6:00 AM.NZ construction deaths at highest level in a decade, Donald Trump takes surprise step into North Korea, New youth law brings shake-up for Oranga Tamariki, G20: Australia takes lead on curbing social… Read more Audio
6:06 AM.Hosts England have kept their semi-final hopes alive at the Cricket World Cup and put New Zealand's qualification for the top four on hold. Audio
6:13 AM.Oranga Tamariki is set for a massive shakeup today, with The Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Act coming into full force.
Under the law, the Ministry must provide a practical commitment to… Read more Audio
6:16 AM.It has been 17 years since anyone other than Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal or Andy Murray have been able to take home the Wimbledon Cup.
The most-famous tournament in tennis hits-off… Read more Audio
6:21 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
6:23 AM.News from the rural and farming sector. Audio
6:39 AM.Unions are concerned New Zealand's building and infrastructure boom is causing health and safety to be ignored on construction sites.
Eleven people have died while working in the sector so far this… Read more Audio
6:41 AM.The Greens are encouraging renters to dob in their slack landlords to the Tenancy Tribunal if they haven't properly insulated their properties.
And they're calling for authorities to take a zero… Read more Audio
6:42 AM.New figures show a growing disparity between the numbers of rangatahi Māori (under-18's) and non-Māori being arrested.
Although the total number of youth arrests has fallen - Māori under-18-year-olds… Read more Audio
6:45 AM.Despite a hat-trick from Trent Boult, the Black Caps were beaten by Australia at the weekend, losing by 86 runs.
It's likely we'll still make it to the semi-finals - but before that we play our final… Read more Audio
6:49 AM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
7:06 AM.England's set up a potential semi-final qualifier against New Zealand at the Cricket World Cup. Audio
7:10 AM.The number of workers being killed in the construction industry has hit a ten year high.
Eleven people have died so far this year - that's more than any year since 2009, when 19 lost their lives.
… Read more Audio
7:14 AM.US President Donald Trump has stepped onto North Korean soil during a hastily arranged meeting with Chairman Kim Jong-un.
In total Mr Trump took 20 steps into North Korea, becoming the first serving… Read more Audio
7:19 AM.It's 'D-day' for Oranga Tamariki - with the ministry set for a big shakeup just two years since it was established.
A new law - the Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Legislation Act - comes… Read more Audio
7:23 AM.The Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has convinced world leaders to lobby social media companies to do more to curb the publication of violent content by terrorists.
At the end of the G20… Read more Audio
7:27 AM.Just 16 kilometres of median barrier was installed on roads last year raising questions about the government's ambitious plan to roll out 198km by the middle of 2021.
Associate Transport Minister… Read more Audio
7:35 AM.The ban on single-use plastic shopping bags begins on July 1.
The government says it is a step towards healthier oceans and giving nature a hand.
But the National Party claims a legal loophole makes… Read more Video, Audio
7:41 AM.New figures show a growing disparity between the numbers of rangatahi Māori and non-Māori being arrested.
Although the total number of youth arrests has fallen - Māori under-18 year olds now make up… Read more Audio
7:44 AM.In May, RNZ ran a story about families living on the breadline and their wishlist for the upcoming Budget.
A single working mother from Flaxmere, Benny Hone, wanted the government to provide more… Read more Audio
7:48 AM.England's chances of making the semifinals of the Cricket World Cup are still alive after they beat India by 31 runs overnight.
In reply to England's 338, India ended the match on 306/5.
The BBC's… Read more Audio
8:06 AM.India's refusing to panic after falling to its first defeat of the Cricket World Cup. Audio
8:10 AM.A witness who gave evidence in the trial that convicted Gail Maney for murder says they lied to police after being threatened and harassed.
An affidavit signed by the witness, whose name has been… Read more Audio
8:14 AM.From July 1, landlords can be ordered to pay up to $4000 to their tenants for not providing floor and ceiling insulation where possible.
Last month officials estimated as many as 100,000 properties… Read more Audio
8:18 AM.Workplace construction deaths are at their highest level in at least a decade.
Eleven people have died while working on building sites and while undertaking roadworks so far this year - that's more… Read more Audio
8:23 AM.A lawyer is calling on international leaders to speak out against the US government's treatment of migrant children.
US law professor and child advocate Warren Binford has visited children who are… Read more Audio
8:28 AM.A treasure trove of 7000 records, but not a working turntable to play them on.
That was the dilemma facing Radio Rhema. In this age of digitised music they decided it is time to sell the collection… Read more Audio
8:30 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
8:40 AM.Immigration New Zealand says fraudulent visa applications are on the rise in India, south-east Asia and Eastern Europe.
It says it saw an 88 percent rise in fraud last year and that was likely the… Read more Audio
8:44 AM.The ban on plastic shopping bags begins on July 1.
RNZ reporter Emma Hatton went to Lambton Quay to see how it was… Read more Audio
8:46 AM.A new All Blacks jersey for the Rugby World Cup's just been unveiled.
It's a collaboration between Adidas and legendary Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto.
Adidas country manager, Quentin Bleakley… Read more Audio
8:50 AM.The Waitangi Tribunal has found the Crown has breached the Treaty by failing to give Māori control over a primary health system that works for them.
The Tribunal says Māori health funding is poorly… Read more Audio
8:53 AM.The red and blacks could be without a couple of key All Blacks for next weekend's Super Rugby final against the Jaguares.
No sooner had the reigning champions pipped the Hurricanes 30-26 in a belter… Read more Audio
8:56 AM.A couple who used to suffer from depression is now using their love of cars to help vulnerable young people in South Auckland.
The Suicidal Car Club started in 2016 and it aims to teach people how to… Read more Audio