6:00 AM.Covid-19 delays leave hundreds of women in pain and distress as they wait for endometriosis treatments. Officials sat on knowledge Auckland Harbour Bridge maintenance was contaminating land close to… Read more Audio
6:10 AM.The Transport Agency knew that Auckland Harbour Bridge operations had contaminated land next to houses at above permitted levels, but decided not to tell local people.
It found high and rising levels… Read more Audio
6:13 AM.The Green Party is promising to push further and faster on waste management if it is part of the next government.
Labour unveiled its waste policy at the weekend, which is largely a recommitment to… Read more Audio
6:17 AM.Principals are worried by the prospect of more frequent visits from the Education Review Office.
The office is introducing a new style of review, where its staff will visit schools every year, rather… 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.People with the potentially debilitating condition endometriosis are begging for urgent treatment as they remain in pain and distress after Covid-19 delays.
The organisation Endometriosis NZ says it… Read more Audio
6:42 AM.The weekend of wild weather has continued, with warnings for strong winds and snow in place for parts of the country.
Neil Walker is from the transport agency Waka Kotahi.
He speaks to Corin Dann. Read more Audio
6:47 AM.A man with dyslexia who failed a screening test to get into the police claims the Human Rights Commission was dismissive and insulting when he asked for advice.
When he inquired about police training… Read more Audio
6:50 AM.A South Island tetraplegic fears he will be confined to his bed, unfed and unwashed from today when the Ministry of Health cuts off funding from his carers.
The Ministry says the man has failed to… Read more Audio
6:53 AM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Read more Audio
7:09 AM.Hundreds of women and girls in pain and distress say they haven't been able to get treatment for endometriosis since Covid-19 hit.
Endometriosis NZ says it was contacted by 568 women during the first… Read more Audio
7:14 AM.The Transport Agency knew that maintenance on Auckland Harbour Bridge had contaminated land next to houses but decided not to tell local people.
It found high and rising levels of lead, zinc and a… Read more Audio
7:20 AM.The British Metropolitan Police Chief, Cressida Dick, has remembered New Zealand born Matiu Ratana as an extraordinary policeman.
During a wreath laying ceremony at Police Memorial day she… Read more Audio
7:24 AM.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she's not entertaining the prospect of governing alone, despite the fact a new poll shows she could have the support to do it.
The latest poll from Newshub-Reid… Read more Audio
7:38 AM.It was a weekend of wild weather and it doesn't show signs of letting up.
Nava Fedaeff is a meteorologist at NIWA.
She speaks to Corin Dann. Read more Audio
7:42 AM.Immigration says three German yachties showed "a blatant disregard" for the country's laws when they sailed to New Zealand despite having their border application declined.
They had applied for a… Read more Audio
7:45 AM.Work is going on behind the scenes to progress plans for privately run pay-as-you go managed isolation hotels, with Auckland's economic development agency taking the lead.
Auckland Tourism Events and… Read more Audio
7:50 AM.A man with dyslexia who failed a screening test to get into the police claims the Human Rights Commission was dismissive and insulting when he asked for advice.
Some people working with dyslexics say… Read more Audio
7:56 AM.A democratic senator has branded Trump's nominee for Supreme Court Judge as ""a dagger aimed at the heart of health care protection Americans need and so desperately want".
President Trump has… Read more Audio
8:00 AM.A group of protesters have blockaded an open cast coal mine.
Extinction Rebellion arrived at Canterbury Coal mine early this morning, near the town of Coalgate, about an hour west of Christchurch.
… Read more Audio
8:11 AM.It's a little under three weeks until election day, and a Newshub-Reid Research poll released last night showed Labour could govern alone.
But Labour leader Jacinda Ardern is not banking on a… Read more Audio
8:16 AM.It's three weeks until election day, and a Newshub-Reid Research poll released last night showed Labour could govern alone.
However, Labour leader Jacinda Ardern is not banking on a majority, because… Read more Audio
8:21 AM.Members of the East Grinstead Rugby Football Club have paid tribute to London Met Police officer, Matiu Ratana - known as Matt to his friends, who was a role model to many as their coach.
On Friday… Read more Audio
8:29 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Read more Audio
8:30 AM.Police thought about charging organisers of the Black Lives Matter marches in June because Covid-19 restrictions weren't followed.
A subsequent briefing to the police minister said the consideration… Read more Audio
8:41 AM.Small electric planes could be flying passengers around the country before the end of the decade.
Swedish company Heart Aerospace says its 19 seat, ES-19 aircraft will be ready for commercial flights… Read more Audio
8:42 AM.The fortunes of ACT leader David Seymour are firmly on the rise.
The Epsom MP has spent the last six years in a caucus of one, but if polling pans out he could pull as many as eight friends into the… Read more Video, Audio
8:47 AM.Principals are worried by the prospect of more frequent visits from the Education Review Office.
8:50 AM.The Ranfurly Shield didn't linger long in Taranaki.
Just over a week after ripping it from the grasp of Canterbury, the Taranki Bulls have surrendered the log o' wood to Otago.
About 4000 spectators… Read more Audio
8:54 AM.New Zealand mixed martial artist Israel Adesanya lived up to his world champion status yesterday.
The reigning Halberg Sportsman of the Year convincingly defeated his latest challenger - sweeping… Read more Audio
8:59 AM.A migrating bird species is blasting towards New Zealand at record speeds, with strong tailwinds propelling them along.
Godwits or Kuaka are on their 11500 kilometre migration from Alaska to New… Read more Audio