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Tuesday, 4 August 2020
Truckies and local leaders are at breaking point over a dangerous highway between Napier and Taupō, where eight people have been killed in the last twelve months.
They say government ministers and… Read more Video, Audio
The disgraced former Minister Iain Lees-Galloway has returned to Parliament for the first time since his sacking to give his final farewell speech.
The Palmerston North MP was last month stripped of… Read more Audio
You may remember the provocative Canadian speakers Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux.
The High Court has previously upheld a decision to cancel their booking at the Bruce Mason Centre in 2018 for… Read more Audio
The trial of a former school teacher accused of abusing teenage boys has now heard from two of the boys at the centre of the case.
Benjamin Swann is on trial in the High Court at Auckland for the… Read more Audio
The eye-watering cost of keeping the Christchurch mosque gunman behind bars has reignited calls for him to be sent back to Australia to serve his sentence there.
RNZ deputy political editor Craig… Read more Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Video sharing platform Tik Tok could become part of Microsoft's empire in a matter of weeks after a political ultimatum from Donald Trump.
The US President has warned he will ban the Chinese-owned… Read more Video, Audio
The Victorian government has brought in strict new penalties for those breaching home isolation rules as the state prepares for a tough Level 4 business shutdown tomorrow night.
A curfew is already… Read more Audio
New Zealanders are being encouraged to get tested for Covid-19, as daily testing rates are falling well short of the Ministry of Health's own targets.
On Monday 1,608 tests were completed, with a… Read more Video, Audio
There are questions about mental health care for those in managed isolation and quarantine following the sentencing of the first person to flee such a facility today.
Suzanne Marie Derrett was… Read more Audio
It is impossible to tell if the $3 billion Provincial Growth Fund spending is value for taxpayer money, according to the Auditor General.
John Ryan's report released today raises concerns about a… Read more Video, Audio
Monday, 3 August 2020