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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.

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40,000 more New Zealanders to begin screening for bowel cancer.

About 40 thousand more New Zealanders are set to begin receiving potentially life-saving screening for bowel cancer. Twelve thousand of them live in the Whanganui District Health Board area, which will join the national screening programme on Tuesday. Neighbouring MidCentral DHB is likely to follow next month -- setting a halfway milestone for a carefully managed programme that some worry is already stretched. Health Correspondent Karen Brown reports.

3 MIN3 h ago
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40,000 more New Zealanders to begin screening for bowel cancer.

ADHB mental health services unchanged after client's death

The Auckland District Health Board hasn't adopted a coroner's recommendation to improve its mental health services after a psychiatric patient died in Samoa. The recommendation was part of findings into the death of Hans Dalton - who was found in a Tafa'ingata prison cell on Boxing Day 2012. Exactly how he got there remains a mystery after a New Zealand inquest was hampered by Samoan authorities - who refused to hand over official information. Anneke Smith reports.

4 MIN3 h ago
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ADHB mental health services unchanged after client's death

Social media makes only a small difference to mental health

A new study from the Univeristy of Auckland has found that using social media only makes a small difference to a person's mental health compared to other activities like watching TV or playing computer games. Dr Sam Stronge is from the Auckland University School of Psychology.

4 MIN3 h ago
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Social media makes only a small difference to mental health

John Tamihere says leafy suburbs didn't show up for him

The defeated Auckland mayoral contender John Tamihere says he can pin his election failure on white elderly voters in the city's leafier suburbs not voting for him. At the final count he received 81,000 votes to the returning mayor Phil Goff's 180,000. Mr Tamihere has been reflecting on his campaign and spoke with Philippa Tolley.

4 MIN3 h ago
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John Tamihere says leafy suburbs didn't show up for him

Market Update for 21 October 2019

A brief update on the movements in the financial sector

53 s4 h ago
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Market Update for 21 October 2019

RWC: Australia exits, Cheika to follow

The Wallabies exit from the Rugby World Cup will also mean the end of Michael Cheika's five year spell as coach. The frequently controversial 52-year-old was in no mood for questions on his future in the immediate aftermath of his side's crushing 40 points to 16 loss to England on Saturday night. But by yesterday, he said as soon as the Wallabies lost, he knew it would be goodbye from him. Corin Dann spoke with rugby writer and former Wallaby Peter Fitzsimons.

5 MIN4 h ago
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RWC: Australia exits, Cheika to follow

All Blacks to face England in World Cup semifinal

The All Blacks will face England at Yokohama next Saturday for a place in a third consecutive World Cup final, after deating Ireland 46-14 at their quarterfinal at Tokyo Stadium on Saturday. They scored three first-half tries to lead 22-0 at halftime, before adding four tries in the second half. England secured a convincing 40-16 win over Australia in their quarterfinal match in Oita. Our sports correspondent is Hamish Bidwell.

2 MIN4 h ago
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All Blacks to face England in World Cup semifinal

Iraqi man extradited to Australia may return to NZ as a refugee

The Justice Minister Andrew Little says an Iraqi man extradited to Australia WILL be able to return to New Zealand as a refugee if he's found guilty of people smuggling. Maythem Radhi was arrested and charged by Australian Police after arriving in Brisbane on Friday from New Zealand. He's accused of organising a people-smuggling trip on a fishing boat in 2001 in which more than 300 people died. Philippa Tolley spoke to Andrew Little who he says his personal involvement was required by a Supreme Court ruling.

4 MIN4 h ago
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Iraqi man extradited to Australia may return to NZ as a refugee

NZ First to re-think pill testing at festivals

NZ First youth members have managed to get the party to rethink its approach to pill testing. NZ First put the brakes on a plan supported by it's coalition partners to allow drug testing at festivals and other events. But members of Young NZ First were adamant the party should reconsider and delegates at the party's annual conference in Christchurch agreed. Robert Gore is a member of Young NZ First.

5 MIN4 h ago
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NZ First to re-think pill testing at festivals

Sports News for 21 October 2019

Japan coach Jamie Joseph has no complaints after the hosts' Rugby World Cup quarter-final defeat to South Africa.

1 MIN4 h ago
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Sports News for 21 October 2019

Latest Episodes

40,000 more New Zealanders to begin screening for bowel cancer.

About 40 thousand more New Zealanders are set to begin receiving potentially life-saving screening for bowel cancer. Twelve thousand of them live in the Whanganui District Health Board area, which will join the national screening programme on Tuesday. Neighbouring MidCentral DHB is likely to follow next month -- setting a halfway milestone for a carefully managed programme that some worry is already stretched. Health Correspondent Karen Brown reports.

3 MIN3 h ago
Comments
40,000 more New Zealanders to begin screening for bowel cancer.

ADHB mental health services unchanged after client's death

The Auckland District Health Board hasn't adopted a coroner's recommendation to improve its mental health services after a psychiatric patient died in Samoa. The recommendation was part of findings into the death of Hans Dalton - who was found in a Tafa'ingata prison cell on Boxing Day 2012. Exactly how he got there remains a mystery after a New Zealand inquest was hampered by Samoan authorities - who refused to hand over official information. Anneke Smith reports.

4 MIN3 h ago
Comments
ADHB mental health services unchanged after client's death

Social media makes only a small difference to mental health

A new study from the Univeristy of Auckland has found that using social media only makes a small difference to a person's mental health compared to other activities like watching TV or playing computer games. Dr Sam Stronge is from the Auckland University School of Psychology.

4 MIN3 h ago
Comments
Social media makes only a small difference to mental health

John Tamihere says leafy suburbs didn't show up for him

The defeated Auckland mayoral contender John Tamihere says he can pin his election failure on white elderly voters in the city's leafier suburbs not voting for him. At the final count he received 81,000 votes to the returning mayor Phil Goff's 180,000. Mr Tamihere has been reflecting on his campaign and spoke with Philippa Tolley.

4 MIN3 h ago
Comments
John Tamihere says leafy suburbs didn't show up for him

Market Update for 21 October 2019

A brief update on the movements in the financial sector

53 s4 h ago
Comments
Market Update for 21 October 2019

RWC: Australia exits, Cheika to follow

The Wallabies exit from the Rugby World Cup will also mean the end of Michael Cheika's five year spell as coach. The frequently controversial 52-year-old was in no mood for questions on his future in the immediate aftermath of his side's crushing 40 points to 16 loss to England on Saturday night. But by yesterday, he said as soon as the Wallabies lost, he knew it would be goodbye from him. Corin Dann spoke with rugby writer and former Wallaby Peter Fitzsimons.

5 MIN4 h ago
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RWC: Australia exits, Cheika to follow

All Blacks to face England in World Cup semifinal

The All Blacks will face England at Yokohama next Saturday for a place in a third consecutive World Cup final, after deating Ireland 46-14 at their quarterfinal at Tokyo Stadium on Saturday. They scored three first-half tries to lead 22-0 at halftime, before adding four tries in the second half. England secured a convincing 40-16 win over Australia in their quarterfinal match in Oita. Our sports correspondent is Hamish Bidwell.

2 MIN4 h ago
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All Blacks to face England in World Cup semifinal

Iraqi man extradited to Australia may return to NZ as a refugee

The Justice Minister Andrew Little says an Iraqi man extradited to Australia WILL be able to return to New Zealand as a refugee if he's found guilty of people smuggling. Maythem Radhi was arrested and charged by Australian Police after arriving in Brisbane on Friday from New Zealand. He's accused of organising a people-smuggling trip on a fishing boat in 2001 in which more than 300 people died. Philippa Tolley spoke to Andrew Little who he says his personal involvement was required by a Supreme Court ruling.

4 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Iraqi man extradited to Australia may return to NZ as a refugee

NZ First to re-think pill testing at festivals

NZ First youth members have managed to get the party to rethink its approach to pill testing. NZ First put the brakes on a plan supported by it's coalition partners to allow drug testing at festivals and other events. But members of Young NZ First were adamant the party should reconsider and delegates at the party's annual conference in Christchurch agreed. Robert Gore is a member of Young NZ First.

5 MIN4 h ago
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NZ First to re-think pill testing at festivals

Sports News for 21 October 2019

Japan coach Jamie Joseph has no complaints after the hosts' Rugby World Cup quarter-final defeat to South Africa.

1 MIN4 h ago
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Sports News for 21 October 2019