Te Manu Korihi for 2 September 201509/01/15
Hawkes' Bay iwi Ngati Kahungunu says it's deeply concerned about the uncovering of a black market fishing operation in its rohe; A South Taranaki iwi says whitebaiters have nothing to fear from its claim for customary rights to the delicacy in its...
Hubbard Management investors out of pocket
Investors in an Alan Hubbard investment fund are complaining statutory managers have left them out of pocket but one commentator says they should stop whining.
Surprising discovery in magpie research
The arrival of spring in Australia means magpies swooping to attack. A new study reveals the birds can recognise people who disturb them for up to five years.
Busing on a double-decker in Auckland
A new era in bus commuting is about to begin in Auckland with 53 double decker buses rolling out across major routes.
Six month old suffered horrendous injuries
The police say head injuries suffered by a six month old Raumati baby were of the same intensity as from a high speed car crash.
Survey says many have no idea how to manage Kiwisaver funds
A new survey shows a quarter of people approaching retirement have no plan for how they'll manage their Kiwisaver funds.
Tougher rules around quake-risk parapets and facades
Quake bus survivor Ann Brower has triumphed, finally getting underway the law changes she sought to keep people safe from falling masonry.
Sports News for 2 September 2015
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Sisters have day in court arguing for abuser to be named
Two sisters sexually assaulted as children have been in court today fighting to lift the name suppression on their abuser in what could be a landmark case.
Te Manu Korihi for 2 September 2015
Hawkes' Bay iwi Ngati Kahungunu says it's deeply concerned about the uncovering of a black market fishing operation in its rohe; A prominent Northland kaumatua says the Maori Land Court has played a major part in the loss of land at Matauri Bay; A...
Admission of responsibility for rugby league player's death
The Crown says a teenager used what amounted to a glass dagger when he stabbed another young man in the neck in a Grey Lynn street fight.
South Island could be in line for a much larger quake
Researchers have found that more of the South Island could be in line for a much larger quake than anyone thought.
Firm receives first warning under new money-laundering law
An Auckland firm is on the receiving end of the first public warning under a new law designed to combat money laundering and terrorism financing.
Today's market update
Briscoe Group is standing firm on its takeover bid for Kathmandu Holdings.
Harry Potter strikes again
The author JK Rowling has thrown fans into a spin, tweeting that today would be the first day of school for Harry Potter's oldest son, James Sirius Potter.
Reefton flags flag change
He owns the old Reefton school, and the old state mines office in the little West Coast town. And now John Bougen has become the accidental inspiration for the town's love affair with the existing New Zealand flag.
Auckland commuters to travel in comfort on double deckers
Aucklanders will soon have a less crowded commute, with 53 double-decker buses rolling out across major routes from October.
Greens calling for govt to allow more refugees
The Government is being urged to take advantage of flexibility within the refugee quota, to respond to the growing crisis in Europe.
Strengthening every unreinforced masonry building in half...
A Chrsitchurch woman who was badly injured by unreinforced masonry in the February 2011 earthquake, says she is proud she has played a pivotal role in speeding up earthquake strengthening for these types of buildings.
Family friend says daughters' fears are justified
David White, a 71 year bus driver from Matamata, has helped support the family since Katrina Drummond's murder and was in court today.
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