19:10 Al Gillespie from Waikato University says even if our troops weren't involved in training Iraqi troops against ISIS, we'd still be a target.

19:09 A 25-year-old Australian detainee deported to New Zealand has been arrested for burglary, the man picked up in Hamilton at lunch time today.

19:08 Doors open at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau at 11am tomorrow for Jonah Lomu's special memorial service and celebration of his life.

18:17 Your Pet - With Dr Jess Beer

18:01 Crews plan to attack a fast-moving forestry fire in Wairarapa with all they've got come morning. 7 helicopters attacking it from the air now.

Mon, 09 Jul 2012

PM confident Waitangi Tribunal outcome won't interrupt asset sales plans

PM John Key tells RadioLIVE's Marcus Lush that he's confident that a challenge to the asset sales program in the Waitangi Tribunal won't interrupt the partial privatisation of the government owned power companies. 9 July, 2012

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