6:00 AM.The US economy contracts by close to 10 percent in the June quarter... new job losses total 1-point-4-million. Donald Trump suggests delaying November's presidential election. National continues to… Read more Audio
6:13 AM.The Tertiary Education Commission wants to cut government subsidies for certificate and diploma courses in tourism and retail by as much as 30 percent next year.
It says both sectors are contracting… 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
6:39 AM.A new political poll has done little to boost National's confidence seven weeks out from an election.
The Opposition has dropped six points to 32 in the 1 News Colmar/Brunton poll, while Labour's… Read more Audio
6:44 AM.A plan to find and vaccinate hundreds of thousands of young New Zealanders who may not have measles immunity is due to be laid out by the government today.
Doctors say if they had acted earlier the… Read more Audio
6:53 AM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Read more Audio
7:09 AM.The United States has reported its worst economic drop on record. as the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic becomes apparent.
The economy contracted 9.5 percent between April and June - an… Read more Audio
7:15 AM.The latest political poll has done little to boost National's confidence just seven weeks out from an election.
The National Party has dropped six points to 32 in the One News Colmar Brunton poll… Read more Audio
7:25 AM.Doctors are increasingly exasperated that unwell New Zealanders are saying no to Covid-19 tests.
Less than 10 percent of New Zealanders have taken the test and for a full month the government's daily… Read more Audio
7:28 AM.Hopes that new infections might be peaking in Melbourne have been dashed by yesterday's monstrous tally of 723 new cases across the state of Victoria.
The city is now three weeks into lockdown, but… Read more Audio
7:36 AM.Pasifika doctors say a measles vaccination campaign is years overdue - and could have prevented last year's epidemic if it had been done on time.
The government is due to announce details of how it… Read more Audio
7:39 AM.The ACT Party was the big winner in last night's Colmar Brunton poll, with 5 percent support - its highest polling in 17 years.
David Seymour is the party's leader.
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7:47 AM.Wellington's future is looking upwards - with high-density, higher-storey buildings being tipped as the solution for its expanding population.
Between 50,000 and 80,000 more people are expected to… Read more Audio
7:52 AM.The head of the Hastings Mongrel Mob chapter is among those giving evidence at an urgent Waitangi Tribunal hearing into the removal of tamariki Māori from their whānau by Oranga Tamariki.
The… Read more Audio
7:59 AM.The largest wind turbines ever erected in New Zealand are beginning to appear on the South Taranaki landscape between Waverley and Patea.
The Waipipi Windfarm covers 700 hectares of coastal farmland… Read more Audio
8:10 AM.The Labour Party could govern alone on the results of a new political poll out yesterday.
In the latest One News Colmar Brunton poll, Labour scored 53 percent support, compared with 32 for the… Read more Audio
8:22 AM.As vacancy signs sprinkle shop windows along Auckland's main street questions are being asked about the city's recovery and what's being done to attract domestic tourists.
With no oversees visitors… Read more Audio
8:25 AM.Health care workers in Waikato are confused and stressed as the District Health Board seems mysteriously to be cutting home care for vulnerable people.
Workers say there's been a lack of… Read more Audio
8:27 AM.Three senior National MPs have made their valedictory speeches in Parliament, looking back at the challenges they faced during their tenure.
Nikki Kaye and Amy Adams were elected into Parliament 12… Read more Audio
8:29 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Read more Audio
8:37 AM.It's a question that has intrigued humanity for centuries.
NASA has launched a new rover to the red planet to take a step towards answering that question. Scientists believe that ancient Mars was… Read more Audio
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8:43 AM.Close to 1 million people visited Milford Sound last year, but that's slowed from a torrent to a trickle as borders have closed.
Covid-19 is just the latest calamity to strike, coming on the back of… Read more Video, Audio
8:51 AM.For six weeks, nearly 90 basketball players, their coaches - and a few hard working physios - have been living together in a central Auckland hotel and completing a hectic schedule of games.
8:52 AM.If you're going to be fighting Werewolves, what better music to get you fired up than some Alien Weaponry?
Two of the reo Māori heavy metal band's songs are being featured in a new video game for… Read more Audio
8:55 AM.It's Friday so we cross the ditch to Canberra to talk to our correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh. Read more Audio