5:07 PM.Questions are being raised around whether The Warehouse Group acted in good faith by taking millions of dollars in Government wage subsidies before announcing at least 1000 jobs could go.
The… Read more Audio
5:13 PM.First it was Bunnings, now it's Warehouse Stationery closing its doors in Te Awamutu.
Monday's news came as a bolt from the blue for the community with 200 new homes set to be built in the area and… Read more Video, Audio
5:20 PM.The controversial police Armed Response Teams have been axed for good.
The six month trial in Counties-Manukau, Waikato and Canterbury was fiercely criticised by justice advocates, concerned about a… Read more Video, Audio
5:29 PM.All people arriving at the border will now have to be tested for Covid-19 - not only to detect the virus but also to start tracking which countries are going to be the most high risk.
New arrivals… Read more Audio
5:35 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
5:39 PM.The Prime Minister visited the Bay of Plenty on Tuesday to meet workers who have taken up roles in the horticultural sector after losing their jobs due to Covid-19.
Horticulture New Zealand says 2000… Read more Audio
5:45 PM.Police have apologised to the whānau of a 16-year-old boy from Masterton who was arrested last year after being wrongly identified as a suspect who had robbed a gas station two days earlier.
Police… Read more Audio
5:50 PM.The SIS spied on a senior Labour MP in the 1980s and 1990s, even though for part of that time he had an oversight role of the intelligence agency as chair of the justice select committee.
Richard… Read more Audio
5:55 PM.All Blacks first-five Beauden Barrett is preparing for a pair of significant firsts when the Blues and Hurricanes meet in the opening round of Super Rugby Aotearoa this weekend.
As well as being his… Read more Video, Audio
6:06 PM.National MP Paul Goldsmith concedes it was not the best choice of words to tell Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to "stick to her knitting" after she expressed anger over job cuts at The Warehouse.
The… Read more Video, Audio
6:16 PM.New Zealanders woke up on Tuesday morning living in one of eight countries, free from Covid-19.
There was relief and joy around the country with people no longer required to social distance after… Read more Audio
6:25 PM.Consumer NZ says it wants law changes fast-tracked because Air New Zealand is dragging its heels over giving passengers refunds for cancelled flights.
Consumer NZ met with Air New Zealand to discuss… Read more Audio