Check out all the headlines from October 25 with onenews.co.nz.
- Psa-V found in kiwifruit orchard in Kerikeri.
- Former Pike River boss pleads not guilty to 12 charges.
- Official Cash Rate remains unchanged.
- A man has been charged with murder over the death of missing jogger Anne McCullough.
9.48pm: Improvements have been made to the Waitomo Caves turnoff following two deadly crashes at the intersection this year.
8.50pm: Police say they will reassess their undercover operations after a High Court judge found they acted fraudulently in a case involving the Red Devils gang.
8.35pm: OceanaGold is investigating gold mining scenarios at Blackwater, 37 kilometres south of Reefton, after more drilling of the area increased the known extent of mineralisation.
8.19pm: Up to 50 jobs could be axed from an Auckland call centre as Kordia proposes to outsource the centre for its internet provider Orcon to the Philippines .
8.06pm: Unions are promising a fight over the Government's upcoming round of employment law reform, which they have branded "death by a thousand cuts".
7.51pm: Australian officials have apologised for forced adoptions , which took place between the 1950s and 1970s.
7.35pm: The Government is set to offer asylum in New Zealand to around 23 Afghan interpreters working with Kiwi troops in the war-torn country, ONE News has learned.
7pm: More than 200 Spring Creek miners set to lose their jobs will have "no choice" but to leave New Zealand to get work , the union representing them has said.
5.39pm: The New Zealand dollar has risen to a two-week high , climbing to 82.17 US cents as the markets closed.
5.18pm: The water supply has been cut in some of Wellington's western suburbs - including Northland, Wilton, Crofton Downs, Highbury, and Wadestown - after a water main burst on Mairangi Road in Wilton.
5.01pm: Wilhelm Brasse, a former Auschwitz prisoner whose photographs from inside the Nazi death camp provided a chilling historical chronicle of the horrors committed there, has died at the age of 95 .
4.45pm: Ecuador is worried about the health of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and has asked Britain to guarantee him safe passage from its London embassy to hospital if he needs medical treatment.
4.30pm: US President Barack Obama has outlined his second term agenda ahead of an eight-state campaign blitz before the November 6 election.
4.15pm: EU antitrust regulators have warned Microsoft not to deny consumers a choice of rival Web browsers ahead of the release of Windows 8.
3.56pm: New Zealanders are forking out for some of the most expensive iPhone plans in the world , according to a new price comparison analysis.
3.45pm: Web-only video: Simon Dallow brings you the latest news from NZ and around the world. Watch it here.
3.30pm: Business leaders have called on the Government to hurry up and decide future transport arrangements for Cook Strait , but said they fear Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee is diverted by the Christchurch rebuild.
3.15pm: Hurricane Sandy has touched down in Jamaica, battering the Caribbean country with ferocious winds , waves and rain, knocking down trees and power lines as it cuts a path toward Cuba and the Bahamas.
3pm: Australian education academics have claimed that homework is little, if any, use for primary school pupils .
2.45pm: Captain Daniel Braid will become the first player since Eroni Clarke to play 100 games for Auckland when he leads out the team to face Canterbury in the ITM Cup Premiership final on Saturday.
2.40pm: A former confidante of pop star Britney Spears has broken down on the witness stand , saying his villainous portrayal in a book written by the singer's mother triggered a deluge of death threats which drove him into a suicidal depression.
2.30pm: A second man is facing a kidnapping charge in relation to the death of Rae Portman.
2.15pm: Police believe they have recovered the body of a Tauranga man 15 days after he went missing in Tauranga Harbour.
1.46pm: Donald Trump has managed to turn a charitable donation into a threat by offering to pay $US5 million to the charity of President Barack Obama's choice if Obama releases his college and passport records.
1.18pm: Solid Energy has confirmed more than 200 workers at the Spring Creek Mine will lose their jobs.
12.50pm: Antibiotic-resistant bacteria MRSA is moving out of the hospital and into the community, a new report has found.
12.30pm: Felons could account for up to 10% of the roughly 130 million Americans expected to vote in the November 6 election.
12.10pm: One of Auckland's largest property developers has major doubts about the industry's capability to build the scale of housing required to solve the city's housing crisis .
12.09pm: Six people have been arrested over an alleged advertising invoice scam .
11.20am: Australian league stars Paul Gallen and Greg Bird have been confirmed on the card for the 2012 edition of Fight for Life in December.
11.05am: Melissa Stokes brings you the latest news from NZ and around the world.
10.55am: Prince Charles and Camilla have held a palace party for prominent New Zealanders living in the UK. Opera singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa was in attendance.
10.43am: Kiwifruit Vine Health has received a Psa-V positive test result on a vine in an Enza Gold orchard in Kerikeri.
10.25am: The 27 year-old man charged following an alleged hit and run death near New Plymouth has had the manslaughter charges withdrawn and is facing one charge of murder.
10.20am: Former Pike River boss Peter Whittall has pleaded not guilty to all charges over the mine disaster.
9.50am: ONE News reporter Lisa Davies tweets that former Pike River boss Peter Whittall has arrived at the Greymouth District Court.
9.45am: Tony Mundine has quit as Sonny Bill Williams' trainer for the code-crossing superstar's fight in Brisbane next month, according to a Sydney newspaper.
9.00am: New Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler has left the Official Cash Rate (OCR) on hold at 2.5%.
8.53am: The kiwi dollar traded at 81.59 US cents from 81.26 cents at 5pm in Wellington yesterday.
8.40am: Auckland's Dominion Road is set to undergo a $47 million upgrade.
8.05am: Wall Street rises after the Federal Reserve stuck to its stimulus plan in its latest policy statement.
7.41am: The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are hosting a palace party for prominent New Zealanders living in the United Kingdom today.
7.32am: Scotland coach Andy Robinson has named seven uncapped players for the November tests against New Zealand, South Africa and Tonga.
6.31am: Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins says disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong may never admit to taking performance enhancing drugs.
6.28am: Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has confirmed that he will not lead his People of Freedom (PDL) party in next year's Italian election.
6.27am: Peter Whittall is expected to appear in court today over alleged safety failures.
5.57am: Syria says that its military command is still studying a proposal for a holiday ceasefire with rebels.
5.32am: A 27-year-old man is due in court today after an alleged hit-and-run during Labour Weekend.