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.A man has been arrested in relation to the alleged attempted shooting of a police officer yesterday morning in Whangarei.
Northland police arrested the 24-year-old man at an address in the city… Read more Audio
6:40 AM.Business leaders aren't backing National's call for the government to "rein in" the Reserve Bank and insist conditions be put around new funding.
The National Party wants the government to ensure… Read more Audio
6:49 AM.Three Germans have been arrested over last year's Dresden diamond heist.
In November last year suspects forced their way into the Green Vault Museum and got away with at least three sets of early… Read more Audio
6:53 AM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Read more Audio
7:09 AM.The Police Association is calling on the government to hurry up its introduction of firearms register.
It comes after a man was arrested on Tuesday night in relation to a firearms incident in… Read more Audio
7:13 AM.New Zealand will sell itself as a tourism destination for the wealthy when our borders re-open.
That was the message from Stuart Nash to industry leaders at the Tourism Summit Aotearoa in Wellington… Read more Audio
7:23 AM.Quake-hit homeowners in Christchurch are a step closer to legal action that could cost the government hundreds of millions of dollars.
A Supreme Court ruling has paved the way for a massive legal… Read more Audio
7:28 AM.It's been a bitter wrangle that's gone on for years but after a heated public hearing yesterday national memorial for the Mount Erebus crash will be built in Dove-Myer Robinson Park in Parnell.
It… Read more Audio
7:38 AM.New Zealand has just recorded its lowest-ever fertility rate.
The latest quarterly data from Statistics New Zealand shows the ratio of births to the number of women of child-bearing age is now 1.63.
7:41 AM.More than a week after the Napier floods some central city businesses are still struggling with the clean-up, not helped by layers of contaminated silt drying on the streets.
The dust is likely to… Read more Audio
7:45 AM.An Auckland paediatrician is relieved that a promising new coronavirus vaccine will be tested on teens and children.
There are two vaccine candidates now offering hope, one made by Pfizer and the… Read more Audio
7:50 AM.The National Party says the Reserve Bank's plan to pour $28 billion into the financial system needs to be rethought.
The Opposition finance spokesperson, Andrew Bayly, has argued that the money will… Read more Audio
8:06 AM.All Blacks captain Sam Cane has defended coach Ian Foster who has come under fire following their loss to Argentina at the weekend. Read more Audio
8:10 AM.Porirua and Lower Hutt residents say they are living in fear amid a surge in crime.
They say incidents of robbery, burglary and assault have suddenly shot up in recent weeks - leaving local leaders… Read more Audio
8:14 AM.A woman who lost her father in the Mt Erebus crash is happy there will finally be a memorial to remember those who lost their lives.
The Waitemata Local Board has given landowner consent for a… Read more Audio
8:25 AM.Having spent much of the year shedding staff - the tourism and hospitality industry is on the lookout for workers again but it's not proving easy to fill vacancies.
A Tourism Industry Aotearoa survey… Read more Audio
8:28 AM.The National Party says the government should rein in the Reserve Bank's plans to funnel $28 billion dollars into the financial system.
Their argument is that much of that money will likely benefit… Read more Audio
8:29 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Read more Audio
8:40 AM.Pregnant and breastfeeding women have been asked to leave an area where an out-of-control fire has been burning for months.
The fire, at a landfill site in Pukemiro west of Huntly, has been burning… Read more Audio
8:47 AM.A week from now, the country's MPs will be sworn into Parliament, but some are less than thrilled about pledging allegiance to the Queen.
They want the oath to acknowledge te Tiriti o Waitangi, but… Read more Audio
8:50 AM.Rino Tirikatene and Willow-Jean Prime will lead the largest Labour Māori Caucus in New Zealand history this parliamentary term.
They were unanimously elected yesterday, replacing Willie Jackson and… Read more Audio
8:54 AM.The headline act is sold out but there's plenty more to tempt at the Wellington jazz festival that begins today and runs until Sunday.
Tickets have been snapped up for West Auckland rapper and hip… Read more Audio
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