12:00 PM.House prices break records, again. Auckland job listings fall in second lockdown. And privacy concerns are raised over Government efforts to access encrypted data.
Nicola Wright has the news. Read more Audio
12:11 PM.House prices are continuing to break records across the country, with the median now selling for 685-thousand dollars.
The Real Estate Institute's monthly report shows nine regions recorded new… Read more Audio
12:14 PM.The leaders of the National and Labour parties have been campaigning in battleground Wellington seats this morning, as we draw closer to election day.
Judith Collins and Jacinda Ardern were both… Read more Audio
12:16 PM.The Privacy Commissioner says it will be difficult - if not impossible - for tech companies to allow Governments to access encrytped data without comprmising the security of their entire systems.
New… Read more Audio
12:20 PM.The housing market remains fired up, with no signs it will cool off any time soon.
Gyles Beckford has te pūrongo pakihi. Read more Audio
12:28 PM.The All Blacks are back where they feel most at home for the second Bledisloe Cup test.
Stephen Hewson has te pūrongo hakinakina. Read more Audio
12:35 PM.Fruit and vegetables could be in short supply this summer.
Eric Fykberg has nga korero e pa ana ki te taiwhenua. Read more Audio
12:42 PM.A legal challenge to Otago University's medical school admissions process - which prioritises Māori and other groups in order to create a more diverse health workforce - has now been dropped.
The… Read more Audio
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12:44 PM.The number of job listings on the website TradeMe fell dramatically in Auckland during the September quarter, showing the impact of the city's second lockdown.
Auckland City recorded a 41 percent… Read more Audio