8:47 AM.The National Archives building in central Wellington was evacuated yesterday afternoon, despite having been cleared for re-entry just the day before. It joins a growing list of government buildings… Read moreAudio
8:44 AM.The Kiwis will put their Four Nations rugby league title and number one ranking on the line on Monday morning, when they play a world-class Australian side in the tournament final in Liverpool. Audio
8:26 AM.HMNZS Canterbury's commander, Simon Rooke, says regular exercises with other navies has ensured good coordination with the American, Canadian and Australian warships helping with the Kaikoura relief… Read moreAudio
8:20 AM.Steven Joyce says the Government will review its eight-week support package to small businesses affected by the quake as new information comes to hand. He promises the Government will stand behind… Read moreAudio
8:09 AM.Eight houses have been evacuated in Kaikoura after concerns a cliff could fall on them. Nikki McLean was given 10 minutes to get herself, her nine week old baby and her three year old out of her… Read moreAudio
7:45 AM.Kaikoura locals admit a proposed fishing ban would hit them hard in the pocket but agree it's the right move. Half, if not more of all crayfish and paua along the coastline may have perished in Monday… Read moreAudio
7:38 AM.Warships from Australia, Canada and the United States, with about 660 sailors and four helicopters between them are also on hand to help the Canterbury. Major General Tim Gall says bad weather has… Read moreAudio
7:36 AM.Dozens of people have spent the night out of their central Wellington apartments because engineers are concerned a multi-storey carpark on Courtenay place could collapse if there's a big aftershock. Read moreAudio
7:21 AM.Dozens of lakes formed by landslides after Monday's earthquakes are causing major concern. Marlborough Civil Defence controller Richard McNamara says altogether roughly 50,000 to 60,000 landlsips have… Read moreAudio
7:13 AM.Have you got survival items together and an emergency plan for you and your family? Director of Civil Defence and Emergency Management, Sarah Stuart-Black, says there's a high risk of more big quakes.
6:48 AM.A government package to help small businesses affected by Monday's earthquake will help according to one of the groups administering it , Enterprise North Canterbury, which has been through it before.
6:47 AM.A survey of company directors has found nearly half expect their organisation to be impacted by a disruptive change, although only a third believe they have what it takes to meet the digital future. Audio
6:00 AM.Eight properties evacuated in Kaikoura due to risk of rockfall; Civil Defence says to "be prepared" for further quakes; Cliff behind houses undermined by rain; HMNZS Canterbury returns to Kaikoura… Read moreAudio