Late Edition for 31 July 201507/30/15
A sentencing for the killer of the Henderson dairy owner Arun Kumar; Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations in a race against time, and in Dateline Pacific, American Samoa breeds salt resistant taro.
Late Edition for 30 July 2015
The possible discovery of wreckage from flight MH 370, the government puts a hold on a new approach to protecting child abuse victims, a trucking company speaks up for Kiwirail and in Dateline Pacific, the head of the pacific forum visits Nauru.
Late Edition for 29 July 2015
The trade talks continue in Hawai'i, Parliament passes legislation for a referendum on a new flag, and in Dateline Pacific plans for compulsory retirement in the Cook Islands.
Late Edition for 27 July 2015
An inmate of mt eden prison speaks out, what to do with the nation's glass bottles, and in dateline pacific why women are donating bras in the cook islands.
Late Edition for 24 July 2015
The Government takes control of Mt Eden's privately run prison; a high court ruling on the voting rights on inmates; and in Dateline Pacific PNG's planned marine industrial zone.
Late Edition for 23 July 2015
The global reach of high house prices, a guide to parent teacher interviews and in dateline pacific wild weather in Papua New Guinea.
Late Edition for 22 July 2015
Has the country learnt the lessons of the leaky building saga; A Russian oligarch's search for alien intelligence. In Dateline Pacific, detention centres and bad PR in Papua New Guinea.
Late Edition for 21 July 2015
The marae that served the kereru; a child's life in a Japanese prison camp during World War 2.
Late Edition for Monday 20 July
A review of the news from Morning Report, Nine to Noon, Afternoons and Checkpoint. Also hear the latest news from around the Pacific on Radio New Zealand International's Dateline Pacific.
Late Edition for 17 July 2015
Banks put pressure on dairy farmers, a hometown farewell for Richie McCaw and Dan Carter and in Dateline Pacific, the tribal war goes on in the PNG's western highlands.
Late Edition for 15 July 2015
Labour says sacking of whistleblower disappointing; Probe set to reveal Pluto's secrets - eventually; and the line between free speech and having straight conversations about racial and religious differences - without being offensive.
Late Edition for 14 July 2015
Labour says it's not xenophobic about Chinese property buyers, outdoor curling up central and in Dateline Pacific, the future of American Samoa's only hospital.
Late Edition for 13 July 2015
Tighter rules for exporting swamp kauri, more whales swimming Cook Strait and in Dateline Pacific, the power of women's cricket in Samoa.
Late Edition for 10 July 2015
Mistakes in paperwork denies some people access to benefits; the 30th anniversary of the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior....we hear from the woman who helped police arrest the bombers; celebrating 21 years of volunteer conservation work on Motutapu...
Late Edition for 9 July 2015
In tonight's programme; it's a long way back to the top if Phil Rudd wants to rock and roll, and in dateline pacific a broken cable cuts Northern Marianas off from the rest of the world.
Late Edition for 8 July 2015
A historic rugby match in Samoa; 175 years of ocean liners; and in Dateline Pacific, remembering the rainbow warrior's last voyage.
Late Edition for 6 July 2015
The Financial Markets Authority decides not to presecute the former directors of the failed company, Hanover Finance; Greece sends a message to its creditors; Dunedin welcomes home the Highlanders and in dateline pacific why Tonga spent big on Forbes...
Late Edition for 2 July 2015
Conundrum - clue number 8.
Late Edition for 1 July 2015
Greece defaults on an IMF loan; full and frank feedback at a Hawkes Bay High School; the rise of free music - and the full of the big record labels, and in dateline pacific cutting maternal death during childbirth in PNG with a vasectomy campaign.
Late Edition for 30 June 2015
An outbreak of Rickets in New Zealand; why Dutch climate activists took their government to court; a solar powered plane flies in the dark and in Dateline Pacific, following the laundered money in Papua New Guinea.
- Wellington, New Zealand