5:00 PM.Watch today's full programme here. Video
5:08 PM.The government is hoping a $300 million fix fund will end the nightmare for Cantabrians saddled with onsold quake damaged houses.
EQC Minister Grant Robertson unveiled the fund that will be handed… Read more Video, Audio
5:14 PM.The aunt of one of the first complainants in the Peter Ellis sex abuse case remains convinced Ellis is guilty and says continuing to drag the case through the courts is further victimising the former… Read more Video, Audio
5:34 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
5:38 PM.The police are reviewing how two loaded handguns were able to be stolen from a patrol car in Gore on Wednesday night.
The man they believe is responsible remains on the loose and they say catching… Read more Audio
5:42 PM.The government is being urged not to make a knee jerk legal reaction to revelations that the accused Christchurch gunman was able to pen and send a letter to an overseas supporter.
The Corrections… Read more Audio
5:46 PM.The accused mosque shooter's terror trial is still due to take place next year but exactly where and when is still up in the air.
Brenton Tarrant has pleaded not guilty to murdering 51 Muslim… Read more Audio
5:49 PM.The Managing Director of the law firm taking the onsold test case, says as far as she is concerned, it will still be heard at the Christchurch High Court in 10 days.
Angela Parlane of Shine Lawyers… Read more Video, Audio
5:55 PM.No risk - high reward. That's the message from All Blacks coach Steve Hansen after dropping three big name players for Saturday night's Bledisloe Cup decider against Australia in Auckland.
Star backs… Read more Video, Audio
6:08 PM.It's been described by the government as an absolute nightmare for some Cantabrians. And now it's hoping that will come to an end - courtesy of a $300 million fix-it fund.
The government has unveiled… Read more Video, Audio
6:22 PM.Pacific Island leaders are still in their retreat at the Pacific Islands Forum in Tuvalu, trying to find consensus on their commitments to addressing climate change.
Discussions were expected to be… Read more Audio
6:26 PM.The government is facing the prospect of yet more strikes in schools.
Secondary principals have walked away from their pay talks with the Education Ministry, with unions saying it doesn't have enough… Read more Audio