Summer Report is back for three weeks from Monday 2 January to keep you informed and up to date as we celebrate the great New Zealand summer.
8:55 AM.Speed, drones and lack of lifejackets are everyday headaches the Auckland Harbourmaster has to deal with. Audio
8:53 AM.A court in South Korea has declined to arrest the head of Samsung amdist bribery, embezzlement and perjury accusations. Audio
8:50 AM.Lamingtons and cheese scones are on the morning tea menu today at Scott Base in Antarctica.The celebration is to mark the anniversary of the opening of the base which was 60 years ago today. Audio
8:46 AM.Reigning champion Novak Djokovic has been sensationally knocked out of the Australian Open after a stunning display from the Uzbek player Denis Istomin Audio
8:42 AM.Next week hundreds of people will travels to Ratana Pa, just south of Whanganui to celebrate the church's founder, Tahu-potiki Wiremu Ratana's birthday. Audio
8:38 AM.Tauranga's leaders say the city deserves more recognition after the official population hit 128-thousand last year. Audio
8:35 AM.Pulling a mother and her three daughters from a burning car has led to a highly prestigious award for Bulls man Murray Michie. Audio
8:27 AM.Business for 20 January 2016 Audio
8:25 AM.The lack of female directors in some of New Zealand's largest companies has been described shocking and unacceptable. Audio
8:20 AM.At 6 o'clock tomorrow morning New Zealand time, midday in Washington,, Donald Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States. Audio
8:17 AM.Huge landslides in Arthur's Pass and Otira are unlikely to be cleared until tomorrow leaving dozens of residents and tourists trapped. Audio
8:12 AM.Rescuers are desperately searching for 30 people believed to be in a mountain resort hit by a huge avalanche in central Italy. Audio
Keeping you informed and celebrating the great New Zealand summer.
Edited by Dean Bedford