Latest Bulletin: 5 am Friday 12 February
Scientists have for the first time observed gravitational waves, ripples in space and time hypothesised by Albert Einstein, in a discovery that opens a new window for studying the cosmos. (VIDEO)
A school in one of Auckland's poorest areas is calling for swimming tog donations because some families can't afford them.
The first women to represent Māori in Parliament have been memorialised in the House, with portraits unveiled. (AUDIO)
The dirty whites, the sweat and a team beer are what Black Caps captain Brendon McCullum will miss most when his international cricket comes to an end. (VIDEO)
The TPP's chief negotiator has refused to say whether New Zealand asked for the right to ban foreigners from buying residential homes.
A driver who crashed during a police pursuit in West Auckland this morning is a banned driver who was in breach of his bail conditions, police say. (AUDIO)
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Only half the required workforce is available for installing ultra fast broadband, a telecommunications forum has been told. (AUDIO)