Fans queue overnight for Super 15 final tickets06/30/15
Hurricanes and Highlanders fans began queuing last night for a last chance to buy a ticket to Saturday night's Super 15 rugby final in Wellington.
Te Manu Korihi News for 1 July 2015
An independent conservation body says Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau failed to take the appropriate steps before trying to take kereru from the South Island; The Whangarei mayor Sheryl Mai says a new Māori cultural centre planned for Whangarei will be a...
Morning Rural News for 1 July 2015
News from the rural and farming sector.
NZEI opposes new teacher regulation body
The Educational Institute says the new organisation for registering and disciplining teachers is a mess.
Pacific News for 1 July 2015
The latest from the Pacific region.
Sports News for 1 July 2015
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
NZ's Marina Erakovic loses first round Wimbledon match
New Zealand's Marina Erakovic has lost her first round match to Kazakhstan's Yulia Putintseva during the opening day of Wimbledon.
NZ keen to help kickstart Middle East process
The Government has made kickstarting the beleagured Middle East peace process its top priority when New Zealand takes over the presidency of the United Nations Security Council tomorrow.
US ruling ignites marriage equality debate in Australia
The same-sex marriage debate's reignited in Australia after the United States Supreme Court made it legal across America.
Te Manu Korihi News for 30 June 2015
The New Zealand Climate and Health Council is urging the Government to take urgent action against climate change to improve the health of Māori; Ngāti Tūwharetoa will today finalise the purchase of 8,500 hectares of Crown land in the central North...
PM says new policies will deliver real benefits to families
From tomorrow New Zealanders will pay less to license their cars, there'll be more free doctors visits and a funding boost for parental care
Years after first complaints - businesses annoyed nothing...
The small business sector says the Commerce Commission is taking too long investigating a company they claim is fooling them into thinking they'll get government grants.
Markets Update for 30 June 2015
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Astronomers see unusual occultation of Pluto in NZ
Astronomers in the south of New Zealand have seen a rare astronomical event - an occultation of Pluto - giving them their best look yet at the tiny planet.
Libby McKay's mother to push for new inquest
The mother of the Christchurch woman, Libby McKay, who died after falling out of a moving vehicle, says it's unacceptable the key witness did not attend the coroner's inquest.
Labour warns of risks from overseas owners of social...
Labour is warning of the potential pitfalls if the Government chooses to sell state houses to Australian social housing provider Horizon Housing.
Greek community concerned for their families and bank loans
Members of the Greek community in New Zealand are worried for their friends, family and bank loans after banks in Greece closed on Sunday.
Sports News for 30 June 2015
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Question raised over Hundertwasser's nose bone flute
Austrian artist Friedrich Hundertwasser who made his home in Northland is best remembered in this country for his koru flag and the colourful public toilet block in Kawakawa.
Solar Impulse passes 'point of no return'
A solar-powered plane crossing the Pacific Ocean has passed the point of no return, in what could be the longest ever solo flight in the history of aviation.
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