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.
Late Edition for 29 June 2015
A bank holiday for Greece and Tahuna Breaks goes to the Glastonbury festival.
Late Edition for 26 June 2015
A Sydney paediatrician faces jail in Australia under a law banning people from speaking out about refugee detention centres on Nauru; New Zealand's Number 1 Breakfast Cereal could be made in Australia; and in Dateline Pacific, the Cook Islands...
Late Edition for 25 June 2015
Auckland council narrowly approves the city's budget; an account of a miracle rescue in the South seas and in Dateline Pacific, where the Island tax havens are.
Late Edition for 24 June 2015
Farmers under stress and Pluto's moment in the starlight.
Late Edition for 23 June 2015
A jury at the High Court in Auckland, acquits a teenager of the murder of a dairy owner, Arun Kumar, but finds the boy guilty of manslaughter. Whanganui - the clean up continues. The southern lights on show. In dateline Pacific... doubts about the...
Late Edition for Monday 22 June
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 19 June 2015
Regional mayors chew over Jetstar's plan to fly beyond the main centres, why Sir John Kirwan had to get over the blues and in Dateline Pacific, A Nauru opposition MP is out of jail.
Late Edition for 18 June 2015
Why improving the national grid might make your electricty more expensive, a doctor calls for the de-criminalisation of the drug exstasy and in Dateline Pacific, a warrant for the arrest of Papua New Guinea's prime minister.
Late Edition for 17 June 2015
The Government sacks the Southern District Health Board. The funeral of Jerry Collins. Muslims prepare for Ramadan and in Dateline Pacific, riot police guard Nauru's parliament.
Late Edition for 16 June 2015
How a smiley face can turn a kauri log into a work of art; the resurrection of a space probe and arrests follow anti governmenet protests on Nauru.
Late Edition for 15 June 2015
Thousands turn out for the funeral of Jerry Collins; the Magna Carta turns 800; and in Dateline Pacific, cut and thrust in Vanuatu politics.
Late Edition for 12 June 2015
The future for Fonterra; thirty forgotten Katherine Mansfield peoms resurface and reaction to the ousting of Vanuatu's Prime Minister Joe Natuman.
Late Edition for 11 June 2015
The Reserve Bank cuts interest rates for the first time in four years; Vanuatu's parliament sacks its Prime Minister and the demise of one of New Zealand's greatest racehorses.
Late Edition for 10 June 2015
Carers for a Nelson man win the right to treat him with cannibis oil; the biggest shipment of live sheep in almost a decade; and in Dateline Pacific: cleaning the drinking water in Kiribati.
Late Editiion for 9 June 2015
The quarry damaged in a major landslide didn't have the right paperwork, Wellington will not become a super city, Sir Peter Williams QC dies and in Dateline Pacific, Bouganville's president elect wants to talk about mining.
Late Edition for 8 June 2015
Rescuers work overnight to reach man buried in quarry accident, is there too much fat in Fonterra's management? The South Auckland school classroom that could damage your health and in Dateline Pacific, Guam says yes to gay marriage.
Late Edition for 5 June 2015
The first report cards come in from charter schools; remembering Lindauer in Woodville. In Dateline Pacific, Vanuatu's prime minister sacks colleagues to save the cabinet.
- Wellington, New Zealand