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Morning Report broadcast on Radio New Zealand National 6am - 9am weekdays.

6:00 Top Stories for Thursday 13 April 2017; 6:06 Sports News for 13 April 2017; 6:10 Cyclone Cook bears down on New Zealand; 6:13 Hundreds of Edgecumbe residents face long delay returning home; 6:20 Early Business News for 13 April 2017; 6:22 Morning Rural News for 13 April 2017; 6:37 Auckland gets ready for Cyclone Cook; 6:43 Metservice warns Cyclone Cook could be worst since Wahine storm; 6:49 Business News for 13 April 2017; 7:06 Sports News for 13 April 2017; 7:09 NIWA warns storm will bring destructive wind and heavy rain; 7:14 Aucklanders told to "have a plan" as Cyclone Cook approaches; 7:19 Civil Defence to start evacuating low-lying coastal areas of Coromandel; 7:22 Great Barrier Island to bear the brunt of Cyclone Cook; 7:24 Bay of Plenty residents prepare to evacuate; 7:29 Sonny Bill Williams allowed to remove bank sponsors logos; 7:34 Kaikohe misses out on extra policing for a year; 7:42 US says relations with Russia at a new low; 7:48 Cheviot businesses facing a dismal Easter; 7:52 SIlver screen shines, smaller screens struggle; 7:57 Middlemarch Singles Ball ticket sales soaring; 8:06 Sports News for 13 April 2017; 8:09 Evacuations underway from low lying Coromandel coast; 8:15 Motels likely to have cancellations over Easter weekend; 8:18 ACC aims to stem costs of hospital mishaps; 8:21 Small towns crying out for 24/7 police presence; 8:26 Colin Craig relieved defamation case a miscarriage of justice; 8:28 Williams' solicitor responds to Craig defamation case; 8:29 Markets Update for 13 April 2017; 8:39 Arts education at risk, teachers warn; 8:47 Delay to definining manuka honey upsets beekepers; 8:54 Twin setbacks hurt KiwiRail; 8:56 Battle of Arras: surveys of historic WWI tunnels

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Reference number A258928

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Series Morning Report

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