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Solicitor Alexandra Morrisey ditched her office job, linked up with her best friend Victoria Sala and, with a baby on the way, set up a veggie box business using the time-efficient no-dig method. They've dumpster-dived and upcycled to create their small market garden and packing shed on the outskirts of Masterton, building soil from sheep dags and …
 
This week's critter is a super rare fungus that attacks giant weta. It kills and covers its host with a white mould, producing little beige-capped mushrooms when it's ready to spread its spores. It's only been seen a handful of times and might be more threatened than the weta it feeds on!
 
The former All Black Waka Nathan has died, aged 81, after a long illness. He played 23 times for the All Blacks including 14 Tests, winning acclaim as one of the great loose forwards. Māni Dunlop speaks to former All Black's captain Sir Wayne "Buck" Shelford.
 
One of the most anticipated events for our Rangatahi Māori - the Ngā Manu Korero speech competition took place this week - with young Māori covering issues such as reo revitalisation and land rights. For the first time in its history it's being held completely online because of Covid-19 restrictions. There are four categories - senior english, te r…
 
Modelling showing as many as 7,000 New Zealanders could die if we dropped most Covid restrictions when only 80 percent of the population is vaccinated, has been criticised as fearmongering. But one of the authors of the report Professor Shaun Hendy says it's important to discuss the potential for severe consequences if restrictions are lifted. Paci…
 
The government's sharpening the safety rules governing the adventure tourism sector following the deadly 2019 eruption on Whakaari, when 25 people were injured and 22 died. RNZ reporter Sarah Robson talks to Māni Dunlop about what's being proposed.
 
A man has been charged with murdering and sexually violating Lena Zhang Harrap, 27, who was found dead in the Auckland suburb of Mt Albert on Wednesday afternoon. The police said the 31-year old would be appearing in the Auckland District Court today. Māni Dunlop spoke to RNZ reporter Jordan Bond who was at the Court.…
 
Sam previews this weekend's All Blacks v Springboks, more on the America's Cup palava, the ramifications from the Black Caps abandoning their Pakistan tour, and tonight is the series decider for the Silver Ferns and England. He and Kathryn also remember rugby great Waka Nathan who has passed away at the age of 81. [image_crop:130758:full]…
 
French psych-rock duo Liminanas have just made an "imaginary road movie" album with techno DJ/ producer Laurent Garnier. Grant says it's good, but not as good as past work, so we hear a couple of their classic earlier tracks today, alongside a stone-cold roots reggae classic from The Royals and a mighty Africa-meets-Brooklyn collaboration between F…
 
Adam Alexander is on a mission to save rare vegetables and put them back on menus all over the world. Adam is a seed guardian at the UK's Organic Garden Heritage Seed Library, which has over 500 rare, endangered, local and heirloom vegetable varieties. He has saved over twenty endangered varieties himself, grows around seventy different vegetable v…
 
There is 2 days of lockdown for mass Covid vaccinations in Samoa, as Pasifika community vaccination events are underway in South Auckland and Wellington, and in Fiji and New Caledodna 15-17 year olds are being vaccinated. Also, at the UN General Assembly, Marshall Islands leader David Kabua speakes about geopolitical tension in the Pacific. Susana …
 
Despite prescriptions for Vitamin D supplements being on the rise, around 20 children each year are being hospitalised for rickets, a condition which affects bone development. Endocrinologist and Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Auckland, Dr Mark Bolland says the condition is easily preventable. His team has looked why there are…
 
Global Football organisation FIFA is considering a move to holding a men's World Cup Competition every two years, rather than every four. It is carrying out a feasibility study led by former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Over half of FIFA's 210 national associations have given their backing to the study into the idea but the move has brought conde…
 
The Health Minister Andrew Little talks with Kathryn Ryan about the pathway forward for mental health. He is due to release a stock-take into how much of the $1.9 billion for mental health in the 2019 budget has been spent , or allocated. This week he announced a new 10-year plan for mental wellbeing and the establishment of an external oversight g…
 
A new study has teased out the voyages that Pacific peoples took by studying present-day genomes. The study estimates that voyagers from Samoa, Fiji, and Tonga first migrated to Rarotonga around the year 830. Two hundred years later, one group went further east to Papa Nui, or Easter Island. The researchers identified rare genetic traits present on…
 
A Hawkes Bay man is taking the housing shortage into his own hands - living on site while he builds houses for his whanau. Like elsewhere, the region is fighting the scourge of homelessness as it faces the relatively new problem of not having enough accommodation for locals. Hawke's Bay reporter Tom Kitchin has more.…
 
Another long lockdown in Auckland is making it harder for older people to avoid loneliness. Social isolation was already a major problem before the pandemic. National surveys of 40,000 pensioners living at home showed about one in five felt lonely. So what to do about it? Sam Olley reports.
 
Widespread food shortages have been reported across the UK, with photos of empty shelves shared across social media and calls for urgent action from the government to address the shortages. Talia Shadell is a New Zealand journalist working for The Mirror. She spoke to Morning Report.
 
Silver Ferns' coach Dame Noeline Taurua has a tough task on her hands, as she assembles her starting line-up against the England Roses for tonight's series decider. England levelled the three-test series on Wednesday with a 55-45 win in Christchurch, as the Ferns' coach experimented with new combinations, which included the debut of 19-year-old Gra…
 
Rugby's greatest rivalry will raise a century on Saturday in Townsville - an unlikely venue for the 100th test between the All Blacks and the Springboks. The two nations have dominated the international landscape for the last 100 years - which is the period since their meeting - in Dunedin in 1921. The relationship has been fierce and often marred …
 
Fast food outlets are coming under fire from academics, who are accusing corporate brands of using the Covid-19 pandemic as an advertising tactic. Researchers at the University of Auckland found 27 percent of the social media posts from fast food chains used the virus as a marketing hook. In particular, the number of advertisements referencing the …
 
The Down Syndrome Association says the community is heartbroken, in shock and outraged after the death of 27-year-old Lena Zhang Harrap. Police have launched a homicide investigation following the death of Harrap, who had Down Syndrome. The national executive officer of the Association Zandra Vaccarino told Morning Report while the incident is trag…
 
Covid-19 modeller Shaun Hendy says it's important to discuss the potential of severe health consequences if restrictions are lifted. New modelling data shows if just 80 percent of the country's over fives are vaccinated, 7000 people could die from the virus every year. That modelling, by Professor Hendy and others, has been criticised by another an…
 
A Hauraki Plains health organisation Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki is pivoting from Covid-19 tests to a vaccine push on two marae this weekend. The area went into lockdown after three members of a local household contracted the virus from an Auckland prisoner bailed to a Firth of Thames home. The clinic will do day 12 tests early next week, but conce…
 
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