Monday 16 January 2012, with Tim Graham & Susie Ferguson
07:25 Newspapers from the main centres
07:45 News feature
07:50 Summer food and drink
07:55 Science and technology with Peter Griffin
08:25 Weather and sports news
08:33 Regional newspapers
08:37 Things to do: Fishing
08:55 Mark Cubey
Audio from Monday 16 January 2012
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
07:09 Rescue divers are combing the partially submerged Italian ship, the Costa Concordia, trying to find fifteen people still missing two days after the cruise liner hit a submerged rock off the Tuscan island of Giglio.
07:15 Twenty police officers in Whanganui are investigating the death of a two-month old girl, who died on Thursday afternoon as a result of non-accidental head injuries.
Cordons remain at body-in-drain site ( 1′ 31″ )
07:19 Cordons are still in place in central Wellington around the scene where a body was found lodged inside a stormwater drain.
07:21 The biggest fraud case in New Zealand history heads to court today, with five individuals involved with the failed South Canterbury Finance making their first appearance.
Oil explorers to expand on the East Coast ( 2′ 53″ )
07:24 A oil exploration company based in Canada says it plans to start drilling four wells on the East Coast in about four months, as part of efforts to significantly expand operations.
Sports News for 16 January 2012 ( 2′ 40″ )
07:26 An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
07:35 Albatrosses will soon be sending text messages about how they feed their young.
07:38 The police in Iraq say insurgents have detonated bombs around a police building and then stormed it wearing explosive belts.
Farewell to Blanket Man ( 4′ 40″ )
07:43 Wellington is bidding farewell to perhaps its best-known homeless person, known as Blanket Man.
07:48 Two of Nelson's leading grape growers are threatening a revolt over a plan to get ratepayers to pay for a 42 million dollar water storage project, saying it is unaffordable for many farmers.
Home brewing growing in popularity ( 8′ 13″ )
07:52 The 2011 national home brew competition received 420 entries, an increase of about 100 beers from the year before.
France defends its credit downgrade ( 6′ 09″ )
08:09 Several countries in Europe had their creditworthiness downgraded over the weekend as the value of the Euro continues to fall.
08:15 In New Zealand businesses are being advised to be aware of the crisis in Europe, and where possible turn the situation to their advantage.
08:19 Divers are still waiting to survey the sunken stern of the Rena but it's not expected to happen until tomorrow at the earliest.
08:23 As residents leave parts of Christchurch's red zone, and plans are made to demolish entire streets of houses, some who have to abandon their properties are pushing for part of the land to be made into a park.
Weather outlook ( 1′ 28″ )
08:27 Dan Corbett of the Met Service is on the line.
Sports News for 16 January 2012 ( 3′ 03″ )
08:29 An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Business News for 16 January 2012 ( 4′ 47″ )
08:33 News from the business sector including a market report.
08:38 Water safety officials say a horror weekend of two drownings and two missing swimmers were all preventable incidents and that a lack of strong water skills and planning is to blame.
08:41 The Australian cricket team has again trounced India, winning the third test match in Perth by an innings and 37 runs.
08:46 During the warmer months in Tauranga, women take to yachts and go sailing around the harbour.
Summer madness with Mark Cubey ( 2′ 27″ )
08:57 Now summer madness with Mark Cubey.