Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia09/18/14
Let's have a chat to our Canberra correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh.
Do re me fa so la te do - West End's Sound of Music on tour
Do, Ray, Me, Fa, So, La, Te, Climb Every Mountain, Edelweiss, they're all well known songs from one of the world's most popular musicals -- The Sound of Music.
Te Manu Korihi News for 19 September 2014
The Tertiary Education Union says it's concerned that there are other motives behind the proposed closure of Victoria Univerisity's Maori Business Programme. The New Zealand Olympic Games Committee is mourning the death of its cultural adviser and...
Experts dismiss study linking artificial sweeteners to diabetes
A study suggesting artificial sweeteners increase the risk of diabetes is making headlines around the world but a New Zealand nutritional expert says there's no cause for alarm.
Low enrolment fuels chase for south Auckland's missing voters
A high number of unregistered voters in south Auckland's three mainly Pasifika electorates is raising the prospect of another low turnout in Labour's heartland.
Markets Update for 19 September 2014
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Last day to enrol to vote in the general election
Joining us is the Electoral Commission's Chief Electoral Officer, Robert Peden.
What the polls are saying
The final pre - election polls are out this morning, finally displaying some form of consistency.
Reporters tell tales from the campaign trail
Our political reporters have been busy on the campaign trail -- almost as busy as the leaders they've been following.
Party leaders prepare for close of election campaign
Party leaders will today make their final efforts to convince voters they're up to the job of leading the country for the next three years.
Sports News for 19 September 2014
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Inquest seeks answers to what killed Hawea man Rutger Hale
A coroner will today try to end the mystery of what killed Rutger Hale while driving near Wanaka last year.
Barometer set to swing back to winter for Election Day
There are plenty of predictions being made ahead of Election Day tomorrow, but one that's more reliable than many comes from the Met Service, which is predicting an unsettled forecast.
Battle for Maori seats will be pivotal
Voting in the Maori electorates could play a decisive role in tomorrow's elections. We're joined now by the former Mana Motuhake leader and Alliance cabinet minister Sandra Lee and the former Labour cabinet minister John Tamihere.
Harawira accuses opponents of ganging up on him
Winston Peters says Hone Harawira, has sold out his people by throwing in his lot with the Internet Party and Kim Dotcom and Te Tai Tokerau voters should be backing Labour's Kelvin Davis.
Losing parties refuse to accept Fiji election result
The opposing political sides are in Fiji are in a standoff over claims of voting irregularities and systemic electoral fraud.
Scotland's voters make their choice in independence referendum
The talking is over and voting is well under way across Scotland on whether the country should stay in the United Kingdom or become an independent nation.
Trigger to Australian raids a phone call from IS leader
Australian politicians have reacted with disgust to an alleged jihadist terrorist plot aimed at beheading random members of the public.
Radio New Zealand's political editor on final days of campaign
Our Political Editor Brent Edwards is here in the studio.
National's campaign manager on final days of campaign
National's campaign manager Steven Joyce joins us.
- Wellington, New Zealand
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