12:00 PM.Gymnastics NZ apologises after a damning report into the sport's culture, and major changes are coming for planning laws.
Nicola Wright has the news. Read more Audio
12:11 PM.Gymnastics New Zealand has publicly apologised to those who have suffered or been hurt by taking part in the sport, in the wake of an independent review which has highlighted a culture of fear and… Read more Audio
12:14 PM.It could be weeks before exports to China out of two seafood processing facilities begin again.
China has suspended exports from a Sanford factory in Havelock that processes mussels, and a Sealord… Read more Audio
12:18 PM.To the United States now where the Senate trial of Donald Trump's second impeachment is underway.
He's charged with inciting last month's deadly storming of the US Capitol.
Emma Hatton spoke to our… Read more Audio
12:20 PM.The ASB Bank has posted a slight lift in its half year profit as strong lending countered the worst effects of the pandemic.
Gyles Beckford has te pūrongo pakihi. Read more Audio
12:28 PM.A former gymnast hopes the damning review into Gymnastics New Zealand's culture will bring about change at the organisation.
Brenton Vannisselroy has te pūrongo hakinakina. Read more Audio
12:35 PM.Northland farmers are facing a second summer of drought conditions.
Maja Burry has mo ngā korero e pa ana ki te taiwhenua. Read more Audio
12:42 PM.The government will scrap the Resource Management Act and replace it with three new pieces of legislation.
Environment Minister, David Parker, ordered a review last term saying the 30-year-old law… Read more Audio
12:45 PM.The Crown has started calling evidence in the trial of two men accused of murdering at Waikato publican more than 30 years ago.
Forty-three-year-old father-of-two Chris Bush was gunned down during a… Read more Audio
12:54 PM.Five Micronesian countries have signalled they'll be exiting the Pacific Islands Forum - throwing the Pacific's most influential regional body into chaos.
It follows the appointment of a Cook… Read more Audio