Spring storms are inching their way up the country. MetService's Dan Corbett will keep us updated during the show plus Federated Farmers will explain how they are affecting dairy farmers at a critical time.
The $2 million package for businesses affected by the botulism scare; Trade Minister Tim Groser will tell us who can get it and what it can be used for.
Toni Street continues our coverage of everything America's Cup-related from San Francisco plus we're live at the naming of the All Blacks team to take on the Springboks this weekend.
Tamati Coffey pops back in to see us ahead of the new season of New Zealand's Got Talent and Tim Wilson shares this week's weird and wonderful web clips.
And we meet a 72-year-old man taking his 70-year-old bike on a special journey around New Zealand.
Plus Kristin Hall checks out ads and newsreels from 1950s NZ in a special exhibition by the Film Archive.
Join us from 6-9am on TV ONE or on the live stream.
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