Latest Bulletin: 10 am Monday 5 October
Police are warning car owners that thieves are targeting everything from spare wheels to car seats to make a quick buck online. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
There is growing confidence the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal will be settled today, but one major obstacle still stands in the way. (VIDEO, AUDIO, COMMENTS)
The Ministry of Health has forced senior managers to sign statements swearing that they did not leak controversial proposals to reform district health boards. (AUDIO)
An investigation by Immigration New Zealand into false documents is causing fear and panic amongst the Filipino community in South Canterbury. (AUDIO)
Victims will get a better deal under a toughened up law that gives convicted criminals fewer chances to gain parole, the Parole Board chairman says.
Hundreds of homes in Dunedin, Central Otago and Canterbury are still without power after strong winds wreaked havoc across the South Island, yesterday. (AUDIO)
Prime Minister John Key says reports that Russian forces are mostly bombing rebels in Syria, and not Islamic State, are hardly surprising.
Ireland secured their place in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals but were far from convincing in their first real test of the competition, squeezing past Italy 16-9 to move on to a group decider against France.
Te Manu Korihi
An East Coast Māori landowner who said a review of Māori land laws would undermine her rights has made a strong enough case to be heard by the Waitangi Tribunal.
The Department of Conservation is understood to be set to announce whether to deregister protected conservation estate to make way for the Ruataniwha Dam.
Power Play - Does New Zealand and Australia's special relationship justify requesting special treatment for New Zealanders being held in detention? (COMMENTS)