5:11 PM.The Prime Minister says she will start an immediate investigation into allegations a number of young Labour Pary supporters were sexually assaulted and harassed at a party camp last month. Audio
5:20 PM.National Party leader Simon Bridges has given all his rivals spots in the top ten line-up, except departing MP Steven Joyce. He rolled out his top four MPs on Parliament's steps today, where they… Read moreVideo, Audio
5:21 PM.MetService is warning the east coast of the North Island will get a battering later today or overnight. RNZ reporter Anusha Bradley says Gisborne locals are prepared, but not overly concerned. Audio
5:28 PM.St Mary's College students were buzzing to meet the Black Ferns, and buzzing they're finally going to be paid. Sports reporter Joe Porter caught up with some current and potential future players. Video, Audio
5:39 PM.The Prime Minister says the Building and Construction Minister regrets her spending, but the Minister's office says her expenses were within the rules. We asked her constituents what they make of it.
5:45 PM.Former US negotiator with North Korea, Evans Revere, tells John Campbell Kim Jong-un wants US President Donald Trump to agree to remove threats, and accept the reality of a nuclear-armed North Korea.
6:08 PM.The prime minister, police and parents weren't told about sexual assault allegations at a Young Labour camp last month. The party's General Secretary tells John Campbell they wanted to make sure it… Read moreVideo, Audio
6:18 PM.Adrienne Matthews lives near the spot where three people were killed just south of Nelson during a police pursuit. She tells John Campbell the road is so dangerous police should never pursue anyone on… Read moreVideo, Audio
6:23 PM.MetService meteorologist Georgina Griffiths says Northland, Bay of Plenty, Gisborne and Coromandel are in the firing line, as former Cyclone Hola, which is "mobile and small" approaches New Zealand. Audio