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    • Nieuws

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.

    Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia

    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.

    • 3 min.
    Cow on the lam in Southland

    Cow on the lam in Southland

    It's a missing persons notice of a very different kind. An Invercargill man has taken out an ad in the Southland Times calling for any sightings of his missing cow.
    The "solid black Heifer", which is described as being "mildly agitated", was in the sale yard when it broke free from its enclosure and made a run for it.
    Runaway cow owner Terry Cairns speaks to Susie Ferguson.

    • 4 min.
    Dairy industry pushing more to try farming

    Dairy industry pushing more to try farming

    The dairy industry is embarking on a push to encourage more people to try farming.
    The industry already needs a thousand jobs but will need even more if the border continues to be closed to migrants, who make up 18 percent of the dairy workforce.
    Kate Pereyra Garcia reports.

    • 2 min.
    Warriors to make long-awaited return to the field

    Warriors to make long-awaited return to the field

    The NRL competition is underway again.
    The Parramatta Eels won against The Brisbane Broncos to last night.
    Tomorrow the Warriors make a long awaited return to the field - having become most Australian rugby league fans' second-favourite team because of their commitment to the NRL during the pandemic.
    Felicity Reid reports.

    • 3 min.
    Government arts funding boost lacks vision - academic

    Government arts funding boost lacks vision - academic

    An Auckland academic has criticised the government's funding boost for the arts, saying it lacks any vision for the future of the sector.
    Yesterday, the Prime Minister unveiled a multi-million dollar package for the industry as part of its post-Covid recovery.
    Peter O'Connor is the director of the Centre for Arts and Social Transformation at Auckland University.

    • 3 min.
    Donald Trump unveils social media executive order

    Donald Trump unveils social media executive order

    US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that could allow US officials to punish social media companies for how they police their content.
    The president was enraged by Twitter adding a fact-check label to two of his tweets this week, where he claimed mail-in voting would lead to extensive voter fraud.
    The president says what Twitter chooses to fact check or ignore is politically motivated.
    Washington correspondent Simon Marks speaks to Susie Ferguson.

    • 5 min.

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