14:50 Hamilton and Tauranga house prices are up over 15% when compared with November last year, according to new QV figures.

14:47 Two frozen yoghurt companies, Yoghurt Story NZ and Frozen Yoghurt, are being prosecuted under the Fair Trading Act over false claims.

14:43 Medical students are welcoming changes to the interest-free student loan study limit, but there are concerns they do not go far enough.

14:40 Police have confirmed that all of those arrested over sexual allegations in Opotiki are either past or current students of Opotiki College.

13:46 Police have released the name of the man who died after a fuel tank exploded in Waikatohe was 60-year-old, Terence James Milne.

Tue, 21 Aug 2012

Dangerous for New Zealand troops to stay closer to their Bamiyan base - former Afghan commander Richard Hall

Former New Zealand Afghan Commander Richard Hall tells RadioLIVE's Marcus Lush restricting New Zealand troops to "safe" missions close to their base would allow the Taleban free reign in MAbiyan - making it even more dangerous for the New Zealand soldiers. 21 August, 2012

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