Latest Bulletin: 12 am Friday 31 July
Activists who fought for support and recognition for the Māori language in the 1970s share memories - and their hopes and concerns for the future. (AUDIO)
The Children's Commissioner says he doesn't believe a study criticised for treating children like lab rats would ever have got past an ethics committee. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Graeme Hart has topped the National Business Review's annual list of wealthiest New Zealanders, with a $9 billion empire - up $2 billion on last year.
Ashes Test Series - England are taking on Australia on the second day of the third test at Edgbaston. Keep up with our LIVE match commentary here from 10pm:
The family of Lecretia Seales has decided not to appeal against the High Court decision that turned down her fight for her doctor to help her die.
A Thames mother says it is disgusting that people who need to top up their pre-pay power deals may have to do so in a liquor store. (AUDIO)
The Papua New Guinea police says it was not told by the Australian Government that staff accused of sexual assault were flown home from the Manus Island detention centre.
Te Manu Korihi
The Department of Conservation will be meeting with a Ruapehu iwi to avoid future misunderstandings about the cultural use of dead kererū. (AUDIO)
The philanthropist and former head of one of New Zealand's largest companies has died after a period of ill health.
The dairy industry does not expect the Government to sign a Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement unless it includes a comprehensive deal for the sector. (COMMENTS)
In the first in our new Newsmaker series, we interview a person who has dominated the news headlines. This week: Te Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis. (AUDIO)