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The most authoritative and comprehensive coverage of local and world events to be found on morning radio happens from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday on RNZ National.

Latest Episodes

Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia

It's Friday so we cross the ditch to Canberra to talk to our correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh.

2 MIN3 d ago
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Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia

Central Dunedin businesses complain over Octogon closure

Central Dunedin businesses are up in arms about cars and buses being banned in the Octagon. The city council is hailing the trial closure of the landmark as a success but retailers say it's left them out of pocket and unsure of their future if any ban becomes permanent. RNZ Otago-Southland reporter Timothy Brown has more.

3 MIN3 d ago
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Central Dunedin businesses complain over Octogon closure

Insight: Can farming survive the push for clean water?

As farmers in many parts of the country struggle with dry conditions, those in areas such as Wairarapa are worried proposed new water regulations could force them to give up farming. A panel is now considering 17,000 submissions on fresh water management proposals that include immediate plans to stop a further decline in water quality and longer term proposals to turn around years of neglect. Philippa Tolley visited a farm east of Masterton to find out more.

3 MIN3 d ago
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Insight: Can farming survive the push for clean water?

Can the Māori Party make a comeback?

The Māori Party says it's got a massive job ahead of it to make a comeback into Parliament, and it won't get in on party votes alone. The party failed to win any seats in the 2017 election and left Parliament - sending shock waves through Maori communities. Now it's fighting for a revival - but with no co-leaders, one candidate and a tight budget - the party has its work cut out for it.

3 MIN3 d ago
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Can the Māori Party make a comeback?

Tauranga shoot out death 'sobering' - resident

A Bethlehem resident says last night's shooting is sobering for the community. One man was fatally wounded by police after a car chase, in connection with the double homicide at McLaren Falls earlier this week. The car was spotted by police on the corner of Bellevue and Otumoetai roads, but when the car didn't pull over, police chased the vehicle down Carmichael Road. Police say the offender leaned out of the window several times and fired shots at the police car while driving. At one stage the man got out of his car and fired directly at officers, before getting back into the car and continuing down the road. Colin Dougherty - who lives on the road and saw the cars drive by - says it all happened very quickly.

1 MIN3 d ago
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Tauranga shoot out death 'sobering' - resident

Market Update for 14 February 2020

A brief update on the movements in the financial sector.

1 MIN3 d ago
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Market Update for 14 February 2020

Ground-breaking Green School opens in Taranaki

A groundbreaking school that puts a green ethos at the centre of its learning is celebrating its opening in Taranaki today. The Green School New Zealand has a focus on sustainability, but it doesn't come cheap with enrolment and tuition fees costing up to $40,000 for some overseas students. RNZ Taranaki Whanganui reporter Robin Martin went to take a look.

3 MIN3 d ago
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Ground-breaking Green School opens in Taranaki

Report calls for debt to income limits, CGT due to housing boom

A new report into New Zealand's shortage of affordable housing calls for debt-to-income limits for high-income households and a capital gains tax. The study says a decades-long boom in property investment has driven up housing and land prices at the expense of families and people's basic need for shelter. Dr Jenny McArthur wrote the report for the Helen Clark Foundation. She speaks to Corin Dann.

6 MIN3 d ago
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Report calls for debt to income limits, CGT due to housing boom

Kainga Ora accused of poaching council staff

An immensely powerful new housing and development agency is already allegedly causing ructions, accused of poaching key staff from local councils. Kainga Ora will combine the state house aims of the defunct Housing New Zealand, with the power to set rates, change bylaws and do its own building consents nationwide. Phil Pennington reports.

4 MIN3 d ago
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Kainga Ora accused of poaching council staff

Tauranga road closed after fatal police shoot out

Tauranga commuters face massive disruption this morning with a main road blocked off following a fatal police shoot out last night. A man is dead after officers tried to stop a car as part of their investigation into the killing of two men on Tuesday. Diversions are in place but people are being are being warned to avoid the area or delay travel. RNZ reporter Andrew McCrae speaks to Susie Ferguson.

2 MIN3 d ago
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Tauranga road closed after fatal police shoot out

Latest Episodes

Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia

It's Friday so we cross the ditch to Canberra to talk to our correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh.

2 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia

Central Dunedin businesses complain over Octogon closure

Central Dunedin businesses are up in arms about cars and buses being banned in the Octagon. The city council is hailing the trial closure of the landmark as a success but retailers say it's left them out of pocket and unsure of their future if any ban becomes permanent. RNZ Otago-Southland reporter Timothy Brown has more.

3 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Central Dunedin businesses complain over Octogon closure

Insight: Can farming survive the push for clean water?

As farmers in many parts of the country struggle with dry conditions, those in areas such as Wairarapa are worried proposed new water regulations could force them to give up farming. A panel is now considering 17,000 submissions on fresh water management proposals that include immediate plans to stop a further decline in water quality and longer term proposals to turn around years of neglect. Philippa Tolley visited a farm east of Masterton to find out more.

3 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Insight: Can farming survive the push for clean water?

Can the Māori Party make a comeback?

The Māori Party says it's got a massive job ahead of it to make a comeback into Parliament, and it won't get in on party votes alone. The party failed to win any seats in the 2017 election and left Parliament - sending shock waves through Maori communities. Now it's fighting for a revival - but with no co-leaders, one candidate and a tight budget - the party has its work cut out for it.

3 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Can the Māori Party make a comeback?

Tauranga shoot out death 'sobering' - resident

A Bethlehem resident says last night's shooting is sobering for the community. One man was fatally wounded by police after a car chase, in connection with the double homicide at McLaren Falls earlier this week. The car was spotted by police on the corner of Bellevue and Otumoetai roads, but when the car didn't pull over, police chased the vehicle down Carmichael Road. Police say the offender leaned out of the window several times and fired shots at the police car while driving. At one stage the man got out of his car and fired directly at officers, before getting back into the car and continuing down the road. Colin Dougherty - who lives on the road and saw the cars drive by - says it all happened very quickly.

1 MIN3 d ago
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Tauranga shoot out death 'sobering' - resident

Market Update for 14 February 2020

A brief update on the movements in the financial sector.

1 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Market Update for 14 February 2020

Ground-breaking Green School opens in Taranaki

A groundbreaking school that puts a green ethos at the centre of its learning is celebrating its opening in Taranaki today. The Green School New Zealand has a focus on sustainability, but it doesn't come cheap with enrolment and tuition fees costing up to $40,000 for some overseas students. RNZ Taranaki Whanganui reporter Robin Martin went to take a look.

3 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Ground-breaking Green School opens in Taranaki

Report calls for debt to income limits, CGT due to housing boom

A new report into New Zealand's shortage of affordable housing calls for debt-to-income limits for high-income households and a capital gains tax. The study says a decades-long boom in property investment has driven up housing and land prices at the expense of families and people's basic need for shelter. Dr Jenny McArthur wrote the report for the Helen Clark Foundation. She speaks to Corin Dann.

6 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Report calls for debt to income limits, CGT due to housing boom

Kainga Ora accused of poaching council staff

An immensely powerful new housing and development agency is already allegedly causing ructions, accused of poaching key staff from local councils. Kainga Ora will combine the state house aims of the defunct Housing New Zealand, with the power to set rates, change bylaws and do its own building consents nationwide. Phil Pennington reports.

4 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Kainga Ora accused of poaching council staff

Tauranga road closed after fatal police shoot out

Tauranga commuters face massive disruption this morning with a main road blocked off following a fatal police shoot out last night. A man is dead after officers tried to stop a car as part of their investigation into the killing of two men on Tuesday. Diversions are in place but people are being are being warned to avoid the area or delay travel. RNZ reporter Andrew McCrae speaks to Susie Ferguson.

2 MIN3 d ago
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Tauranga road closed after fatal police shoot out
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