Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia10/30/14
Let's have a chat to our Canberra correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh.
Researchers say plane wreckage linked to Amelia Earhart
Researchers probing the 1937 disappearance of American aviator Amelia Earhart say they now believe a slab of aluminium found decades ago on an uninhabited island in the Pacific Ocean came from her aircraft.
Architecture students put together plan to save Cuba Street
Architecture students in Wellington have put together a plan to save Wellington's Cuba Street from being destroyed in an earthquake.
Te Manu Korihi News for 31 October 2014
An Auckland marae says it's secured a deal with a Chinese company to provide Māori cultural experiences for up to 40-thousand tourists a year; A new agreement with the company Sealord could double the financial return for participating iwi; Ngāti...
Clashes erupt in east Jerusalem
Feirce clashes have erupted in East Jerusalem after Israeli police shot dead a Palestinian man suspected trying to kill a far-right Jewish rabbi and activist.
Markets Update for 31 October 2014
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Mothers weigh into Labour leadership contest
The Labour leadership contest hit Dunedin last night with the candidates all trying to reach out to party members for their backing.
Doctors shocked by DHB Queenstown plans.
Queenstown doctors are seething over a behind the scenes plan by the Southern District Health Board to place the district's public hopsital into a private trust.
High hopes for international maths test
This term, 10-thousand Year 5 and Year 9 children are participating in the Trends In International Mathematics and Science Study.
One hundred years since the birth of the ANZACs
It's 100 years tomorrow since 30-thousand New Zealand and Australian troops left Western Australia for the battlefields of the First World War.
Auckland housing short of target
The Government's Housing Accord which aims to boost home construction in Auckland could struggle to meet its targets.
Sports News for 31 October 2014
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
All Blacks get ready to play the USA in Chicago
Americans are known for their obsession with baseball, basketball and American football, but this weekend a sell-out crowd will turn up to see the All Blacks play in Chicago.
Cathedral supporters say half CHCH residents want it saved
Supporters of the restoration of the Christ Church Cathedral say most of the city's residents want to see the earthquake-damaged Anglican cathedral saved from the wrecker's ball.
New antibiotic enters hospital armoury for superbug war
From tomorrow a new antibiotic will be available in this country for people who have infections caused by multi-resistant bacteria, or superbugs.
Sub-branch of port union owns shares in ports
Yesterday we brought you the story about a demand from unions for better safety at the country's ports. 5 people have died and more than a hundred have been seriously injured in accidents at ports in since 2011.
Government mulls further Holiday's Act changes
The ink is only just dry on the controversial Employment Relations Amendment Bill and the Government's next focus is changes to the way holiday pay and annual leave are calculated.
Country stars take out NZ's top song writing prize
Local country star Tami Neilson and her brother Joshua Neilson have won New Zealand's premier song writing prize, the APRA Silver Scroll.
Consent to be included in updated sex ed guidelines
Classes on sexual consent could soon be part of sex education in high schools.
Auckland housing short of target
Listening to that was the Building and Housing Minister Nick Smith.
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