Latest Bulletin: 6 am Monday 8 February
A Kiwi piemaker based in the United States talks to RNZ's Jane Patterson about his views on the American elections.
Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully is condemning North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket.
The pilot of a glider which went missing near Mackenzie Basin in the South Island has been found dead among the wreckage.
The New Zealand men's rugby sevens team have narrowly won the final of the Sydney leg of the World Series, beating Australia 27-24.
AFFCO is threatening workers at its Rangiuru plant with disciplinary action if they refuse to work the Waitangi Day public holiday, the Meat Workers' Union says.
Canada's electronic spy agency has suspended sharing some data with New Zealand's government spy agency and other partners in the Five Eyes alliance.
There will be no review of security for the Tongan Prime Minister and no investigation into revelations that 'Akilisi Pohiva has received death threats.
More than 100 people are still trapped beneath the rubble of a Taiwan apartment tower that collapsed in a powerful earthquake yesterday.
Te Manu Korihi
The Waitangi Tribunal's draft findings on proposed changes to laws governing Māori land have been dismissed as "bizarre" by Treaty Negotiations Minister Chris Finlayson.
A group of prominent business leaders says it is incomprehensible people are protesting against the TPP, with one saying the protests are "anti-American". (COMMENTS)
International dairy prices, whole milk powder in particular, slumped further in the latest global auction overnight. (COMMENTS)
Power Play - Protests against the Trans-Pacific Partnership highlighted the fear and lack of understanding about the deal, writes Chris Bramwell. (VIDEO, COMMENTS)