12:00 PM.Politicians are warned the hard part's yet to come in the Covid-19 fallout. Women's Refuge fears a surge of victims post-lockdown.
Nicola Wright has the news. Read more Audio
12:11 PM.New Zealand's MPs have been warned the worst is yet to come, with regards to the social and mental distress inflicted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
That was the message presented to the Epidemic… Read more Audio
12:17 PM.Invercargill City Council is cutting its staff's wages, and the Public Service Association says that would just punish its lowest paid employees.
From this week, the council's executive leadership… Read more Audio
12:19 PM.An Otago University academic says Air New Zealand could help New Zealand's health sector sort out its outdated IT systems.
One of the problems that's hindered the country's Covid-19 response has… Read more Audio
12:21 PM.The country's biggest bank has reported a sharp fall in first half profit as its costs increased and it put aside more for the negative impact of the looming economic downturn.
Andrew McRae has… Read more Audio
12:28 PM.New Zealand Rugby is facing a massive financial loss as the impacts of the coronavirus hit.
Clay Wilson reports. Read more Audio
12:35 PM.Wool auctions aren't expected to resume until the middle of next month as the exporters here wait for more certainty around market conditions.
Maja Burry has the rural news. Read more Audio
12:42 PM.The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons is concerned indigenous people will suffer worse health outcomes as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
It says Māori, Aboriginal and Torres Strait… Read more Audio
12:45 PM.The Kōhanga Reo National trust is reassuring parents their tamariki aren't missing out, after parents complained that kōhanga reo students received fewer resources for home learning than children at… Read more Audio