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RNZ's morning news show, featuring comprehensive coverage of local and world events from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday. Presented by Corin Dann with co-host Ingrid Hipkiss to join in April.

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RNZ's morning news show, featuring comprehensive coverage of local and world events from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday. Presented by Corin Dann with co-host Ingrid Hipkiss to join in April.

    Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia

    Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia

    We cross the ditch to Canberra to talk to our correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh.

    • 4 min
    Weekly political panel: 'White cis men' comments, Stuart Nash

    Weekly political panel: 'White cis men' comments, Stuart Nash

    It's time for weekly political panel.
    This week we have the New Zealand Herald's political editor Claire Trevett joining RNZ's political editor Jane Patterson.

    • 10 min
    Bus drivers set to get pay boost

    Bus drivers set to get pay boost

    Bus drivers throughout the country are getting a pay boost, with three regional councils approving increases this week.
    Drivers in Wellington, Christchurch, and Otago - encompassing Dunedin and Queenstown - will all jump to an hourly rate of $30 an hour, with the hope it will attract staff to fill ongoing shortages.
    The Government is pitching in for the increases as part of a $61 million investment into public transport staff retention.
    FIRST Union assistant general secretary Louisa Jones spoke to Corin Dann.
     

    • 2 min
    Market Update for 31 March 2023

    Market Update for 31 March 2023

    Business update for 31 March 2023

    • 1 min
    What is New Zealand's fish of the year?

    What is New Zealand's fish of the year?

    The Oceanic Manta Ray - Te whai rahi - is soaring ahead on the final day of voting for New Zealand's fish of the year, Te Ika o Te Tau. 
    The annual competition is in its third year, celebrating the incredible biodiversity of our freshwater and marine environments. 
    To find out what's swimming into second place, bubbling along into third, and floundering on the bottom.
    Competition organiser and Experiencing Marine Reserves founder Samara Nicholas spoke to Charlotte Cook. 
     

    • 3 min
    New NCEA tests unfair on Māori, Pacific teens - report

    New NCEA tests unfair on Māori, Pacific teens - report

    An independent report says it's likely the design of new NCEA literacy and numeracy tests is unfair on Māori and Pacific teenagers.
    The report says the online tests could be harder for students who don't use computers often, and shows the tests have been devastating for students and teachers in the Cook Islands and Niue.
    The findings follow the most recent trial of the tests in September, when more students passed the writing and maths tests, but fewer pass the reading test.
    Education correspondent John Gerritsen has been looking at the results.
     

    • 4 min

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
90 Ratings

90 Ratings

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The best journalism in NZ

RNZ still remains the benchmark

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Top stories

Top stories are hidden in amongst all the other clips. It would be so great to separate the top stories into its own channel.

jkristalie ,

Why is “today” split into so many parts

I love the segments and topics but it’s a little frustrating that it’s all split up rather than being in a single episode. Maybe I’m missing something.

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