5:09 PM.A couple tricked into accepting a lower offer from Southern Response to replace their earthquake-damaged home wants a full apology from former Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee.
Karl and… Read more Audio
5:13 PM.STA Travel has been using New Zealand customers' deposits for overseas holidays to cover company wages and office rent, Checkpoint can reveal.
In its first report back to creditors, administrators… Read more Audio
5:19 PM.The government is relaxing its Covid-19 border controls to allow hundreds of specialised workers into the country.
They include deep sea fishing crew, veterinarians, and people who drive complex… Read more Audio
5:26 PM.Auckland residents are bracing for more commuter chaos when the Harbour Bridge's southbound lanes heading into the city close overnight for crucial repairwork to a damaged truss.
It's the first time… Read more Audio
5:29 PM.National wants to scale up the country's managed isolation facilities, to start allowing more foreigners into the country.
If elected, it would allow private accommodation providers to offer managed… Read more Audio
5:34 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
5:51 PM.The British Prime Minister is set to make a rare national address later today, as the UK tries to tackle a second wave of Covid-19 before winter sets in.
It will be the third time Boris Johnson's… Read more Video, Audio
5:53 PM.A plan to build hundreds of new homes in a rural valley five minutes from the centre of Nelson city, has triggered a petition and a wave of placards against it.
Meanwhile a housing shortage in the… Read more Video, Audio
5:56 PM.Southern businesses are calling for more certainty ahead of a Finance face-off in Queenstown tonight.
The Finance spokespeople from the major parties will debate the key issues as the resort town… Read more Audio
6:09 PM.A new poll out on Tuesday has good news for Labour - they will still be able to govern alone if the Colmar Brunton predictions ring true.
But they have had a drop… Read more Video, Audio
6:15 PM.A woman who was in and out of psychiatric care during the 1970s has spoken of being subjected to excessive electroconvulsive therapy, or ECT and the debilitating effect its had on her life.
Joan… Read more Audio
6:20 PM.A New Zealand producer churning out what he calls the champagne of butter says Covid-19 is creating more opportunities overseas for high end products from Aotearoa.
The butter sells in a premium… Read more Video, Audio