15:18 At least 80 Auckland homes have been affected by flooding and motorists have been rescued from their vehicles after torrential downpours.

15:18 A crew member on the Air Force Hercule,s forced to make an emergency landing at Whenuapai this morning, says there were no safety concerns.

14:48 After months of delays, Christchurch's convention centre will go ahead but with a new developer. It is now expected to open in late 2019.

14:48 The drum kit used on The Beatles' first single Love Me Do is expected to sell for over $400,000 at auction this week.

14:45 Police Commissioner Mike Bush believes Malcolm Rewa is responsible for the 1992 murder of Auckland woman Susan Burdett.

Wed, 27 Jun 2012

High risk offenders get GPS Tracking bracelets

Satellite tracking of high-risk child sex offenders, released from prison, is expected to start within weeks - Corrections Minister Anne Tolley joined RadioLIVE Drive to tell us more. Tolley said that the government has been trialling the bracelets for years and it is just another tool to monitor high risk offenders.27 June 2012

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