5:14 PM.Nearly two thirds of all identified serious immigration crime isn't being investigated because Immigration New Zealand doesn't have enough resources or money, and that's not going to change for at… Read moreAudio
5:17 PM.Auckland's first region wide homeless count shows an estimated 800 people in the city are either sleeping rough or in cars, and thousands of others are living in temporary accommodation. Housing First… Read moreVideo, Audio
5:25 PM.The government is hoping a new one-stop shop will help homeowners in Canterbury still struggling with insurance claims, but as Logan Church reports, this isn't the first initiative of its kind in the… Read moreVideo, Audio
5:37 PM.An investigation by the Labour Inspectorate found 73 subcontractors working on Chorus's ultra-fast broadband network in Auckland failed to keep employment records, pay the minimum wage and provide… Read moreAudio
5:40 PM.Wairarapa farmers affected by Mycoplasma bovis have slammed MPI's compensation process as "slow" and "awkward." Reporter Gia Garrick visited Julie and Bryce Stevenson's farm, which is now clear of the… Read moreAudio
5:45 PM.The fire, at the Ravensdown factory in the busy Christchurch suburb of Hornby also caused traffic chaos, as police cordoned off several roads to create a perimeter around the 14-hectare factory site.
5:48 PM.Conservative lawmaker Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the Senate as the United States' next Supreme Court Judge after an acrimonious process in which he faced several allegations of sexual… Read moreAudio
6:12 PM.In the face of stark warnings on climate change - are we actually doing anything? Reporter Sarah Robson headed to the Climate Change and Business conference in central Auckland today to speak to some… Read moreAudio