5:06 PM.After the largest and most complex investigation WorkSafe has ever carried out, it's laid criminal charges against 13 parties in relation to the Whakaari White Island eruption last December - ten… Read more Audio
5:11 PM.Police are still investigating after a woman was found dead in the east Auckland suburb of Sunnyhills.
Fifty-five-year-old Elizabeth Zhong was reported missing on Saturday and officers believe they… Read more Audio
5:14 PM.Residents of the Porirua suburb of Plimmerton are busy cleaning up and getting rid of the mud after extensive flooding damaged more than a dozen properties.
At the same time, the Council and other… Read more Audio
5:18 PM.Warning: Details in this report will be distressing to some listeners.
A woman who was abused as a child by a Marist Brother has challenged the Church to make urgent changes to the way it operates.
… Read more Audio
5:22 PM.Motorists could be charged $3.50 to drive through Auckland's central city during peak hours.
A joint government - Auckland Council report says there's a strong case for congestion charging in the… Read more Video, Audio
5:31 PM.Two GPs caring for patients who died after switching brands of an epilepsy drug say they were not aware of the Pharmac brand switch when they prescribed the drug for their patients.
The GPs were… Read more Video, Audio
5:38 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
5:43 PM.The organiser of WOMAD says it had little choice but to pull out of the 2021 event.
The Taranaki Arts Festival Trust says it risked losing millions of dollars and going broke if Covid-19 disrupted… Read more Audio
5:49 PM.Border restrictions in the Pacific due to Covid-19 are keeping New Zealand-based Pasifika apart from their families back in the islands this Christmas.
For many families, it's an annual tradition to… Read more Audio
5:52 PM.The Breakers basketball team are preparing to set up camp across the Tasman for up to six months.
The team was due to leave tomorrow but have delayed their departure to coincide with the release of… Read more Audio
5:55 PM.The world of Covid-19 has forced some people to switch their livelihoods around entirely.
A Havelock North woman used to sell safari trips to Africa - now she's working as a coffee roaster.
She's… Read more Audio
6:07 PM.The beleaguered Ports of Auckland has suffered another setback.
The automation part of its business has been halted while an investigation looks into how a "robot" was able to jump a concrete barrier… Read more Video, Audio
6:16 PM.An investigation by a group Muslims has found their community knew they were vulnerable to a terrorism attack, but were failed by the government agencies that were meant to protect them.
The… Read more Audio
6:20 PM.Some Māori academics are skeptical about whether one of the country's oldest media organisations - which has owned up to perpetuating racist narratives about tangata whenua - can change.
Stuff has… Read more Audio
6:24 PM.Pacific Islands seasonal workers who will be allowed into New Zealand under a new border exemption will finally be paid a living wage.
The New Zealand government has granted a border exception for… Read more Audio