12:00 PM.New Zealand has suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong; New government funding to help people get out of debt; Water experts warn of the nation-wide risks posed by septic tanks. Audio
12:12 PM.An international law professor says New Zealand needs to watch China's response after suspending its extradition treaty with Hong Kong.
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters made the announcement… Read more Audio
12:13 PM.New government funding will help New Zealanders get out of debt in the wake of Covid-19.
In late May, the Commission for Financial Capability found that 40 percent of households are now at risk of… Read more Audio
12:17 PM.Wellington Water is cautioning it will have to impose regular water restrictions, or spend hundreds of millions upgrading the network, unless the region cuts its water use.
A Wellington Water report… Read more Audio
12:20 PM.The Court of Appeal hears arguments for Dame Jenny Shipley to pay more for the collapse of Mainzeal Construction. Audio
12:28 PM.The Super Rugby injury toll worries the players association. Audio
12:35 PM.Moves to stop migrant exploitation are being welcomed by the viticulture and horticulture industries. Audio
12:44 PM.Water experts are warning that so little is known about the status of the country's 270-thousand or so septic tanks that they could be a major health risk.
Today, two Northland communities told RNZ's… Read more Audio
12:46 PM.Thousands are set to benefit from a collective of Māori health providers rolling out an indigenous approach to mental health and addictions services.
There have been consistent calls for increased… Read more Audio