News and Late Edition
Late Edition for 27 January 201501/26/15
A grieving father chooses to speak about the death of his two sons through drowning; seventy years since the liberation of Auchwitz; and in Dateline Pacific a tuna boost for America Samoa.
Late Edition for 26 January 2015
The link between location & dog attacksin Auckland, maths meets Hollywood in the imitation game & in Dateline Pacific, too much bleach for coral reefs.
Late Edition for 23 January 2015
Photos are released of the balloon flight that went up in flames near Carterton; Sydney's siege survivors are criticised for selling their stories and the Marshall Islands are braced for more King Tides.
Late Edition for 22 January 2015
Reaction to the governments plans for environmental law reform; the fish oil on fish oil and keeping Tonga in the air freight loop.
Late Edition for 21 January 2015
What happened to an Air Asia plane in the minutes before it crashed; adapting to a drier climate and the health of asylum seekers on Manus Island deteriorates.
Late edition for 20 January 2015
The politics of the resource management act and uncertain future for the katherine mansfield fellowship.
Late Edition for 19 January 2015
What the Navy's been doing about illegal fishing south of New Zealand, a Rolling Stone on Nine to Noon and Tonga after the cyclone.
Late Edition for 16 January 2015
Pioneering architect Sir Ian Athfield dies at 74, Rheumatic fever on the rise and New Zealanders nominated for this year's Oscars.
Late Edition for 15 January 2015
The navy needs more help in the Southern Ocean to stop illegal fishing and two climbers complete a free climb of the 900 metre El Capitan rockface.
Late Edition for 14 January 2015
House prices continue to rise and new restorative justice programmes are not working as planned.
Late Edition for 13 January 2015
A review of how the police promoted zero tolerance on speed this summer has been ordered and a discussion about social media and distraction from Summer Noelle.
Late Edition for 12 January 2015
An Islamic leader in Wellington urges people to show more respect for Islam and the Safety of trampolines.
Late Edition for Friday 9 January
Cartoonists around the world draw their reaction to the Charlie Hebdo killings, and we're out on the water with Northland quarantine officers.
Late Edition for Thursday 8 January
An international relations expert analyses the Paris killings, will low oil prices hurt the consumer? and a teacher & crime novellist remembers the 2009 black saturday fires in a new book.
Late Edition for Wednesday 7 January
Katrina Batten presents Late Edtion with a selection of stories from Summer Repert and Summer Noelle.
Late Edition for Tues 6 January
Late Edition with Katrina Batten presents a roundup of stories from Summer Report and Summer Noelle.
Late Edition for Monday 5 January
Katrina Batten presents late Edition with some of the best of Summer Report and Summer Noelle.
Late Edition for Fridy 2 January
Authorities in Gisborne consider the fallout from the New Year's Eve riot & how the music industry is using data from music apps.
Late Edition for Tuesday 30 December
Late Edition with Katrina Batten brings you a roundup of items from Summer Report and Summer Noelle.
Late Edition for Monday 29 December
Summer Late Edition with a roundup of the main storys from todays programmes includin Summer Report and Summer Noelle.
- Wellington, New Zealand