Latest Bulletin: 7 am Wednesday 14 October
The judge in Chris Cairns' perjury trial had to step in and cut short proceedings today after Lou Vincent struggled to recall events under cross examination.
Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down over war-torn eastern Ukraine by a Russian-made Buk missile, the Dutch Safety Board says.
Hundreds of cancer patients are being placed on the Jobseeker benefit while they are getting treatment. (COMMENTS)
Young New Zealanders are being too safe when it comes to their choice of KiwiSaver funds, a new report warns. (COMMENTS)
The 1080 infant formula threat cost New Zealand's dairy sector millions of dollars in loss of reputation, an industry body says.
The Far North District Council is rejecting claims that raw sewage is being pumped into Hokianga Harbour.
The government is considering whether to appeal against a court decision finding Trade Minister Tim Groser acted unlawfully over TPP information requests.
Transparency Vanuatu says the situation engulfing the country's politics is very serious and reform is needed. (AUDIO)
Te Manu Korihi
Forty years to the day after she led the Māori land march to Parliament, Dame Whina Cooper is being remembered as a visionary leader.
Power Play - Does New Zealand and Australia's special relationship justify requesting special treatment for New Zealanders being held in detention? (COMMENTS)