8:46 AM.The Maori Women's Welfare League is disappointed that no Government Ministers have accepted invitations to its National Conference this week; The principal of Te Aute Maori boys college near Napier… Read moreAudio
8:37 AM.An Austrian student has won a David and Goliath battle against Facebook, arguing the company breached his privacy in transferring data to the United States. Herwig Hofmann is Max Schrems lawyer and… Read moreAudio
8:23 AM.A group of doctors and researchers are kicking off a conference in Auckland today with the hope of banning the sale of sugary drinks in New Zealand. Paul Fitzgerald is the general manager of Coca Cola… Read moreAudio
8:19 AM.The government is trumpeting the big gains for exporters from the historic Trans Pacific Partnership. But New Zealand First has opposed to the agreement right from the start. Winston Peters speaks… Read moreAudio
8:11 AM.Students and staff at the University of Otago are on high alert after an anonymous message posted on an online forum on Monday night suggested there would be a shooting at the campus today. Our… Read moreAudio
7:52 AM.AC/DC's former drummer, Phil Rudd, has had his attempts to get a lighter sentence for threatening to kill and possessing drugs rejected. Joining Morning Report is Phil Rudd's lawyer, Craig Tuck. Audio
7:11 AM.A massive search is underway for a 10 year old boy who has been missing in a forest north of Levin for more than a day. Reporter Alex Ashton is at the police search headquarters at the Waitarere Beach… Read moreAudio
6:59 AM.Wall Street is mixed after a report from the International Monetary Fund. The IMF has cut its global growth forecasts for a second time this year, due to weak commodity prices and a slowdown in China.
6:56 AM.A New Zealand business incubator trust is talking to the stock exchange and government officials about setting up social-capital funds, as part of a plan to get wealthy migrants to contribute… Read moreAudio
6:55 AM.The reaching of the Trans-Pacific Partnership is also putting the focus back on the Asian economies that are not involved in the 12 nation deal, most notably the world's second biggest economy, China.
6:51 AM.The New Zealand Institute of Economic Research's latest survey of business opinion for the September quarter was generally greeted as showing the economy in reasonable shape despite a background… Read moreAudio
6:41 AM.While some University of Otago students have been spooked by an anonymous threat to carry out a campus shooting today, the university says it's business as usual this morning. Josie Cochrane is the… Read moreAudio
6:26 AM.The Maori Women's Welfare League is disappointed that no Government Ministers have accepted invitations to its National Conference this week; The principal of Te Aute Maori boys college near Napier… Read moreAudio
6:09 AM.The Police and search and rescuers have been searching all night for a 10-year old boy missing in the Waiterere forest, north of Levin since yesterday. Area Commander, Inspector Sarah Stewart spoke to… Read moreAudio
6:00 AM.Search for missing boy continues overnight, Otago students on edge following shooting threat, Business as usual at University of Otago despite threat, Dairy prices rise at the latest auction, Labour… Read moreAudio