6:13 AM.A group of Eastern Bay of Plenty mental health professionals will be offering free counselling sessions around the one year anniversary of the Whakaari/White Island eruption.
Clinical psychologist… 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.Witnesses to the horrific Christchurch terror attacks will only be given the Royal Commission findings just hours before they are publicly released tomorrow.
That's in contrast to the bereaved and… Read more Audio
6:41 AM.An American scientist who warned against tourists going onto Whakaari/White Island years before it exploded is hesistant about allowing people to go back.
In 2012, Erik Klemetti - an associate… Read more Audio
6:44 AM.A lead researcher into homophobic behaviour in sport says there are simple ways to make a big difference.
Research by Melbourne's Monash University has found nearly half of New Zealand's young male… Read more Audio
6:49 AM.Time is running out for the UK to secure a Brexit deal before it leaves the European Union on 31 December 31.
After talks were called to a halt on Friday, Britain's chief negotiator is in Brussels… Read more Audio
6:53 AM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Read more Audio
7:10 AM.Rural schools that are hard to staff are finding it harder than ever to recruit enough teachers for next year.
Principals say it's already difficult to attract New Zealand teachers to jobs in the… Read more Audio
7:15 AM.A shooting in the Auckland Viaduct in the early hours of Sunday morning has shaken businesses in the area. After an altercation, a gun was fired.
The glass ceiling above the escalators to Dr Rudi's… Read more Audio
7:19 AM.Witnesses to the horrific Christchurch terror attacks will only be given the Royal Commission findings just hours before they are publicly released on Tuesday.
7:23 AM.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern met with the surviving victims of the Christchurch Mosque Attacks and families at the Nga Hau E Wha National Marae in Christchurch on Sunday.
Those at the meeting… Read more Audio
7:37 AM.'Explore an active volcano!' the brochures advertising trips to Whakaari/White Island said.
It was a 'truly unique and an experience that is not to be missed'. But should tourists have ever been… Read more Audio
7:41 AM.The first plants of New Zealand's largest ever medical cannabis crop are now in the ground.
The plantation on the sun-drenched slopes of Kēkerengū - just north of Kaikōura - will eventually cover the… Read more Audio
7:48 AM.High-tech investigative tools being imported by the police here are attracting controversy overseas.
Many of these are capable of facial recognition, though police say they are not using this on the… Read more Audio
7:53 AM.A Hawke's Bay apple exporter has told the Government an advertising campaign to attract 300 New Zealand workers got more than 200 applications - but only 55 people ended up with jobs.
Those figures… Read more Audio
7:56 AM.Christmas trees, clothing, toys and garden supplies - people are spending up, while stocks start to dwindle.
Retailers say Christmas shoppers are out in force, with many opting to get their… Read more Audio
8:06 AM.Mexican Sergio Perez, in his penultimate race for the Racing Point team and without a drive for next season, took the first win of his Formula One career in an extraordinary Sakhir Grand Prix. Read more Audio
8:11 AM.Families of people who died in the Whakaari/White Island eruption say it has been a battle to get grief counselling following the tragedy.
The government is promising to roll out greater mental… Read more Audio
8:14 AM.They showed up expecting $100,000 falling from the sky - and they got fake money "vouchers" instead.
The PR stunt by The Safety Warehouse on Saturday left people fuming about the company's apparent… Read more Audio
8:20 AM.The Human Rights commission will embark on an inquiry into the pay gap between Pasifika people and the rest of New Zealand.
Pacific workers are, on the whole, New Zealand's lowest-paid workers and… Read more Audio
8:25 AM.Five sunscreens have failed to meet their SPF label claims in the latest round of testing by Consumer New Zealand.
Out of the ten products tested, just half met their SPF claim.
New Zealand has one… Read more Audio
8:28 AM.It's finally going to feel more like summer - MetService is forecasting a scorching week ahead.
The Hawke's Bay, Canterbury and Northland are in for the hottest days, with temperatures forecast to… Read more Audio
8:29 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Read more Audio
8:36 AM.In their first test in nine months, the Black Caps have sealed victory over the West Indies in Hamilton.
The victory margin was the largest by New Zealand over West Indies, surpassing the innings and… Read more Audio
8:42 AM.A sporting goods importer thinks the government should send in the army to fix the delays at the Ports of Auckland.
On Sunday a freighter carrying 1300 containers was diverted to Northport near… Read more Audio
8:48 AM.Scientists have recovered the first significant samples from an asteroid in space.
The Japanese space capsule returned to Earth, landing in Australia after a six year journey.
The rocks could help… Read more Audio
8:52 AM.New Zealand now has its own Official Pest Register to help keep unwanted critters out of the country.
Importers and exporters can use the online database to identify 24,000 vermin.
Peter Thompson is… Read more Audio
8:56 AM.Te Papa has found the original negative of one of the country's most famous photographs.
The black and white image of the "gently smiling" 1930s Labour Prime Minister Michael Joseph Savage was taken… Read more Audio