5:09 PM.A jogger repeatedly smashed in the head by a serial attacker preying on lone women says she felt pure terror as the man punched her.
The woman was out for a late afternoon run on a walkway on… Read more Video, Audio
5:18 PM.The National Party has put gangs squarely in its crosshairs, proposing that an elite police team be set up - modelled on Australia's 'Strike Force Raptor' unit.
The idea is one of series of proposals… Read more Audio
5:22 PM.Samoa's measles epidemic has killed 32 people. It's the second day in a row the death toll has increased - all but four of the deaths are children under the age of four.
And a mass vaccination… Read more Video, Audio
5:25 PM.New Zealand Cricket says if it finds the person accused of racially abusing English paceman Jofra Archer, it will refer them to the police and ban them for life.
The 24-year-old bowler says he was… Read more Audio
5:33 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
5:38 PM.The government's sending a warning to motorists with faulty airbags - if you don't get them fixed, you won't be getting a warrant of fitness.
The Takata Alpha airbags have caused injuries and… Read more Audio
5:42 PM.Secondary school principals around New Zealand are increasingly worried by delays to regulate the vaping industry.
More than 60 health, community and school organisations have written an open letter… Read more Audio
5:47 PM.The Health Minister has called out the Hepatitis Foundation over extravagant expenses and gross mismanagement, saying it's unacceptable.
The regulator, Charities Services, completed its investigation… Read more Audio
5:51 PM.A Pasifika woman now living in Flaxmere in Hawke's Bay is thankful she's escaped a mouldy and damp nightmare rental property that was meant to be her first slice of kiwi paradise.
Tala-lelei Hefa… Read more Video, Audio
5:56 PM.A protest aboard an oil drilling ship at the Port of Timaru has come to an end, with police forced to build a scaffolding tower to arrest the remaining protestors.
The Greenpeace protest began early… Read more Video, Audio
6:09 PM.National has revealed it would expect judges to hand out tougher sentences if it's in power, even though the judiciary is independent and should not be swayed by the government.
Among the party's law… Read more Video, Audio
6:22 PM.Auckland Council's sending enforcement officers out to the Waitakere and Hunua Ranges this summer to catch any law flouters who use closed tracks and risk spreading the deadly Kauri dieback disease.
… Read more Audio
6:26 PM.The Samoa Red Cross says people in the Pacific nation are panicking, with 32 people confirmed dead from measles.
There are almost 2,500 people infected, with 176 of them in hospital.
There has been… Read more Video, Audio