5:07 PM.National is ramping up its attacks on Labour, with Judith Collins accusing Jacinda Ardern of lying about testing at the border and saying she's happy to prove it in court.
The Labour leader has… Read more Video, Audio
5:12 PM.With four days to go, New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is on the final sprint after a marathon tour of the whole country.
From Bluff to Northland the New Zealand First bus has travelled almost… Read more Video, Audio
5:20 PM.A mortgage rate war could be on the way, as banks look to lend more money to potential home buyers.
Heartland Bank has stoked the fire with a record, one year fixed loan rate of 1.99 percent.
… Read more Audio
5:24 PM.Two hundred jobs were lost each day in Auckland in August - according to council number-crunchers.
While better than the 250 daily losses expected - it still tallies up to more than 4,000 jobs going… Read more Audio
5:30 PM.An $11 million Wellington project is just getting underway after a six month delay - because of lizards.
In 2017, heavy rain caused landslides on the Ngaio Gorge Road which has had a temporary fix… Read more Audio
5:36 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
5:40 PM.South Australia has trained up 100,000 dedicated Covid-19 marshals to make sure businesses, restaurants, bars and their customers all follow social distancing and hygiene rules.
It's also in… Read more Video, Audio
5:55 PM.Auckland Zoo has welcomed five new otter pups to its resident population.
They are collectively dubbed a 'raft' because of the way otters bunch together in the sea.
The pups have just had their… Read more Video, Audio
6:06 PM.Lake Ōhau residents have begun sifting through the debris of their damaged and destroyed homes in the wake of the devastating fire.
The fire razed much of the village earlier this month, destroying… Read more Video, Audio
6:12 PM.The Labour and National Party leaders hit two hotly contested electorates today, as election day looms and the race becomes tighter.
Wellington's Ōhariu and Hutt South are living up to their… Read more Video, Audio
6:16 PM.Oranga Tamariki staff in Kaitaia were forced to work from home today following verbal abuse and intimidation by a group of protesters.
Yesterday, the doors of the office were barricaded shut by a… Read more Audio
6:19 PM.Civil liberties groups believe privacy, freedom of expression and trade secrets could be eroded if tech companies give up their encrypted data to governments.
The government and its Five Eyes… Read more Audio