6:00 AM.Twenty storage units are on fire as crews work to put out a blaze in East Tamaki.
Landlords say they feel under seige as the Government plans to make it tougher for them to boot out troublesome… Read more Audio
6:06 AM.The All Whites have been beaten 1-0 by Lithuania in their football friendly in Vilnius. Read more Audio
6:09 AM.Renters are dismissing what they call a "predictable" push-back from property investors over a suite of changes meant to make renting fairer and more secure.
Under current law, landlords can kick out… Read more Audio
6:12 AM.The mother of a disabled boy says she will have to mortgage her home so her son can get to school because he's now too old to qualify for government support.
Rachel Lodewyk's 17-year-old son Oliver… Read more Audio
6:16 AM.Hutt City Council is accused of being undemocratic and abusing its powers by making it possible for trees to be cut down to make way for more affordable housing.
The plan - which was approved by a… Read more Audio
6:20 AM.A brief update from the business sector. Read more Audio
6:22 AM.News from the rural and farming sector. Read more Audio
6:41 AM.Up to twenty storage units are still burning in East Tamaki in Auckland.
The fire in the storage unit building started just before 1am, possibly in a parked car next to the building on Harris Road… Read more Audio
6:44 AM.The government says changes to the Residential Tenancies Act will allow renters to make their houses, homes, but landlords aren't having a bar of it.
The new rules include limiting rent rises to once… Read more Audio
6:49 AM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Read more Audio
7:06 AM.New Zealand's Michael Venus and his South African doubles partner Raven Klaasen have finished runners up at the ATP Finals in London. Read more Audio
7:11 AM.Twenty storage units are on fire as crews work to put out a blaze at a two-storey building in East Tamaki in Auckland this morning.
The blaze in a 65 by 15 metre storage unit building, began just… Read more Audio
7:12 AM.Landlords say they feel under seige with the Government planning to make it tougher for them to boot out troublesome tenants.
But the reaction has prompted rolling eyes from renters who say they're… Read more Audio
7:13 AM.Twenty storage units are on fire as crews work to put out a blaze at a two-storey building in East Tamaki in Auckland this morning.
7:20 AM.The government wants to change the rules of the residential tenancy act to help renters, but landlords say it will make their lives harder.
As it stands, landlords can kick out renters on open-ended… Read more Audio
7:21 AM.All people in Samoa are being made to receive measles vaccinations as the government grapples with an epidemic that's claimed at least six lives.
The Samoan Government declared a state of emergency… Read more Audio
7:28 AM.Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, are beginning an official week-long tour of the country on Monday.
Their first official engagement will be the laying a wreath for fallen soldiers… Read more Audio
7:32 AM.While Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall are visiting New Zealand, another royal is in the spotlight.
Prince Andrew has given his first detailed response to allegations by an… Read more Audio
7:40 AM.Demand for help from disabled people and their families has soared with thousands coming foward for the first time.
The Government is spending $24 million over two years on three a new pilot… Read more Audio
7:53 AM.The mayors of the Westland and Grey districts have come out swinging against the government's plans to set aside more of their districts as a significant natural area.
It comes amid concern from… Read more Audio
7:54 AM.Thousands of West Coast residents attended a protest in Greymouth yesterday to share their concerns about what they see as restrictive government policies.
This includes the proposed national policy… Read more Audio
8:06 AM.The New Zealand tennis player Michael Venus concedes they were outplayed in the doubles decider at the ATP Finals in London. Read more Audio
8:10 AM.Landlords across Aotearoa believe they're being unfairly punished by the government's planned changes to the Residential Tenancies Act.
The new rules include limiting rent rises to once every 12… Read more Audio
8:23 AM.A woman whose mother was evicted from her retirement home on Christmas Eve wants better protection for elderly people moving to hospital-level care.
Margaret Brown lived in her Ryman serviced… Read more Audio
8:26 AM.Immigrants waiting for residence visas say they feel in limbo as decision-making timeframes blow out amid political calls for lower immigration numbers.
High pay is now among the reasons why… Read more Audio
8:27 AM.Thousands of farmers, miners, forestry workers and West Coast residents have demanded the Government stop its one-size-fits-all approach to policy.
They rallied in Greymouth yesterday policies… Read more Audio
8:30 AM.A brief update on the movements in the financial sector. Read more Audio
8:35 AM.Thousands of people walked through a section of Auckland's new underground rail tunnels yesterday to get a preview of the city's future public transport network.
The 600 metre walk began at Britomart… Read more Video, Audio
8:40 AM.The Duke of York has "categorically" denied having any sexual contact with a woman who says she was forced to have sex with him when she was 17.
Prince Andrew has given his first detailed interview… Read more Audio
8:44 AM.An Afghani journalist has described the news of children dying from unexploded ordinace as "an extremely disturbing revelation".
The Defence Force says it cleared the Afghanistan firing range where… Read more Audio
8:48 AM.An Auckland man says banks need to do a lot more to stop people falling for cheque deposit scams.
He says he was conned by a man who answered an advert to buy his secondhand car.
And another… Read more Audio
8:52 AM.Actress, director and playwright Nancy Brunning was posthumously awarded the Bruce Mason Playwright Award on Sunday afternoon.
Ms Brunning, who played roles ranging from Nurse Jaki in Shortland… Read more Audio