Latest Bulletin: 11 pm Tuesday 1 December
New Zealand's oldest copy of the Magna Carta is going on display for the first time, just a month after it was linked to Henry VIII.
The High Court has ruled Fonterra engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct in its dealings with some South Canterbury farmers. (AUDIO)
Ministers have been questioned about their record on climate change after the Prime Minister's speech at the UN summit in Paris overnight.
A number of frozen berry brands have been linked to Hepatitis A cases but warning consumers which ones won't help, the Ministry for Primary Industries says. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Fundraising websites have become a strange mix of tragic tales and frivolous fancies. Natasha Frost asks how crowdfunding for travel became standard.
The government is being accused of making a mess of the Christchurch rebuild following the release of a Treasury report saying it's missed key milestones.
The not guilty verdict in the Chris Cairns perjury trial will make cricketers have second thoughts about coming forward to report match fixing approaches - NZCPA.
A flag raising event in support of the West Papuan symbol, the Morning Star, has been held on the steps of New Zealand's parliament.
Te Manu Korihi
George Nepia's whānau are happy one of the jerseys worn by the rugby great is to return to New Zealand. (AUDIO)
The National Party continues to hold the dominant position in RNZ's Poll of Polls - comfortably ahead of Labour and the Greens combined. (COMMENTS)