15:12 The Ministry for Primary Industries has laid animal welfare charges over an investigation into the mistreatment of bobby calves in Waikato.

15:11 More human remains have been found washed up on a South Canterbury beach after the discovery yesterday of a leg in a boot.

14:40 Police are currently attending a second incident near the rear of Parliament. The area has been cordoned off.

14:40 Twelve new double-decker buses are set to hit Auckland roads, which will increase capacity by 15% and will be equipped with USB chargers.

14:36 As Auckland scrambles to build thousands of new houses, there are concerns some are being rushed through using shoddy building materials.

Wed, 12 Sep 2012

Tuhoe deal will be "momentus" but only once the fine detail's been sorted

Professor of Indigenous Studies at AUT Rawiri Taonui tells RadioLIVE's Marcus Lush that the deal struck between the Crown and Tuhoe is a good one but Tuhoe people will take some convincing. 12 September, 2012

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