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Radio New Zealand - All Programmes


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Hurricanes eye up Chiefs in Super Rugby semi  

The Hurricanes are just one win away from hosting the Super Rugby final for the second time in two years.

Len Lye Centre smashes visitor expectations  

The Len Lye Centre in Taranaki has smashed visitor expectations in its first year with 150,000 people coming through the doors, a third more than predicted.

NZ police work to bridge cultural divides  

Despite being racial minorities, Maori and Pacific people make up nearly 70 percent of the country's prison population, raising questions about an unconscious bias within NZ police.

Mangonui vs counil over safety railing  

Mangonui locals in Northland are fuming after the Far North District Council announced a $200,000 plan to build a safety rail on their waterfront boardwalk.

Te Puea marae to close doors from Sunday  

On Sunday, Auckland's Te Puea marae will close its doors to any new arrivals after taking in the city's homeless for almost three months - sparking a media storm and many donations.

Evening business for 29 July 2016  

News from the business sector, including a market report.

Te Waonui a Te Manu Korohi for week ending 31 July 2016  

Our Maori news team with the a weekly wrap up of Maori stories and events, an urgent Waitangi Tribunal hearing into the Department of Corrections, Te Puea Marae closes its doors to the homeless and the National Secondary Schools Kapa Haka competition.

Brides left scrambling after boutique shuts up shop  

Brides-to-be are up in arms after exclusive bridal wear store Primrose and Finch, which has outlets in Melbourne and Auckland, shut up shop without warning, taking thousands in deposits with them.

Whanau and CYF wrangle over two missing children  

The two missing children who walked out of their Tuakau foster home had been in Child Youth and Family care for more than seven months.

Police release video of brutal attack on dairy owner  

Auckland police have released footage of a brutal attack on a dairy owner by a man they believe may have committed nine robberies across the city.

Woman blames long working hours for death  

The woman accused of letting her bed-ridden mother starve to death in her own waste says she was working long hours at work, only to get home to clean up after her mother.

Clinton accepts Democratic Nomination  

A speech by Hillary Clinton closed the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia today, which presented her as someone idealistic, sincere and real.

Rio Olympics  

Do the Olympics have a future?

Lock up the chocolate  

A Melbourne K-Mart is locking up chocolate bars so people dont steal and eat them while they shop.

Organ donor register  

Andy Tookey of Give Life talks about the need for an organ donation register.

Panel says  

What the Panelists Michael Moynahan and James Elliott have been thinking about.

Are you attracted to danger?  

Luke Aikins will jump out of a plane above California with no parachute and free fall 25,000 feet into a net.

The Panel with Michael Moynahan and James Elliott (Part 2)  

Are you attracted to danger? Panel says;Organ donor register;Lock up the chocolate;Rio Olympics.

Democrats' National Convention  

NPR correspondent Karen Kasler talks to us from Philadelphia on the last day of the Democrats' National Convention.

Kevin Rudd  

Australian politicians are conflicted over supporting Kevin Rudd's tilt for the UN Secretary General.

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