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This is where you can tell us about the piece of classical music you’d most love to hear and share with the rest of New Zealand for Labour Day Monday on RNZ Concert.
Two reviews of the Family Court are underway to ensure its judges are up to scratch and victims are happy with how they're being treated.
It comes as a family violence advocate says it is currently… Audio
Two hundred police will be trained to the level of Armed Offenders Squad members as part of a major overhaul of the way police respond to violent offending.
The government and police bosses insist… Video, Audio
Victoria has been struck by a magnitude 5.8 earthquake with tremors being felt across the state, in New South Wales and even as far as Adeleide. Worldwatch's Perlina Lau reports. Audio
On Wednesday morning, Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield acknowledged New Zealand could never return to absolutely zero Covid-19 cases.
On Wednesday authorities reported another 23 cases in… Audio
The lure of a bacon buttie has proved to be a successful way to get people in New Plymouth out for a vaccine.
The city's vaccination centre threw out the appointment book and put on breakfast for… Audio
New Zealand needs to vaccinate five-year-olds and up against Covid-19 if there's any chance of returning to situation normal, that's according to a leading epidemiologist.
Professor Tony Blakely from… Video, Audio
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says a first-stage proof of vaccination will be ready in weeks.
"The first stage is a manual process where you'll be able to download a certificate, and that… Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6273666116001 Video, Audio
The first day of level three has brought back takeaways and click and collect across Auckland. But some businesses in the CBD are keeping their doors shut until level two as the city's workers remain… Video, Audio
The Department of Conservation was told by overseas experts it should euthanise the orca calf, Toa, just days after it became stranded on the rocks in Plimmerton.
But the department instead looked… Audio
As the Covid-19 vaccine rollout ramps up businesses are confused about their legal obligations to staff and customers.
Can they refuse entry to unvaccinated cliental or sack staff who do not want the… Video, Audio
It's game on in Tai Tokerau, where rugby clubs and Māori health providers are teaming up to make Northland the first province with 90 percent of people vaccinated against Covid-19.
A new initiative… Audio
The floodgates have opened and Aucklanders have hit the streets today - with 300,000 people back at work under alert level 3.
Baristas, burger flippers, builders and bikers stepped out today after… Video, Audio
UN speaks out for West Papua's Victor Yeimo; Medivacc from Tahiti Polynesia to France unprecedented; Auckland Covid alert level drop an additional threat to Maori and Pasifika
After a mammoth journey with non-stop flying for more than eight days, flocks of Eastern bar-tailed godwits are finally arriving at the top of the South Island.
The birds have travelled more than… Audio
The Black Caps are on their way home from Dubai after their aborted tour of Pakistan. Audio
The Climate Change Minister has denied he's receiving special treatment in the MIQ system for a trip to Scotland later this year but the Prime Minister has confirmed he's got a spot.
James Shaw plans… Audio
Aucklanders should not expect their favourite cafe or restaurant to be open tomorrow, as previous level 3s have shown it is not worth it for some, the Restaurant Association says.
Just over half of… Audio
A Northland whānau is warning others off a self-proclaimed justice campaigner after he billed them thousands of dollars for providing support and advice for a family member in jail - but delivered… Audio