Latest Bulletin: 7 am Thursday 28 May
US prosecutors have accused several FIFA officials of racketeering, fraud and money laundering involving tens of millions of dollars over 24 years. (AUDIO)
The judge who will decide whether a Wellington woman can die with her doctor's help has thanked the dying woman for bringing the case. (AUDIO)
The Government has been accused of bribery after pouring more than $11 million of taxpayer money into an influential Saudi businessman's farm. (AUDIO)
Farmers are bracing for another year of poor payouts as Fonterra announces its forecast farmgate milk price for the next 12 months this morning.
The Taranaki Outdoor Pursuits and Education Centre is again in the headlines after a teenager it was supervising went missing overnight in dense bush.
A motoring commentator is questioning Auckland Transport's judgment over a proposal asking commuters to pay for parking at some train and bus stations.
Police in Papua New Guinea's remote highlands say the belief in witchcraft and sorcery is spreading to new areas.
Te Manu Korihi
Cabinet papers reveal the Government has spent more money than originally thought on creating a demonstration farm on a Saudi Arabian millionaire's farm.