6:00 AM.Top stories this morning... Anger as more cases of young Maori being stopped and photographed by police is revealled The Prime Minister is with us to talklheadline about the Pfizer vaccine A local… Read more Audio
6:09 AM.A vaccinologist says the two-dose Pfizer vaccine has been shown to be about 95 percent effective and ensuring every New Zealander can get it is a very wise move.
The government's has named Pfizer as… Read more Audio
6:12 AM.University tutors and casual lecturers are facing a bleak year as universities cut back their working hours.
The eight universities are trying to save money to make up for the loss of foreign student… Read more Audio
6:14 AM.Visiting seafarers will have better access to internet, toll calls and support services thanks to a funding boost from the government.
A law change will see part of the maritime levy go towards… 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
6:38 AM.Many whānau are angry their young family members have been stopped and photographed by police.
RNZ can now reveal this has happened to rangatahi across the country, after first reporting young Māori… Read more Audio
6:50 AM.The government is being urged to decriminalise cannabis, despite the bid to push forward legalisation narrowly failing last year.
A new poll, which surveyed a 1000 New Zealanders who voted in the… Read more Audio
6:53 AM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
7:09 AM.Police are approaching innocent young people, photographing them, collecting their personal details and then using a phone app to send it all to a national police database.
RNZ first reported on… Read more Audio
7:14 AM.A spokesperson for the police says officers taking photos of youths on the street do so "with the best of intentions".
It has been revealed police have been approaching youths, taking their… Read more Audio
7:21 AM.Opposition MPs and medical experts are backing the government's decision to make Pfizer New Zealand's main Covid-19 vaccine.
It's agreed to purchase an additional 8.5 million doses, bringing the… Read more Audio
7:25 AM.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the government is talking with neighbours in the pacific about which vaccine they will be taking.
The government has completed another bulk purchase of the… Read more Audio
7:39 AM.A person who helped alert police about a threat to attack two Christchurch mosques had previously met the man who was arrested, and recognised him online.
With help from Paparoa - a group that tracks… Read more Audio
7:47 AM.The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle says a member of the British royal family had concerns about her son's skin colour.
In an exclusive interview with American television host, Oprah Winfrey, Meghan… Read more Audio
7:55 AM.A massive double-trailer truck lost half its load on a highway outside Kaikōura because most of the welds holding the refrigerator container on the chassis had snapped.
The accident went publicly… Read more Audio
8:06 AM.Former batsman now India cricket President Sourav Ganguly says the World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand in June will be held in Southampton. Read more Audio
8:09 AM.The Children's Commissioner says there is "cause for real concern" over the practice of police taking photos of young people.
Police are approaching innocent young people, photographing them… Read more Audio
8:18 AM.It looks increasingly likely the New Zealand woman accused of being an Islamic State terrorist will end up back here with her two children, as negotiations continue about their fate.
The 25-year-old… Read more Audio
8:21 AM.Universities are wielding massive cuts to tutoring and casual lecturing jobs.
This on top of the 700 permanent roles universities are shedding to cope with the loss of foreign student fees.
Now… Read more Audio
8:24 AM.Judges have delayed the high-profile trial of a white policeman charged with the murder of George Floyd.
Prosecutors say Derek Chauvin kneeled on Floyd's neck for nearly eight minutes.
The trial was… Read more Audio
8:29 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Read more Audio
8:36 AM.Health experts expect there will be misconceptions to dispel when the Covid-19 vaccination mass rollout begins later this year.
A double-jab for every New Zealander has moved closer to reality with… Read more Audio
8:42 AM.At least three more people have been killed by armed forces in Myanmar on the day when trade unions initiated an indefinite general strike to try and paralyse the economy.
More than 50 people have… Read more Audio
8:50 AM.Italian media are accusing Team New Zealand and local media of arrogance and disrespect ahead of the opening races between Team New Zealand and Luna Rossa later this week.
They say it's a strategy… Read more Audio
8:54 AM.Nearly 200 Kaimanawa horses could be culled this year.
2020's muster to remove the wild horses from the Kaimanawa ranges was cancelled last year due to Covid-19 restrictions, leaving the herd well… Read more Audio