12:00 PM.Questions remain over how many people in isolation were released early without a test; the land dispute at Ihumātao could be coming to an end.
Nicola Wright has the news. Read more Audio
12:11 PM.The National Party leader, Todd Muller, says New Zealanders deserve to know how many people were allowed out of managed isolation early without being tested.
Two women tested positive after they had… Read more Audio
12:14 PM.The co-founder of the Ihumātao occupation group says they are unlikely to accept a resolution that includes building houses on the whenua.
A decision could be imminent on the disputed land and it's… Read more Audio
12:17 PM.Australia and New Zealand are now outright favourites to be named hosts for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, after their main rivals, Japan, withdrew their bid.
RNZ sports reporter, Barry Guy,.spoke… Read more Audio
12:20 PM.A new survey signals a drop in employee confidence.
Andrew McRae has business. Read more Audio
12:27 PM.Protests have upset English football fans.
Stephen Hewson has sport. Read more Audio
12:35 PM.Hawke's Bay farmers say recent rainfall in the region is a huge relief, but it doesn't spell the end of their struggles.
Maja Burry has the rural news. Read more Audio
12:42 PM.A new employment report reveals that around half of the Māori workforce are in industries threatened by COVID-19.
Produced by the economists BERL and the Ngāi Tahu initiative Tokona Te Raki: Māori… Read more Audio
12:45 PM.Pets on trains are set to become a permanent feature in Auckland, following two successful trials.
Auckland councillor Cathy Casey has been one of the main advocates for the change and spoke to Māni… Read more Audio