5:10 PM.Air New Zealand is keeping secret the number of its staff infected with Covid-19 amid allegations it is not doing enough to keep its workers safe. Read more Video, Audio
5:27 PM.All the cheap petrol in the world is of no use if your car is going nowhere.
The US is facing fuel storage problems, and it is being described as a once in a lifetime event.
In New Zealand Z Energy… Read more Video, Audio
5:38 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
5:45 PM.The government is reassuring worried parents and teachers that its plan to partially reopen schools and early learning centres next week is safe and workable.
In briefings on Tuesday, the Education… Read more Audio
5:48 PM.There are fears for farmers' mental health as the sector battles with the impacts of drought and Covid-19.
Farming leaders say lockdown has magnified the challenges that isolation presents in rural… Read more Audio
5:52 PM.What happens when your local food bank runs out of food?
That was almost the case for the Masterton Foodbank whose supplies ran dry after seeing a three-fold increase in demand late last week.
Local… Read more Video, Audio
5:52 PM.A food rescue charity has been forced to ask for charity itself to save good quality food from going to waste during the lockdown.
Fairfood collects food from organisations that would otherwise go to… Read more Audio
6:10 PM.The leader of the world's most secretive country is apparently close to death.
The North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, has reportedly suffered complications after surgery.
Speculation on his health… Read more Video, Audio
6:14 PM.Government ministers have been bombarded with questions about their lack of analysis on how small businesses would survive an extended lockdown period.
Small Business Minister Stuart Nash has been… Read more Audio
6:18 PM.Health workers' unions hope that an external review of personal protective gear, PPE, mean they never again have to worry about facing a pandemic without protection.
The Auditor General announced it… Read more Audio
6:25 PM.Hard up New Zealanders look set to benefit from the initiative of two New Zealand farmers who want to feed the poor.
The pair started plans to donate meat a year ago, but say the Covid-19 crisis… Read more Audio
6:27 PM.While many community groups have had to put their hobbies on hold during the lockdown, a Palmerston North choir is taking a novel approach to keep its singing alive.
Six to Sixty has members of all… Read more Audio