11:10 A six-storey building has collapsed under heavy rain and flooding in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, killing at least three people.

11:08 Dunedin fire crews have managed to stop a fire in a Lock Street flat spreading to other units in the block.

10:05 Maori King, Te Arikinui Kiingi Tuheitia has been awarded the Freedom of the City of Hamilton. Only 12 people can hold the honour at any time.

10:05 The Environmental Defence Society is looking at ways to shoot down the latest attempts to derail the proposed Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary.

09:07 Protests have raged outside a Donald Trump rally in California, with a police car smashed and about 20 arrests.

Tue, 25 Sep 2012

Police in the firing line over Kim Dotcom saga?

A Police blunder has lead to the Government finding themselves in the firing line due to illegal spying on Kim Dotcom - RadioLIVE Drive spoke to TV3 Political Editor Duncan Garner and Dr Jim Veitch a lecturer of Security and Intelligence Studies for their thoughts. Garner says that the fault lies with the New Zealand Police who didn't properly investigate and Veitch says on the face of it, it looked like Dotcom was nestled in here - but the law wasn't kept to. 25 SEptember 2012

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