6:00 AM.A serious rethink of Civil Defence model signalled by Gerry Brownlee, Councillor shocked at Rotorua gang tensions, Bill English backs pressure and sanctions on North Korea, Macron, Le Pen will contest… Read moreAudio
6:10 AM.Polls have just closed in the first round of the French presidential elections. Journalist Peter Allen, who is at an election count in Central Paris, says Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right… Read moreAudio
6:44 AM.Mangakahia Valley farmer Greg Alexander is blaming intensive forestry in Northland for causing major damage to the region's rivers -- he says he's fed up with having to spend a week clearing up each… Read moreAudio
7:12 AM.The Sydney Morning Herald's security correspondent, David Wroe says North Korea literally cannot put a nuclear device on the end of a long range missile. But they might be able to in about five years.
7:34 AM.Centrist Emmanuel Macron looks set to face the far-right leader Marine Le Pen in the second round of the French elections. Christian Malard from i24 News speaks to us from the headquarters of the… Read moreAudio
7:42 AM.The government has announced it plans to spend $53 million on a pavilion so New Zealand businesses can showcase their innovative products and services and develop new export markets, as Catherine… Read moreAudio
7:49 AM.A recent spike in workplace deaths has Worksafe worried and highlights the importance of constant vigilance in the workplace. We speak with Chief Executive Nicole Rosie, who says the recent deaths… Read moreAudio
8:10 AM.Defence Force staff at the commemorations say the Turkish Government is taking the matter seriously and security arrangements are incredibly tight, as our deputy political editor Chris Bramwell… Read moreAudio
8:13 AM.Seven Network Australia's Europe Bureau Chief, Hugh Whitfeld outlines security arrangements ahead of the Gallipoli dawn service. He says tourist numbers are significantly down "The Australians and… Read moreAudio
8:19 AM.Ben Thomas says the 'drums are beating' for Gerry Brownlee to take the Defence portfolio in today's reshuffle, but he has stood aside in the past for the good of the party and could do so again. Audio
8:28 AM.The fundraising drive is on to secure half a million dollars for Ratana Pa to fix its leaky temepara. A Givealittle page has been set up and the church is confident of reaching the target. We speak to… Read moreAudio
8:30 AM.Opponents say the Environmental Protection Authority has bent over backwards to help the applicant TransTasman Resources prove its case at the expense of those opposed to it, as Robin Martin reports.
8:48 AM.Boxing promoter Duco is confident it can find a replacement boxer for Joseph Parker to defend his WBO heavyweight boxing title bout after British boxer Hughie Fury pulled out, due to an injury. Audio