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The "unusually hot and dry weather" has been blamed for Auckland Airport's deteriorating runway.
The airport has completed a review after two recent runway closures which stopped flights from landing… Read more Video, Audio
A Qantas flight with New Zealand and Australian passengers from the Diamond Princess is due to leave Yokohama for Darwin in the coming hours.
Those passengers will then be transported on a chartered… Read more Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Former National MP Jami Lee Ross and three Auckland businessmen have been named as the four charged by the Serious Fraud Office over donations to the National Party.
Yikun Zhang, Shijia Zheng and… Read more Video, Audio
All 157 people who have spent the past 14 days in quarantine at the Whangaparāoa Defence Force base were finally given the green light to go home, after their evacuation from Wuhan.
Two people… Read more Video, Audio
Epsom MP David Seymour is demanding answers from the government over the closure of a major rehabilitation provider in his electorate.
Checkpoint revealed Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation is closing… Read more Video, Audio
It's currently a pub, but soon the Clifton Club Inn will become the home of the Southland Charity Hospital.
The hospital is the dream of late cancer care advocate Blair Vining - and today it became… Read more Video, Audio
The small Far North town of Kaikohe is now facing its second week of level four water restrictions, and with no rain in sight - things are set to stay that way.
It's devastating for the small town… Read more Video, Audio
New Zealanders on the Diamond Princess are being strongly encouraged to take an Australian flight out of Tokyo - or risk being stopped from boarding a commercial flight.
Eleven New Zealanders have… Read more Video, Audio
Hundreds of cyclists have left Parliament as part of a tribute ride for Brent Norriss, who was killed whilst cycling on State Highway Two near Wellington.
The 65-year-old died after he was hit by a… Read more Video, Audio
Christchurch boy-racers are in the sights of the newly deployed police Eagle helicopter that begins patrolling the city's skies from Monday.
The Bell 429 is on loan from Auckland and will be trialed… Read more Video, Audio
Some car enthusiasts will be Holden back the tears after general motors today confirmed production of the classic brand will be coasting to a halt by the end of next year.
About 600 Australian staff… Read more Video, Audio
Sir Elton John has been advised by doctors to move Tuesday night's Auckland concert to Wednesday.
It comes after the pop legend was diagnosed with walking pneumonia, forcing him to pull the plug 16… Read more Video, Audio
Calls tonight for the government to introduce a strict monitoring regime for all under five years old in NZ in the wake of a four-year-old Flaxmere boy being brutally beaten two weeks ago.
The… Read more Video, Audio
The New Zealand government is considering whether to extend border restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus.
Currently any foreigners who have travelled through mainland China are… Read more Video, Audio
The extreme dry spell affecting many parts of the country continues to bite with water restrictions, fire bans and farms becoming brown and barren dust-bowls.
Soil moisture deficits are worsening… Read more Video, Audio
An incredible thinker, a Labour Party stalwart, international diplomat, and a man who cared deeply about the lives of New Zealanders.
They were just some of the tributes for former Prime Minister… Read more Video, Audio
Samoan-born New Zealand boxer Jimmy Peau is being remembered as a gentle giant of the sport.
The Commonwealth Games heavyweight gold medalist - who recently had surgery on a brain tumour - died in… Read more Video, Audio
Tears flowed as the film maker being sued by Sir Robert Jones talked about how denigrated she felt by his column calling for a Māori Gratitude Day.
Renae Maihi has taken the witness stand on day four… Read more Video, Audio
TV chef and restauranteur Sir Des Britten has been described as a Wellington trailblazer - with a unique vibrancy and energy.
He died early on Thursday morning after a battle with cancer, aged 82… Read more Video, Audio
RNZ's chief executive Paul Thompson and board chair Dr Jim Mather faced intense questioning by MPs this morning after a week of controversy.
RNZ announced last week Concert FM would move off FM and… Read more Video, Audio