Friday 16 January 2015, with Ian Telfer & Teresa Cowie
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
7:00 AM. Kea Petroleum closes its Taranaki oil field, blaming lower prices and could the death toll in Nigeria be worse than previously estimated.
7:09 AM. Kea Petroleum has decided to shut its Puka Field in Taranaki, because of plummeting oil prices.
7:14 AM. The horrific scale of devastation inflicted by Boko Haram in North Eastern Nigeria last week, has been revealed in shocking satellite images, by the human rights group, Amnesty International.
7:19 AM. New Zealanders are up for three awards in the nominations for the 87th Academy Awards.
7:23 AM. Could the tiny township of Whataroa become the new Hanmer Springs?
7:26 AM. An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
7:33 AM. House sales in December have experienced their strongest showing since 2006, reflecting pent-up demand, falling fixed mortgage rates and population growth in Auckland.
7:34 AM. Xero is signalling it's still very focused on expanding in the United States.
7:35 AM. The key Wall Street stock indicies have continued their downward slide but most European shares have soared after Switzerland ditched its three-year old policy of capping its currency's rise.
7:41 AM. A North Canterbury farmer has sold 14-hundred of his lambs in anticipation of a looming drought.
7:44 AM. Airline pilots are warning of the risks drones pose to the country's airspace.
7:47 AM. The conservation activist group Sea Shepherd is promising to take over the pursuit of three illegal fishing vessels in the Southern Ocean.
7:49 AM. A survey of insured drivers has found most want uninsured drivers and cars off the road.
7:52 AM. Aprons and ostrich feathers don't always spring to mind when thinking about the First World War.
8:09 AM. An oil field in Taranaki may be the first casualty of falling petrol prices.
8:14 AM. Police and fire crews from the East Coast are worried about the occupants of a house that burnt to the ground in Tolaga Bay in the early hours of this morning.
8:16 AM. The rates of rheumatic fever in New Zealand are rising, despite the Government's renewed financial commitment to combating it.
8:23 AM. The Criminal Bar Association says defence lawyers aren't being paid for the extra work created by a new restorative justice law.
8:26 AM. The payments company, Pushpay, says it's easily met its December targets and is on track to grow its customer base by a further 50 percent by the end of March.
8:27 AM. The petrol station operator, Gull, has just opened its 65th site at Forest Hill in Auckland and plans to open another seven this year.
8:28 AM. Most European shares have soared after Switzerland ditched its three-year old policy of capping its currency's rise, although the key Wall Street stock indicies remain firmly in the red, the S&P 500 down half a percent a short while ago.
8:33 AM. Pope Francis has waded into the debate on freedom expression following the massacre at the French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
8:37 AM. It's been a troubled week for the Heineken Open men's tennis tournament, with a number of key players withdrawing.
8:40 AM. The old Foxton Fizz factory in Manawatu holds treasure from not only the companies own heritage, but also the history of the local fizzy drinks from around the country, that all but died out in the 80s and 90s when America's big cola companies came to town.
8:44 AM. This country's largest mainland ecological restoration project has been going for over ten years and is being hailed a success.
8:53 AM. One of Nelson's biggest success stories has passed on the entrepreneurial genes to his daughter.