07:12 Federated Farmers is hitting back at environmental lobbyists blaming the farming community for the gastro outbreak in Hastings.

07:11 A deadly blaze has swept through a printing plant in Moscow. 12 people were rescued, 17 migrant workers were killed.

07:09 New Zealand's Red Cross is collecting donations to help fund relief efforts in the aftermath of Italy's earthquake.

07:08 Thirty-three year old Joshua Mason Kite, the man who shot at police in Whangarei on Friday is still on the run this morning.

07:07 It's been a busy night for police in the capital. 15 people were arrested after the All Blacks once again claimed the Bledisloe Cup.

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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