From Flags to Vocal Fry - radionz.co.nz put its stamp on some of the week's major stories.
The dominant foreign investor in New Zealand in the past two years turned out not to be the country which had been getting the most attention.
When Winston Peters called Mike Hosking a 'National Party stooge', he was following a long tradition of accusing media of bias, said Colin Peacock of Mediawatch.
After the Silver Ferns fell short at the final hurdle, Brigdet Tunnicliffe found some lessons in the Netball World Championship saga.
More and more pregnant and homeless women are asking for help, Lauren Baker reported. .
Jane Patterson looks at the distinction being made between selling assets and asset sales.
And forget rising inflections, young women are ending their sentences with "vocal fry" - and few people like it.