routine surgery. (AUDIO)
Police have contacted the family of missing tramper Ken Boogers after human remains were discovered at Farewell Spit by a member of the public.
An Auckland man has been discharged without conviction following the death of his father after a fight between the two.
The owners of bare land, uninsured and commercial properties in Christchurch's red zone will be given the chance to have their say on the Government's revised buy-out offers.
The Anglican and Catholic churches are urging the Government to tell the public more about the trans-Pacific trade negotiations.
An estimated 10 percent of injured children will miss out on free doctors' visits despite a Government promise to cover all primary school aged children.
Labour Party leader Andrew Little is undismayed by his low polling as preferred Prime Minister, at just 11 percent. (AUDIO)
Auckland City Football Club are through to their fifth consecutive Oceania Champions League final after beating Vanuatu's FC Gaitcha 1-nil in Suva.
The All Blacks will be fine without first-five Aaron Cruden at this year's World Cup in England, writes RNZ rugby reporter Barry Guy.
After 17 years of top flight netball Bianca Chatfield has called time on her career.
A new book by Andrew Morton highlights the treasonous and selfish chatter of the former King of England, Edward the VIII, and his wife Wallis Simpson while Britain was at war. (AUDIO)
Amid harrowing scenes across the Mediterranean, the EU has set out a ten-point package of measures to try to ease difficulties across Europe.
A British teenager has been arrested in connection with the alleged Islamic State-linked plot to attack Anzac commemorations in Melbourne.
Samoa's proposed citizenship for investment package is seen as not competitive enough in an increasingly crowded marketplace.
Indigenous chiefs from Fiji are calling on UN experts and agencies to step in over international treaty breaches by the Fiji government.
French Polynesia has presented six containers of relief supplies to Vanuatu following the damage caused by Cyclone Pam last month.
Cricket World Cup 2015 News
The President of the International Cricket Council has resigned after he was prevented from presenting the World Cup trophy after the final in Melbourne.
The cricketer Daniel Vettori has announced his retirement from the Black Caps after an 18-year career with the national team.
There is little doubt that Brendon McCullum's captaincy has been one of the key elements to the Black Caps' runners-up finish at the Cricket World Cup.
Te Manu Korihi
A Maori historian is eager for more rangatahi to take up his profession so the stories of Maori veterans live on.
The Mana Movement leader Hone Harawira is accusing the Australian Prime Minister of ignoring the plight of remote indigenous communities in Western Australia.
A South Island iwi-led agricultural training programme is aiming to give a boost to Māori leadership in agriculture as it expands and offers higher level qualifications.
The Commerce Commission is investigating Jetstar's online booking service that automatically ticks the baggage box.
After a big jump overnight sparked by events in New York, the Kiwi is again making a move towards parity with the Australian dollar.
Sir Ron Brierley has stepped down from the board of Coats Group, which was part of the investment company Guinness Peat Group he founded.
Horticulture New Zealand says buying produce in season is shopping smarter and a money saver, which it says is backed up by figures from Statistics New Zealand.
The ongoing frustration that rural communities are having in getting decent broadband coverage has led to an alliance to try and get more progress in closing the gaps.
The contribution that an elite breeding bull has made to the national dairy herd has been recognised with his induction into Livestock Improvement Corporation's Hall of Fame.
Rebecca Kitteridge became director of the SIS 11 months ago and since then, she tells Insight, the threat of a terrorist attack in New Zealand has risen. (VIDEO)
Powerplay with Jane Patterson - Housing is the monkey on the back of the Government that it just cannot shake.
The Auckland Council-owned Ports of Auckland seems on a collision course with its political masters, Todd Niall reports.