5:06 PM.Three people have been critically injured in a stabbing at Countdown supermarket in central Dunedin.
Another person has moderate injuries. Police say they were called to the Cumberland Street shop… Read more Video, Audio
5:11 PM.Three people have been critically injured in a stabbing at Countdown supermarket in central Dunedin. Another person has moderate injuries.
Arthur Taylor was about to walk into the supermarket to do… Read more Audio
5:15 PM.Superintendent Paul Basham is live in Dunedin, answering questions about the Countdown stabbing.
5:22 PM.It could be chilly when the Prime Minister meets with the union on Tuesday, in their first face-to-face since the government announced a three-year pay freeze for public servants.
Some workers are… Read more Video, Audio
5:27 PM.A Wellington father who is suing health authorities says his deceased son should not have been discharged by mental health services while he was an inpatient.
Christopher Carter was found dead in his… Read more Audio
5:34 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6253449617001 Video, Audio
5:39 PM.There's a bit more money in the kitty for next week's budget, but Grant Robertson is dialing back expectations he's about to go on a spending spree.
In a pre-budget speech in Auckland this morning… Read more Audio
5:42 PM.It's not acceptable that computer technical issues are what's holding up the rollout of DIY cervical cancer screening tests, the clinical director of one of the largest GP co-operatives says.
The… Read more Video, Audio
5:49 PM.More than 20 families remain without a home after the horrific floods in Napier six months ago.
Patience is wearing thin for some, with one family moving eight times since the floods happened.
Our… Read more Video, Audio
5:53 PM.The government has promised to make room in MIQ for about 2,500 more migrant workers to come into the country for seasonal horticultural work.
About 500 spaces will be set aside in managed isolation… Read more Audio
5:54 PM.A critically endangered kākāpō is back on his feet after the equivalent of a minor toe amputation, and a stint in a custom made moon boot.
There are just over 200 of the precious flightless parrots… Read more Video, Audio
6:09 PM.There are calls for a policy allowing the handcuffing of prisoners before and after giving birth to be scrapped, but the prison officers' union says it's for the protection of staff.
Two separate… Read more Audio
6:13 PM.The government's attempted defence of its decision to restrict wage increases for public sector workers appears to be falling flat.
Jacinda Ardern and Grant Robertson both fronted the media today to… Read more Audio
6:17 PM.Systemic violence experienced during five-years of institutional care has been outlined to the Abuse in Care Royal Commission.
Tyrone Marks first came to the attention of Social Welfare at the age of… Read more Audio