Happy National Poetry Day! To celebrate we were joined by Courtney Sina Meredith who shared some of her beautiful work with us.
For the first time in 14 years a team of divers have explored the wreck of the Titanic and among the group was a Kiwi... Rob McCallum. We caught up with him before he jumped on a plane to his next adventure in the Arctic.
Fires are ripping through the Amazon rainforest at a rapid rate. In fact, satellite data shows an 84% increases in the number of blazes compared to the same time last year. Although Brazil's President is blaming conservationists, they say the president himself encourages the clearing of land for farming.
Last night a strategic partnership to see less children in state care was signed between Oranga Tamariki and Tūhoe. Tāmati Kruger told John Campbell he's not proud it's required but it's time for Tūhoe to address the issue of Māori tamariki in care.
"I can't believe I'm tearing up, but I love you and wish you the best." Feeling the love this morning, as Daniel and Hayley had their last day working together 😢💕✈️
Greenpeace NZs Phil Vine talked about what the fires in Brazil mean for the rest of the world.
Institute of Environmental Science and Research scientist Olga Pantos explained the new findings.
A few teary eyes in the studio this morning. It's the last time all four of our hosts will be together before Daniel heads off to Europe 😢💕✈️ Hayley's on holiday next week, so will miss Daniel's farewell on Wednesday.
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