17:26 Blessie Gotingco's family wants to know why GPS monitoring by Corrections could not stop a convicted sex offender from killing her.

17:06 The NRL will not investigate the Cowboys over alleged property deals involving chairman and millionaire property developer Laurence Lancini.

16:50 Labour is accusing the Prime Minister of misleading Kiwis over how much the Trans Pacific Partnership deal could cost our health system.

16:49 Canterbury's rugby union says it is closing the net around those responsible for hurling racial abuse at a Fijian player and reducing him to tears.

16:16 Family members of murdered Auckland woman Blessie Gotingco are pleased her killer, Tony Robertson has lost his bid for name suppression.

Thu, 29 Mar 2012

Foreign service restructure will get back on track - McCully

Foreign Minister Murray McCully tells RadioLIVE's Marcus Lush the restructuring of the foreign service will get back on track once the heads of mission - ambassadors and high commissioners come back to Wellington for a meeting next week. 29 March 2012

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