12:00 PM.New Zealand's economy is bouncing back stronger than expected. The EU plans to let New Zealanders in - but will anyone go? A major power company is found to have meddled with the market.
Nicola… Read more Audio
12:12 PM.New Zealanders can travel to the European Union from tomorrow, when its external borders are reopened to people from select countries.
But the Government is warning anyone who takes up that… Read more Audio
12:15 PM.The Electricity Authority has found that consumers paid about $80 million too much for power at the end of last year.
It found Meridian Energy unnecessarily spilled excess water that it could've… Read more Audio
12:18 PM.The Waitangi Tribunal has found the Marine and Coastal Area Act breaches the Treaty of Waitangi and prejudicially affects Māori.
The law replaced the controversial Foreshore and Seabed Act in 2011… Read more Audio
12:20 PM.The Electricity Authority has found generator, Meridian Energy, manipulated the market by spilling too much water from its South Island dams.
Andrew McRae has business. Read more Audio
12:28 PM.All White Sarpreet Singh says he'll push for more Bayern Munich games next season.
Barry Guy has sport. Read more Audio
12:35 PM.Forest and Bird wants more action, not less, against the Himalayan Tahr in the Southern Alps.
Eric Frykberg has the rural news. Read more Audio
12:44 PM.The head of an iwi-led Covid-19 response hub, says the impact on Māori in Rotorua has been immense and a new project aims to get people back into mahi.
Te Arawa Covid-19 Hub has formed a partnership… Read more Audio
12:47 PM.To Australia's state of Victoria - where cases of Covid-19 are again so high, they're considering going back into lockdown.
A decision on new restrictions - which could include stay-at-home orders in… Read more Audio