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5:09 PM.A $150,000 donation to the National Party has raised fresh questions about foreign influence and who should be allowed to give money to political parties.
National received the money in 2016 from a… Read more Audio
5:12 PM.Māori suicide prevention workers say they are undervalued and underfunded and they're pleading for more support as Māori suicide rates reach record highs.
New figures show 685 people in Aotearoa… Read more Video, Audio
5:17 PM.The former Cabinet Minister Clare Curran, who was sacked from cabinet a year ago, is to quit Parliament at the next election.
She has been Labour's MP for Dunedin South since 2008. Ms Curran resigned… Read more Video, Audio
5:21 PM.A neuropathologist has told a jury a Northland toddler died of a "catastrophic" head injury so severe the young girl could never have survived it.
Two-year-old Ariah Roberts died in her home at… Read more Video, Audio
5:24 PM.A Wellington apartment owner facing skyrocketing insurance premiums is demanding the government take over the natural disaster insurance industry.
Wellington City Council this week hosted the first… Read more Audio
5:32 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
5:37 PM.Mark Lundy's last-ditch appeal against his convictions for murdering his wife and daughter 19 years ago has wrapped up its first day in the Supreme Court.
Lundy was convicted in 2002 of the murder of… Read more Video, Audio
5:40 PM.The government is scrapping changes brought in in 2015 to try stop excessive pay increases for MPs, labelling them a failure that have had the opposite effect.
Last year Parliament froze MPs'… Read more Video, Audio
5:45 PM.New Zealand has voted against giving new international trade protections to endangered mako sharks at a world wildlife conference.
Wildlife experts from around the world are at the at the conference… Read more Video, Audio
5:54 PM.After a 10-year long battle, a collection of taonga left on board Captain Cook's ship the Endeavour will be returned, on loan, to the Tairāwhiti region after 250 years.
The taonga, which include… Read more Video, Audio
6:08 PM.The Green Party is raising questions about whether anything was promised in exchange for the $150,000 given to the National Party by a Chinese-owned company.
And it says its yet another reason to ban… Read more Video, Audio
6:15 PM.South Auckland leaders want the government to step in and help after a spate of violence in their community this year.
There have been been four fatal shootings in the area since March and a fatal… Read more Audio
6:17 PM.A Fiji opposition MP says he's been vindicated by the release of a video of his alleged assault by the prime minister.
Footage emerged on Friday of Frank Bainimarama grabbing and shoving Pio… Read more Audio
6:28 PM.Seven eggs from the world's last two remaining northern white rhinos have been successfully fertilized artifically, raising hopes of saving the endangered animals. Serena Chaudhry reports. Read more Video, Audio