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Thursday, 12 September 2019
It's back to court for a Christchurch couple at the centre of a mammoth battle with Southern Response, even though the pair begged the quake insurer not to drag them through yet more legal action.
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The National Party says the police should be doing more to find out how many now prohibited firearms are in the country.
Deputy Police Commissioner Mike Clements gave a briefing on the gun buyback… Read more Audio
The Labour staffer at the centre of allegations of sexual assault has quit, saying he wanted to avoid any further stress or distraction.
The staffer made his first public statement this afternoon… Read more Audio
A Napier man's wedding ring has taken a miraculous 2000km return trip thanks to an eagle-eyed Dunedinite and a bit of plain old luck.
Don Alexander, 84, lost his ring while packing up crates of… Read more Audio
People using e-cigarettes are being urged to only buy the products from reputable shops they know and trust.
The advice comes amid rising concern about the potential for serious health harm from… Read more Audio
12 Sep 2019
Tributes have been flowing from across the Pacific after Tonga's Prime Minister, 'Akilisi Pohiva, who has died aged 78.
Before becoming Prime Minister in 2014, Mr Pohiva spent decades as the… Read more Audio
History was made at Parliament on Thursday when the Prime Minister announced that New Zealand history would be made a compulsory subject in all primary and secondary schools by 2022.
It left iwi… Read more Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
The Minister in charge of Southern Response Grant Robertson tells Lisa Owen the decision to appeal the Dodds' High Court judgement is the government's decision, and maintains it's the right decision… Read more Video, Audio
A Christchurch home owner says he'll fight insurer Southern Response to the very end, after learning he's being forced back into court for an appeal, after already winning his case.
Last month the… Read more Video, Audio
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is refusing to say exactly who within the Labour Party assured her there was no sexual assault complaint.
Nigel Haworth resigned as Labour Party President on Wednesday… Read more Video, Audio
Wednesday, 11 September 2019
Queenstown is one step closer to taxing its visitors in a bid to cover infrastructure costs.
The government has thrown its support behind a levy for the resort town, saying it will help to introduce… Read more Audio