Te Manu Korihi News for 29 May 201505/28/15
The Ministry of Social Development has confirmed it is now working with the police regarding Raukura Waikato Social Services Trust; A Māngere budgeting service says the cost of Auckland's new transport network will trickle down and impact on...
Focus on Politics for 29 May 2015
The Government has run into a roadblock, in the form of caucus resistance, over its workplace health and safety legislation.
Fairfax media changes reflective of journalism change...
A US journalism professor says changes in the media sector here are reflective of what is happening worldwide.
Government tries to woo Auckland developers
The Government predicts six hundred homes could be built in Auckland on the first blocks of surplus Crown land unveiled today.
Analysis from Zurich
The Executive Editor of the World Soccer magazine Keir Radnedgejoins us from Zurich.
NZ Football turns back on Sepp Blatter
New Zealand Football is backing Sepp Blatter's rival to take over as president FIFA tonight.
Sports News for 29 May 2015
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
South East Asia migrant crisis meeing in Thailand
Thailand says it will allow the United States to fly surveillance planes from its territory to identify boats carrying migrants adrift in Southeast Asian seas.
Te Manu Korihi News for 29 May 2015
The Ministry of Social Development has confirmed it is now working with the police regarding Raukura Waikato Social Services Trust. The MP for Te Tai Tokerau, Kelvin Davis, is calling for people to show their support for a hikoi he's leading as it...
'Silent sidelines' may be the way to cut down abuse in...
Otago Rugby may be forced to introduce 'silent sidelines' for junior rugby if parents and supporters don't cut down on their abusive behaviour.
Farmers will only ride out low milk prices if they pick up...
One of New Zealand's biggest lenders to farmers is predicting that most will ride out low milk prices - but only if they pick up soon.
Sydney siege inquest continues
A former lawyer for the Sydney siege gunman has spoken about how Man Haron Monis was a showman who defied all the advice he gave him.
Evening Business for 29 May 2015
News from the business sector including a market report.
Hunt for anyone who may have caught measles at SkyTower
Health workers are scrolling through the guest list of Auckland's SkyCity hotel in their hunt for anyone who may have had contact with a fireman who's come down with measles.
Auditor General investigates Adam Feeley
The Queenstown Lakes District Council's handling of a conflict of interest involving its chief executive, Adam Feeley, is being investigated by the Auditor-General.
Five year old boy who died from head injuries named
A five year old Christchurch boy has died after being taken to hospital on Wednesday afternoon with head injuries.
Shipley strongly denying any wrongdoing in Mainzeal case
The former prime minister Dame Jenny Shipley is strongly denying any wrongdoing in connection with the collapse of the construction company Mainzeal in 2013.
Government unveils first potential Auckland housing land
The Government believes six hundred homes could be built in Auckland on the first blocks of surplus Crown land unveiled today.
Ex-girlfriend says police did nothing about protection...
The ex-girlfriend of a Northland man who's been sent to jail for breaching a protection order three times, says the police did nothing when she first reported him.
Who will NZ support in the FIFA presidential election
Football New Zealand has just decided who it will vote for in the FIFA presidential election.
- Wellington, New Zealand