Friday 15 January 2016, with Ian Telfer & Teresa Cowie
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7:00 AM. IS claims responsibility for bombings in Jakarta. Reports Australia will send four more New Zealanders to Christmas Island and aviation security officers threaten to go on strike.
7:08 AM. Islamic State is claiming responsibility for a series of explosions and gun attacks in the Indonesian capital Jakarta.
7:13 AM. RNZ has been told four New Zealanders are among 10 people to be sent to Christmas Island from a Sydney Detention Centre.
7:19 AM. Aviation security officers say they're on the verge of a nationwide strike after being told they're losing an allowance worth more than 2-thousand dollars a year.
7:22 AM. A large fire on Hamilton's main drag has destroyed a restaurant overnight.
7:25 AM. French flair, American power and two Spanish maestros feature in the men's semi finals at the ASB Classic in Auckland.
7:36 AM. With our business editor, Gyles Beckford.
7:43 AM. Police in Tauranga are now investigating just how yesterday's fire on Mount Maunganui started.
7:46 AM. A clothing label designed and produced entirely by migrant and refugee women in Auckland, has gone from selling to friends and family to getting bulk commercial orders.
7:50 AM. Today a story from my trip to the Catlins about a tourist landmark that has put the spotlight on the complexities of Maori land ownership.
7:55 AM. The Oscar nominations are out - the big winners this time are The Revenant with 12 nominations and Mad Max: Fury Road with 10.
8:06 AM. An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
8:14 AM. Travellers plans could be thrown somewhat into chaos in the next few weeks if aviation security staff carry out a threatened strike.
8:18 AM. Back to our story about New Zealand detainees in Australian Detention Centres.
8:22 AM. According to new figures, nearly half of all jobs could be automated within two decades and it's now expected people in the workforce won't just change jobs, but also industries during their lives.
8:28 AM. With our business editor, Gyles Beckford.
8:38 AM. Olympic medal-winning rowing coach Dick Tonks will be back on the waters of Lake Karapiro this week, after reaching a deal with Rowing New Zealand.
8:41 AM. About 300 artists have passed through the doors of the The New Zealand Pacific Studio artist residence since it opened its doors in 2001.
8:48 AM. Chow down on a Big Mac anywhere in Australasia and there's a good chance the cheese in that burger came from the tiny Taranaki township of Eltham
8:54 AM. As well at its amazing scenery and history, the Catlins area at the bottom South-East corner of the country is home to a surprising number of creative people.