6:00 AM.Top stories this morning blustery winds and forcast rain mean no resumption of the search for the two people still missing after the Whakaari/White Island eruption.
We talk to Worksafe about its… Read more Audio
6:06 AM.New Zealand sailors Andy Maloney and Josh Junior top the leaderboard at the Finn Gold Cup in Melbourne after the opening day of racing. 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
6:40 AM.Mana whenua are playing a key role in aftermath of the Whakaari/White Island eruption.
Hundreds gathered at Te Manuka Tutahi Marae yesterday for one minute's silence at 2:11pm - exactly a week since… Read more Audio
6:44 AM.Electoral returns show companies linked to Sir Peter Jackson donated $30,000 to the election campaign of Wellington Mayor Andy Foster.
Mr Foster won the October election by the slimmest of margins… Read more Audio
6:49 AM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Read more Audio
7:06 AM.The Black Caps coach Gary Stead is defending his side's short pitched bowling tactics in the first test loss to Australia. Read more Audio
7:10 AM.The police national dive squad have searched the water around the Bay of Plenty island with no success.
On Morning Report on Monday, Police Commissioner Mike Bush said the navy and police were… Read more Audio
7:13 AM.Police divers were not sure if they would be back in the waters off Whakaari/White Island on Tuesday looking for two bodies still missing after the deadly eruption last week.
The police national dive… Read more Audio
7:23 AM.Searchers have so far been unable to find the two bodies still missing after the eruption on Whakaari/White Island.
The police national dive squad have searched the water around the island with no… Read more Audio
7:38 AM.Pharmac knew for more than two weeks that three deaths had been linked to its epilepsy drug brand switch but didn't tell patients or the public.
The drug buying agency continued with the brand switch… Read more Audio
7:44 AM.WorkSafe may find itself under investigation if it's determined the current inquiries into the Whakaari/White Island eruption can't adequately answer all the questions raised.
Prime Minister Jacinda… Read more Audio
7:53 AM.A former spokesperson for Māori King Tūheitia, Tukoroirangi Morgan, says funding for the king's office from Waikato-Tainui should be restricted to prevent fraud.
In Auckland District Court yesterday… Read more Audio
8:06 AM.The former Hurricanes midfielder Jason O'Halloran is leaving his coaching position in Scotland and is expected to move back down under. Read more Audio
8:10 AM.Building plans signed off by the Christchurch City Council show one of its own structural engineers was involved in the design of a new multistorey building that is unstable.
The eight-storey office… Read more Audio
8:14 AM.The Auckland Regional Fuel Tax is for the chopping block under plans announced by the National Party.
The Opposition has released its Transport and Infrastructure discussion document.
Under the… Read more Audio
8:19 AM.The National Party would drop the government's Regional Fuel Tax if it were to get into government.
It's released it's discussion document on Transport and Infrastructure, which suggests dropping the… Read more Audio
8:26 AM.Housing advocates are crying foul over a government plan to place sensors in up to 2000 state houses, that could track when tenants use power, turn their lights on and off, and how many people they… Read more Audio
8:30 AM.A brief update on the movements in the financial sector. Read more Audio
8:37 AM.Temperatures in Australia are expected to soar this week as fires continue to plague the country.
Forty degrees is expected in South Australia over the next few days, as well as for large parts of… Read more Audio
8:42 AM.An accounting expert has warned that schools are hiding cases of fraud because they don't want to hurt their reputation.
Louise MacKenzie says some schools are dealing with theft themselves and don't… Read more Audio
8:45 AM.A woman who fears she has cancer has been trespassed from the Waikato DHB and is now in the United States trying to get a second opinion on her condition.
Amy Van Wey Lovatt was trespassed in July… Read more Audio
8:51 AM.A victim of New Zealand's largest ponzi scheme says he wants to believe the man responsible is sorry but knows he is a prolific liar.
David Ross was jailed in 2013 for 10 years after the ponzi scheme… Read more Audio
8:56 AM.Santa and Wellington City Council are both keeping a list, although the council's is a bit different.
Instead of who's been naughty and who's been nice, the council has compiled a list of the… Read more Audio