8:27 AM.The UN's Human Rights Council hears about allegations of human rights abuses in West Papua. The Indonesia government says it's tackling the issue. RNZ International's Johnny Blades looks at both sides… Read moreAudio
8:20 AM.A legal expert thinks New Zealand's first prosecutions for owning and distributing violent Islamic State propaganda will not be the last. That expert, Waikato University law professor, Alexander… Read moreAudio
8:16 AM.An inquiry into the leak of information about restructuring at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has come back to bite top public servant Iain Rennie and prominent consultant Dame Paula… Read moreAudio
8:11 AM.The Australian government says it's doing all it can to help the kidnapped mine workers in Nigeria. But what's the best thing for it to do? We pose those questions to risk consultant Shannon Sedgwick.
7:26 AM.The head of the public service, Iain Rennie, will leave his job under a cloud after a critical report into leak investigation. A former MFAT head tell RNZ he's been disappointed by Mr Rennie's… Read moreAudio
7:22 AM.A critical report into Paula Rebstock's inquiry into a MFAT leak won't be a fatal blow to her continuing to work for the government. Our political reporter Benedict Collins has the story. Audio
6:48 AM.There's another couple of hours voting in Britain in the referendum to decide whether the country stays in theEuropean Union or draws the veil on 40 years of direct involvement in Europe. Audio
6:00 AM.Diplomatic efforts are stepped up to free A New Zealander and three Australians kidnapped in Nigeria. The first New Zealander is convicted for downloading and circulating IS videos, a terrorism expert… Read moreAudio