Latest Bulletin: 2 am Tuesday 31 May
Social agencies desperate to help their clients have joined the queues of people turning up at a south Auckland marae that opened its doors to the homeless. (VIDEO)
EXCLUSIVE - Panama Papers NZ - A Brazilian politician, accused of taking millions of dollars in bribes, used a New Zealand company as part of an arrangement to hide his wealth in secret bank accounts.
There is only a small chance the volcano that is now Lake Taupo will erupt, but researchers are planning for a worst case scenario in case it does. (COMMENTS)
The Iraqi army says it has begun an operation to storm Falluja, a bastion of so-called Islamic State where 50,000 civilians are trapped.
All Alpine Adventures' helicopters have been grounded in the wake of a helicopter crash on Fox Glacier last year that killed seven people.
The millions spent on consultants to restructure the social housing system was money well spent, says the Finance and Housing NZ Minister. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
A Papua New Guinea MP claims ongoing anti-government protests by students are a threat to national security.
Her dream of competing at the Rio Olympics has been dashed but London Olympic silver medallist Sarah Walker says her BMX career is far from over.
Te Manu Korihi
Power Play with Jane Patterson - Bill English's wide-ranging eighth Budget had few surprises and spread new money across several portfolios. (COMMENTS)
New Zealand companies are throwing away billions of dollars a year on pointless, unproductive and unnecessary administration, a study shows. (COMMENTS)
Fonterra is taking a conservative approach to next season's payout, but is expecting prices to improve, the co-operative's chairman John Wilson says.