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RNZ: Morning Report

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RNZ: Morning Report

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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.

4 MIN2 d ago
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Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia

Dire concerns for youth cricket in NZ

Dire concerns are being raised about the early training ground for future Black Caps. Those involved in youth cricket are frustrated by what they say is a lack of attention from the national body towards the secondary school coaching system. New Zealand Cricket agrees there is a problem, but says they are addressing it. Clay Wilson reports.

4 MIN2 d ago
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Dire concerns for youth cricket in NZ

Beet banger takes home Vegan Society's best plant based sausage

Summer may be a thing of the past especially given the frost most of the country woke up to. But if you'd like to revist warmer times with a nostalgic BBQ in your puffer jacket, hat and gloves or prepare that winter staple of bangers and mash and maybe want to try something new. The Vegan Society has been working its way through plant-based sausages on sale here to find the best on offer. From the 30 entrants from around 20 different companies Grater Goods took home the NZ title. Their award-winning effort? A Beet BBQ Banger. Flip Grater from Grater Goods - a vegan delicatessen and butchery in Sydenham Christchuch, speaks to Susie Ferguson.

3 MIN2 d ago
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Beet banger takes home Vegan Society's best plant based sausage

Why politicians use certain phrases

Hamish Thompson, who runs the consultancy 'Heard vs Herd', says politicians borrow such phrases from their counterparts overseas. Every year he compiles a "vexicon" - a lexicon of vexxing political language. Corin Dann spoke to him and started with the popularity and constant deployment of "that's a great question".

5 MIN2 d ago
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Why politicians use certain phrases

Families still separated by closed border

Despite changes allowing more people to come into the country many couples and families are still stranded on either side of the border. The government has relaxed the rules so partners and children of citizens and residents as well as those with some types of visas are now allowed in. But some don't meet that criteria. Chen Liu reports.

3 MIN2 d ago
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Families still separated by closed border

Markets Update for 7 July 2020

A brief update of movements in the financial sector.

1 MIN2 d ago
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Markets Update for 7 July 2020

Concerns new fishing rules could affect Treaty of Waitangi obligation

At least five North-Island iwi will be severely affected by new restrictions to protect endangered dolphins. The new rules will - from October - extend areas where set-netting and trawling is illegal. There are concerns that could undermine the Crown's obligation to protect Māori fisheries under the Treaty of Waitangi. Te Aniwa Hurihanganui reports.

3 MIN2 d ago
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Concerns new fishing rules could affect Treaty of Waitangi obligation

Analysis: David Clark steps down

Chris Hipkins has picked up the health portfolio alongside his Minister of Education role. Former Health Minister David Clark resigned from the role yesterday after a tumultuous few months. RNZ political editor Jane Patterson speaks to Susie Ferguson.

3 MIN2 d ago
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Analysis: David Clark steps down

Chris Hipkins confident he can juggle Minister of Health and Minister of Education roles

Chris Hipkins, the Minister of Education, is now also the Minister of Health - at least until the September election. He replaces David Clark, who resigned on Wednesday after a tumultuous few months in the role. That leaves Hipkins, if only temporarily, in the unusual position of holding two of the largest ministerial portfolios, including the one most directly involved with dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. Hipkins speaks to Corin Dann.

5 MIN2 d ago
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Chris Hipkins confident he can juggle Minister of Health and Minister of Education roles

David Clark resigns after disastrous few months

After a disastrous few months for Health Minister David Clark, Jacinda Ardern sat down with him late last week and gave him little option but to give up his seat at the Cabinet table. She'd already talked with Education Minister Chris Hipkins about taking over the job. For the second time in just months David Clark offered Ardern his resignation, but this time she accepted it. RNZ political reporter Jo Moir has this story.

4 MIN2 d ago
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David Clark resigns after disastrous few months

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.

4 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia

Dire concerns for youth cricket in NZ

Dire concerns are being raised about the early training ground for future Black Caps. Those involved in youth cricket are frustrated by what they say is a lack of attention from the national body towards the secondary school coaching system. New Zealand Cricket agrees there is a problem, but says they are addressing it. Clay Wilson reports.

4 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Dire concerns for youth cricket in NZ

Beet banger takes home Vegan Society's best plant based sausage

Summer may be a thing of the past especially given the frost most of the country woke up to. But if you'd like to revist warmer times with a nostalgic BBQ in your puffer jacket, hat and gloves or prepare that winter staple of bangers and mash and maybe want to try something new. The Vegan Society has been working its way through plant-based sausages on sale here to find the best on offer. From the 30 entrants from around 20 different companies Grater Goods took home the NZ title. Their award-winning effort? A Beet BBQ Banger. Flip Grater from Grater Goods - a vegan delicatessen and butchery in Sydenham Christchuch, speaks to Susie Ferguson.

3 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Beet banger takes home Vegan Society's best plant based sausage

Why politicians use certain phrases

Hamish Thompson, who runs the consultancy 'Heard vs Herd', says politicians borrow such phrases from their counterparts overseas. Every year he compiles a "vexicon" - a lexicon of vexxing political language. Corin Dann spoke to him and started with the popularity and constant deployment of "that's a great question".

5 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Why politicians use certain phrases

Families still separated by closed border

Despite changes allowing more people to come into the country many couples and families are still stranded on either side of the border. The government has relaxed the rules so partners and children of citizens and residents as well as those with some types of visas are now allowed in. But some don't meet that criteria. Chen Liu reports.

3 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Families still separated by closed border

Markets Update for 7 July 2020

A brief update of movements in the financial sector.

1 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Markets Update for 7 July 2020

Concerns new fishing rules could affect Treaty of Waitangi obligation

At least five North-Island iwi will be severely affected by new restrictions to protect endangered dolphins. The new rules will - from October - extend areas where set-netting and trawling is illegal. There are concerns that could undermine the Crown's obligation to protect Māori fisheries under the Treaty of Waitangi. Te Aniwa Hurihanganui reports.

3 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Concerns new fishing rules could affect Treaty of Waitangi obligation

Analysis: David Clark steps down

Chris Hipkins has picked up the health portfolio alongside his Minister of Education role. Former Health Minister David Clark resigned from the role yesterday after a tumultuous few months. RNZ political editor Jane Patterson speaks to Susie Ferguson.

3 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Analysis: David Clark steps down

Chris Hipkins confident he can juggle Minister of Health and Minister of Education roles

Chris Hipkins, the Minister of Education, is now also the Minister of Health - at least until the September election. He replaces David Clark, who resigned on Wednesday after a tumultuous few months in the role. That leaves Hipkins, if only temporarily, in the unusual position of holding two of the largest ministerial portfolios, including the one most directly involved with dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. Hipkins speaks to Corin Dann.

5 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Chris Hipkins confident he can juggle Minister of Health and Minister of Education roles

David Clark resigns after disastrous few months

After a disastrous few months for Health Minister David Clark, Jacinda Ardern sat down with him late last week and gave him little option but to give up his seat at the Cabinet table. She'd already talked with Education Minister Chris Hipkins about taking over the job. For the second time in just months David Clark offered Ardern his resignation, but this time she accepted it. RNZ political reporter Jo Moir has this story.

4 MIN2 d ago
Comments
David Clark resigns after disastrous few months
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