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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.

    Coronavirus: Summer music festivals sold out without lineups

    Coronavirus: Summer music festivals sold out without lineups

    Some of the country's major summer music festivals are nearly sold out, despite organisers being unable to lock in their lineups while the borders remain shut.
    They're exploring homegrown and trans-Tasman artists, crossing their fingers for restrictions on the size of gathering to lift - and touting the role their events could play in boosting domestic tourism.
    RNZ's Katie Todd reports.

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    Coronavirus: Teenage foreign students trapped here

    Coronavirus: Teenage foreign students trapped here

    Schools are caring for thousands of foreign teenagers who came to New Zealand to study and now cannot leave.
    Principals say some international students want to go home, but could not get seats on repatriation flights and about 600 are due to finish their studies in July.
    They say most are happy to stay, but some are worried they won't be able to return home at the end of the year.
    RNZ's education correspondent, John Gerritsen, reports.

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    Wellington trains stopped after earthquake

    Wellington trains stopped after earthquake

    RNZ employee Chris Reid was at Waikanae station when the quake struck.
    But now all the trains have been stopped.
    He speaks to Susie Ferguson.

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    Horowhenua Mayor reacts to earthquake

    Horowhenua Mayor reacts to earthquake

    Horowhenua District Council's mayor Bernie Wanden says the region received a really good shake this morning.
    The 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck just before 8am centred 30 kilometres northwest of Levin.
    Wanden speaks to Susie Ferguson.

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    Calls for Boris Johnson to lay off top aide Dominic Cummings

    Calls for Boris Johnson to lay off top aide Dominic Cummings

    There are calls for the Prime Minister Boris Johnson to sack his top advisor, Dominic Cummings, for travelling cross-country while sick with the coronavirus.
    It follows accusations, which he denies, that he breached lockdown rules by travelling several hundred kilometres to see his parents when he and his wife had coronavirus symptoms.
    Senior government ministers are defending Mr Cummings who was a central figure in both securing Brexit and Mr Johnson's victory at the last election.
    But today there are further alleged breaches of the rules and several normally loyal Conservative MPs are calling for his resignation.
    London correspondent Vincent McAviney speaks to Corin Dann.

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    Levin local reacts to earthquake

    Levin local reacts to earthquake

    A magnitude 5.8 earthquake was felt across the lower North Island on Monday morning.
    Davey Hughes from Swazi Clothing in Levin told our reporter Katie Doyle it's been the biggest quake he's ever felt in the town.
    He spoke to RNZ reporter Katie Doyle about it.

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