12:00 PM.New Zealanders' health is declining due to the failure of governments to prioritise physical activity. A shooting in Auckland leaves the community on edge. And an inquiry is launched into the Pasifika… Read more Audio
12:11 PM.Police are still searching for the person who fired shots at an Auckland bar in the early hours of yesterday morning.
No one was injured during the incident at Dr Rudi's, but the glass ceiling of the… Read more Audio
12:13 PM.The Police Acting Area Commander Scott Gemmell, says its concerning some people in Auckland felt it necessary to carry a handgun with them in town.
He said some people had even been found carrying… Read more Audio
12:15 PM.The Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner says the pay gap between Pasifika people and the rest of New Zealand is a persistant and badly understood problem.
The Human Rights Commission has… Read more Audio
12:20 PM.The stock exchange is getting another aged care and retirement village operator on the boards.
Gyles Beckford has te pūrongo pakihi. Read more Audio
12:28 PM.Sergio Perez became the first Mexican Formula One race winner in 50 years and he barely dared to believe it, demanding a pinch to prove it was not just a dream.
Felicity Reid has te pūrongo… Read more Audio
12:35 PM.New research shows nitrogen loads exceed current regulations in nine regions - but on-farm action can reduce the load by more than a third.
Eric Frykberg has mo nga kōrero e pa ana ki te taiwhenua.
12:42 PM.The Salvation Army expects the housing crisis to worsen in the next year.
The social welfare charity has written a post-election briefing to the Housing Minister Megan Woods, citing low interest… Read more Audio
12:45 PM.The designers of a new online map hope it will aid farmers in their attempts to ease pressure on New Zealand's waterways.
The interactive map allows users to see how nitrogen levels have changed in… Read more Audio