The Eketahuna quake is the big story of the day and reporter Daniel Faitaua will be live from Masterton where buildings have been damaged. Kristin Hall will be reporting from Wellington and we'll update on public transport issues and power outages across the region.
We know it was felt widely across both islands and GeoNet will tell us more about the type of quake it was and the likely scenarios for serious aftershocks.
Also on the show, David Cunliffe explains how he can win the election even during an economic boom,
Plus world-renowned U.K dyslexia expert Neil Mackay explains his thinking that dyslexia is just a different way of a learning, and can be viewed as a strength, and a local principal - who has a child with dyslexia - shares her experiences.
A warning about toxic residues found in some children's clothing in overseas testing and our new regular segment with Royal Correspondent Robert Jobson.
Join us from 6am - orwatch on the live stream.
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