5:00 PM.Roy returns to Parliament, DHB's won't rule out more radiographer suspensions, Former MP told he has tarnished charity reputations, Australia's independents start negotiations with Labor and the… Read moreAudio
5:19 PM.A judge who sentenced the former MP and Children's Commissioner, Roger McClay, to 300 hours of community service for fraud, says his offending has tarnished the reputation of the charities he stole… Read moreAudio
5:36 PM.The double-murderer John Barlow has been freed from Rimutaka Prison, but he and his lawyer say the fight to clear his name will continue. The 64-year-old served nearly sixteen years for shooting… Read moreAudio
5:43 PM.Questions are being asked by the Police Commissioner about the appointment of Detective Inspector David Archibald to the Police College. Mr Archibald is heading up the Investigations and Intelligence… Read moreAudio
5:52 PM.Engineers are preparing to install a big drill to rescue 33 miners trapped deep in a Chilean mine, and are going to send down games to help them cope with a wait that could last until Christmas. Audio
6:22 PM.Skellerup has lifted its underlying profit by almost 50 percent, and expects to improve its earnings again this year. The listed plastics and industrial couplings maker made almost 12 million dollars… Read moreAudio
6:37 PM.MPs in Solomon Islands have voted in a new Prime Minister. Danny Philip defeated the only other contender Steve Abana by 26 votes to 23 - there was one spoilt vote in the country's 50 seat Parliament.
6:39 PM.Indigenous protestors on the Chilean island of Rapa Nui or Easter Island say they won't stop fighting for autonomy despite armed police forcing them out of government buildings they've been occupying.