6:00 AM.The Christchurch mosque gunman is the only white supremacist on New Zealand's terror list, two years after the massacre, The Corrections Minister takes aim at his department, after accusations of… Read more Audio
6:09 AM.The managed isolation booking system is getting about 100 formal complaints each week, five months since it became mandatory to reserve a space in the border hotels.
People still need to book about… Read more Audio
6:12 AM.On Friday, residents in Iceland got an explanation for the thousands of earthquakes that have been shaking them over the past few weeks.
After 800 years lying dormant, a volcano has been spewing out… Read more Audio
6:15 AM.Eleven people who were being investigated by the Maltese journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia, before her murder in 2017, have appeared in court in Valletta.
Among those charged with money laundering… 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
6:37 AM.Only one white supremacist has been designated as a terrorist entity in New Zealand, two years on from the Christchurch mosque attacks.
The terrorist responsible for the mass shooting was added to… Read more Audio
6:39 AM.The Corrections Minister says change is on the way, as part of the fallout from a court case in which allegations of mistreatment at Auckland Women's Prison were made.
The judge took them seriously… Read more Audio
6:49 AM.The Treaty Negotiations Minister says there's no way a Taihape farm set aside for a settlement can be returned right now to the community.
Taihape locals pitched in 30 years ago to set up the 13… Read more Audio
6:53 AM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
7:09 AM.Only one white supremacist has been designated as a terrorist in New Zealand, two years on from the Christchurch mosque attacks.
The terrorist responsible for the mass shooting was added to the list… Read more Audio
7:15 AM.The Corrections Minister is taking aim at his department, over its failure to answer, in court, accusations of "brutal and inhumane" treatment of inmates at Auckland Women's prison.
The claims were… Read more Audio
7:20 AM.Corrections Minister Kelvin Davis is taking aim at his department, over its failure to answer, in court, accusations of "cruel and inhumane" treatment of inmates at Auckland Women's prison.
The… Read more Audio
7:25 AM.Five months since it became mandatory to reserve a space in managed isolation, the booking system is getting about 100 formal complaints every week.
MIQ management is now considering a wait-list for… Read more Audio
7:38 AM.A revolt is escalating over how the Transport Agency regulates the country's engineers who keep trucks safe.
The whole truck certifying industry has now weighed in behind a complaint that claims the… Read more Audio
7:45 AM.A stoush over schools' ability to refuse to enrol violent children is taking a new turn.
The Principals Federation says it now has legal advice that suggests schools can refuse Education Ministry… Read more Audio
7:50 AM.Three separate investigations have been launched into yesterday's jetboat crash on the Shotover River.
Five people - including the driver - were air-lifted to Lakes Hospital, where one still remains… Read more Audio
7:54 AM.A Taranaki flight nurse has clocked up 1000 patient transfers in quick time.
Hamish Hardy has reached the milestone in just five busy years aboard the Taranaki Air Ambulance. A former patient says… Read more Audio
8:06 AM.Queenstown skier Alice Robinson has ended her season in style, winning the women's giant slalom world cup finals in Switzerland. Audio
8:10 AM.Corrections Minister Kelvin Davis is taking aim at his department, over its failure to answer in court accusations of "brutal and inhumane" treatment of inmates at Auckland Women's prison.
Otago… Read more Audio
8:18 AM.Major flooding across New South Wales and Queensland have forced thousands of people to evacuate their homes.
The torrential and unrelenting rain across the two states has lead to road closures… Read more Audio
8:21 AM.New Zealanders' understanding of Islam needs to change - and a travelling Muslim group is working to help that.
The Meet a Muslim campaign has hit the road - and they're visiting all the main… Read more Audio
8:25 AM.An asteroid - predicted to be the largest this year - has just passed our planet.
Asteroid 2001 FO32 is speeding across the night sky and reached its closest point to Earth around 5 o'clock this… Read more Audio
8:29 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
8:39 AM.The Covid-19 pandemic has sparked a wave of serious eating disorders in New Zealand.
Last year, the number of people admitted to hospital with severe physical consequences of the mental illnesses… Read more Audio
8:43 AM.The researcher behind a study showing potentially harmful levels of nitrates in drinking water, is planning further work that will establish if there is a link with rates of bowel cancer.
It will… Read more Audio
8:47 AM.A tiny North Canterbury town is hoping to attract families back to its community through an affordable housing scheme.
Waiau, which is 30 kilometres east of Hanmer Springs, lost a third of its… Read more Audio
8:54 AM.Canada is one of the world's top oil producers and one of the highest emitters of greenhouse gases on a per capita basis.
Members from its main opposition Conservative Party have voted down a… Read more Audio
8:57 AM.A volcano on the Reykjanes Peninsula erupted on Friday after thousands of small earthquakes in recent weeks.
Sigrun Hreinsdottir is from Iceland and has previously studied the area in which the… Read more Audio