6:00 AM.The wife of the Erebus DC10 pilot is stunned by an apology from the Prime Minister and Air New Zealand, the measles death toll in Samoa is expected to pass 40 today, Muslims say the mosque attacks… Read more Audio
6:06 AM.Learning he's set to make his test cricket debut hasn't phased allrounder Daryl Mitchell says veteran Black Caps bastman Ross Taylor. Read more Audio
6:14 AM.Transpower says bird droppings are the most likely cause of Wednesday's power cut that took much of Northland off the grid.
A high-voltage circuit breaker on Transpower's network tripped, leaving… Read more Audio
6:16 AM.Porirua-based iwi Ngāti Toa Rangatira has officially become the landlord of more than 900 state homes in the city.
Ngāti Toa's new community housing provider, Te Āhuru Mōwai, has partnered with… 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
6:38 AM.Samoa's school children have skipped important exams and the last few weeks of school as the measles epidemic heightens.
Thirty-nine people are confirmed dead from the highly contagious disease as… Read more Audio
6:41 AM.A charity taxation specialist with thirty years experience in the sector says the regulator has done little more than slap the Hepatitis Foundation with a wet bus ticket.
The foundation spent more… Read more Audio
6:43 AM.A Northland social worker says some whanau are having to live in trees because they can't get housing.
Christiane Rudolph-Anania from Te Ha Oranga says in the last three years that she's been working… Read more Audio
6:49 AM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Read more Audio
7:06 AM.Veteran test batsman Ross Taylor believes the depth of New Zealand cricket is the best it's been in the time he has been in the side. Read more Audio
7:10 AM.The widow of the pilot of the plane that crashed into Mt Erebus 40 years ago says an apology from the Government and Air New Zealand took her completely by surprise.
Maria Collins was at Government… Read more Audio
7:16 AM.The death toll from measles continues to rise in Samoa and now stands at 39 with almost 3000 people infected with the highly contagious disease throughout the country.
All but four of the deaths are… Read more Audio
7:23 AM.The Muslim community wants the proposed second tranche of new gun legislation to stand or fall on its own merits and not using the Christchurch attacks to justify it.
If passed the revised Arms Act… Read more Audio
7:27 AM.Harrowing stories about Northland's housing crisis have been revealed at a Hui in Whanagrei with some people saying they resorted to living in treehouses.
The Minister for Maori Development Nanaia… Read more Audio
7:35 AM.The Hepatitis Foundation has called in the auditors as it pushes back against an investigation that's highly critical of its extravagant spending.
At the same time the Foundation's been put on notice… Read more Audio
7:38 AM.It's been a challenging year for the Labour Party - and members will have a chance to look back on the ups and downs at the annual conference this weekend.
The venue is Whanganui - where party… Read more Audio
7:44 AM.China has warned the US it could take "firm counter-measures" if Washington continues to show support for pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.
The warning came after US President Donald Trump… Read more Audio
7:50 AM.A review of 960 onshore oil and gas wells drilled in New Zealand over the past 150 years has found more than 100 that have been abandoned and not shut down properly.
It's estimated the so-called… Read more Audio
7:55 AM.The past 20 years have been a time of untold riches for New Zealand music and its fans.
To celebrate RNZ have pulled together of the top 21 New Zealand albums of the 21st century.
Over 150 albums… Read more Audio
8:06 AM.Veteran New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has urged under fire England skipper Joe Root to simply trust himself. Read more Audio
8:10 AM.The Education Ministry has dismissed safety concerns about school buses raised by a union.
The Ministry says in a letter to First union it is disappointed that parents across New Zealand have been… Read more Audio
8:15 AM.Protesters occupying Ihumātao are still in the dark about the future of the whenua despite Fletcher Building saying a solution is expected soon.
At the annual meeting yesterday, chair Bruce Hassall… Read more Audio
8:21 AM.More than 300 of Uber's Jump scooters have been pulled off Wellington streets and piled up ready to be scrapped.
The scooters, some broken down and others intact are being sent to a recycling company… Read more Audio
8:23 AM.Auckland Council's latest economic report shows the city's housing affordability has increased by 26 percent - the best in six years.
It says the unitary plan, a surge in industry capacity, income… Read more Audio
8:26 AM.The Māori Council has advocated for the rights of Māori for more than 50 years, but it's now facing tough questions about its role and relevance today.
It was created under the Māori Community… Read more Audio
8:30 AM.A brief update on the movements in the financial sector. Read more Audio
8:34 AM.The Black Caps head to Seddon Park in Hamilton on Friday with a one-nil lead in their two test series against England.
The English cricket team have rallied around fast bowler Jofra Archer who was… Read more Audio
8:40 AM.Students from an Auckland primary school are fed up they're missing out on the bountiful and unspoilt North Shore beaches enjoyed by locals just one generation ago.
With the help of teachers, year… Read more Audio
8:45 AM.The Tuia 250 Voyage flotilla will arrive in the capital this afternoon, performing a sail-by around Wellington Harbour between one and three o'clock.
The commemorative voyage has been travelling… Read more Audio
8:55 AM.It's Friday so we cross the ditch to Canberra to talk to our correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh. Audio