Latest Bulletin: 8 pm Tuesday 28 July
A spokesperson for Blessie Gotingco's family says the naming of the man who killed her is a relief but he should have been better monitored. (AUDIO)
Corrections Minister Sam Lotu-Iiga is refusing to address claims of corruption at Mt Eden Prison, despite revelations today some inmates had been arrested.
The Prime Minister has promised the Government will give Pharmac extra money if the Trans-Pacific Partnership pushes up drug prices. (AUDIO)
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak has replaced his deputy amid a continuing financial scandal.
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority has spent more than $75 million on Christchurch's convention centre but key details remain unknown. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Basketball New Zealand says Steven Adams' American club did not affect the Tall Black's decision to pull out of next month's Olympic qualifiers against Australia.
Military plans are underway to clear the Islamic State (IS) group from parts of northern Syria, American officials say.
Election challenges against five Solomon Islands MPs are due to be heard in Honiara on Thursday.
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The Taranaki Regional Council has announced a $500,000 storm recovery package for farmers who suffered damage in last month's extreme weather.
Power Play with Brent Edwards - These are worrying times for the Government and the country with the Official Cash Rate cut signalling a faltering economy. (COMMENTS)