Black Sticks beaten in World League semi final07/02/15
Having dominated the World League tournament in Belgium the New Zealand women's hockey team is coming to terms with a penalty shoot-out loss to South Korea in the semi finals.
Te Manu Korihi News for 3 July 2015
Māori MPs have responded with disappointment to the Department of Conservation confirming it's laying charges against Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau for alledgedly poaching an endangered speicies, the native pigeon; At least ten groups from iwi around the...
Focus on Politics for 3 July 2015
New Zealand has the presidency of the United Nations Security Council, for the month of July.
Gadget stopping drivers from texting could be launched in...
Australia could be the first country to launch a gadget that stops drivers from texting.
Greece prepares for weekend referendum
The first splits in Greece's ruling coalition are beginning to show as this weekend's referendum draws closer.
Keith Quinn on Super Rugby final
The capital is turning yellow, black, blue and gold in anticipation for the historic Super Rugby final between the Hurricanes and Highlanders.
Toxicologist explains how carbon monoxide works
One of the deadly fumes coming from a car exhaust is Carbon Monoxide.
Asburton community is hit hard by deaths
An Ashburton Cook Islands community leader says the woman discovered dead in a Tinwald home along with her three children, always had a smile on her face.
Sports News for 3 July 2015
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Pushes for criminal tribunal into MH17 plane crash
Malaysia wants to set up an international tribunal to prosecute those suspected of having shot down flight MH17.
1000's of Highlanders flags on their way to Wellington
What do you do if you're a Highlanders fan but can't get to Wellington for the Super Rugby final tomorrow night?
Reaction to pigeon pouching charges
Māori have responded with disappointment to the Department of Conservation confirming it's laying charges against Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau for alledgedly poaching an endangered speicies, the native pigeon.
Environmental groups welcome early BP pay out
Environmental groups say the 18-billion-US-dollar settlement reached for the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 will go some way to pay forn the clean up but they need the money to come through quickly
Top principal has assault charges dropped
A lawyer says assault charges against his client, a top principal, have been dropped because a judge ruled his ex-wife was out to destroy him.
ASB offers special low home loan rate
ASB is offering up a one-year fixed 'special' home loan rate of 4.89 percent - the lowest home loan rate seen in two years.
A foot and cycle path gets consent to be clipped onto...
Auckland's Skypath - which will be attached to the city's Harbour Bridge - will cost pedestrians and cyclists up to 6-dollars per return trip to use.
Evening Business for 3 July 2015
News from the business sector including a market report.
The betting odds for the historic Super Rugby final
Massive, huge and historic - that's how the Super Rugby final tomorrow night between the Hurricanes and Highlanders is being described.
After days of speculation Ron Mark new NZ First deputy...
After three days of speculation New Zealand First has announced its new deputy leader is Ron Mark.
Herald used elements of subterfuge over Ponygate story
The Press Council has found the New Zealand Herald used elements of subterfuge to persuade a young waitress who had accused the Prime Minister of repeatedly yanking her ponytail into going public with her story.
- Wellington, New Zealand