5:10 PM.Fire and Emergency say last night's accidental Tsunami warning was the result of an old IT system, that is no longer in use.
Sirens started sounding at about 9:15pm on Sunday from Te Puke to Waihi… Read more Audio
5:15 PM.The National Party says a burglary at its Auckland headquarters is a sinister start to election year.
Three laptops were taken from the office in Greenlane in the break in - yet other other items… Read more Video, Audio
5:20 PM.For the first time Prince Harry has spoken publicly about his great sadness at being forced to give up his royal duties as part of an official exit deal.
At the weekend Buckingham Palace announced… Read more Video, Audio
5:26 PM.A huge dust storm has swept through the Australian city of Dubbo, with a cloud hundreds of metres high causing damage to a school and local businesses.
Dramatic footage shows a wall of dust… Read more Video, Audio
5:38 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
5:41 PM.Red tape, inflated land prices, rock-bottom interest rates, migration and speculation are fuelling New Zealand's runaway property market.
The 16th annual Demographia International Housing… Read more Video, Audio
5:45 PM.Telecommunications company Vodafone is giving its more than 2,000 workers an extra incentive to finish the summer weeks early. It has announced it will let employees leave at 2pm on Fridays during… Read more Audio
6:09 PM.Parents and disability advocates say they are disappointed the government's overhaul of funded family care doesn't go far enough to fix some of the most critical problems in the system.
The changes… Read more Audio
6:24 PM.New Zealand firefighters who went over to the Australia to help with the bushfire effort have begun returning home.
RNZ reporter MacKenzie Smith was at Auckland Airport to hear of their experiences.