12:00 PM.A Wairoa police officer's home was fired upon in what appears a targeted attack against the police. An inquest into the death of a man in police custody begins. Audio
12:17 PM.The campervan and tourism company, Tourism Holdings, says its full year profit will be down because of falling income from vehicle sales in the United States. Audio
12:18 PM.Local exporters remain upbeat and appear to have escaped relatively unscathed from the US-China trade dispute, according to a new survey. Audio
12:20 PM.Fletcher Building is not getting drawn into any debate about costly delays for SkyCity's international convention centre and hotel in Auckland. Audio
12:21 PM.There's the potential for some benefit to retirement village operators in knowing just how many people are prepared to go into debt to fund their residency. Audio
12:22 PM.For the latest from the markets we're joined by Ed Glennie of Hobson Wealth Partners. Audio
12:26 PM.The Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus is tentatively backing Japan joining the Rugby Championship in the future. Audio
12:35 PM.The Minister for the Environment is rejecting the claim that some farmers would get unfair treatment under the Government's proposed Action Plan for Healthy Waterways, which was announced last month.