News and Late Edition
Late Edition for 27 November 201411/26/14
A bouncer takes the life of a top Australian cricketer, setting the standards for the nations rivers and industrial unrest hits Samoan rugby.
Late Edition for 26 November 2014
Judith Collins in her own words; in praise of plain english; and in Dateline Pacific, poverty and violence in Kiribati.
Late Edition for Tuesday 25 November 2014
Power politics, one of the biggest books in the world and in Dateline Pacific, Tonga prepares for elections.
Late Edition for Monday 24 November 2014
The price of pain, the government releases the final draft on it's latest anti-terrorist legislation and in Dateline Pacific, chewing over the results of the Solomon Islands election.
Late Edition for 21 November 2014
The Chinese President tours Aotearoa; Dinosaurs on Nine to Noon; and in Dateline Pacific, prospects for this years cyclone season.
Late Edition for 20 November 2014
The anthropology of rubbish, buying whitebait online, and in Dateline Pacific, the vote count in Solomon Islands is under way.
Late Edition for 19 November 2014
The State of the department of conservation and setting the rates in Auckland.
Late Edition for 18 November 2014
Labour has a new leader; Christchurch's Theatre Royal re-opens after the quakes; and in Dateline Pacific, France commits to a referendum on independence in New Caledonia.
Late Edition for 17 November 2014
Kim Dotcom looks for a new lawyer; what's right and wrong with China's education system; and in Dateline Pacific, getting ready for the election in the Solomon Islands.
Late Edition for 14 November 2014
World leaders converge on Brisbane, the view from comet 67P and the price of diabetes.
Late Edition for 13 November 2014
Philip John Smith - a fugitive no more, a space probe lands on a comet and Pacific rugby players preach non-violence in Vanuatu.
Late Edition for 12 November 2014
A message from Phillip John Smith; stump the brains trust with the labour leadership candidates; and in Dateline Pacific politics in Tonga, how much of it can the kingdom handle.
Late Edition for Tuesday 11 November 2014
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 10 November 2014
Putting a dollar on the cost of domestic violence, the school exam season is underway and plans for a new international airport in Vanuatu.
Late Edition for Friday 7 November 2014
Is the Prime Minister giving Pike River families false hope ?, the possibility of World War One overload and in Dateline Pacific, medical marijuana supporters in Guam are on a high after a yes vote.
Late Edition for 6 November 2014
Solid Energy announces it won't recover the 29 bodies in its Pike River mine, 25 years since the wall came down & in Dateline Pacific, the US mid-term election election results in American Samoa.
Late Edition for 5 November 2014
A midterm setback for President Obama; the girl who sailed solo around the world; and in Dateline Pacific village leaders in samoa refuse a chinese tourism deal.
Late Edition for Tuesday 4 November 2014
Singapore invests in Auckland's waterfront, the man who's walking around New Zealand and in Dateline Pacific, removing unexploded bombs from Bogainville
Late Edition for Monday 3 November 2014
Climate change-it's not going away, private space travel suffers a set-back and in Dateline Pacific, why Fiji isn't coming back into the forum.
Late Edition for 31 October 2014
The cancer that runs in families, kiwi music's big night out and in dateline pacific Tonga's plans to be energy self-sufficient.
- Wellington, New Zealand