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An analysis of hours of interviews suggests National's leader has more positive things to say.
How Christopher Luxon and Chris Hipkins square up against the different news networks and hosts.
The words and phrases National leader Christopher Luxon says over and over again - and how they dramatically differ from Labour's leaders.
A long-awaited survey of Covid-19 infections has been abandoned by the Ministry of Health.
One council plan says transport emissions must come down by 50 percent. Other council plans make those cuts impossible.
There's plenty of blame to share around - including for ourselves, the public.
My bus showed up 34 percent of the time when it was supposed to. Why do official statistics say it's 98 percent punctual?
See how your bus route ranks for regular cancellations.
An RNZ investigation reveals the extraordinary scale of disruption bus commuters encounter every day.
The worst bus routes for cancellations in Auckland are operated by a bus company that's owned by a US private equity firm.
It's not unusual for drivers to work 14 hour days at little better than the minimum wage.
Track the impact of Cyclone Gabrielle as it works its way down the country with a closer look at the rainfall and wind figures, and how it might impact the country today.
Covid-19 is killing three times as many New Zealanders as influenza does in a typical year.
A Covid-19 survey method that's been in place in the United Kingdom since 2020 will now not be in place here until mid-2023.
Hundreds of Waimate residents are still without a safe drinking water supply - a scientist thinks wastewater from a nearby dairy factory could be part of the problem.
The gut infection campylobacteriosis can kill - so why is Aotearoa New Zealand still a campylobacter capital after decades spent trying to reduce rates?
New Zealand is on the back foot in preparing for new Covid-19 variants now requirements for international arrivals to test have ended, health experts say.
In the middle of a pandemic, how dangerous is dropping your mask and downing a few beers in a bar? Are you risking a side of Covid with your cocktail?
Crowded exercise facilities without proper ventilation could be hotspots for Covid-19.
Nearly 85 percent of classrooms across the country don't have their own carbon dioxide monitors, potentially increasing the risk of students catching Covid-19.
Plans to introduce more fresh air into Auckland's bus fleet to reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmission were abandoned due to cost.
How much of the air you're breathing is air someone else exhaled? And in the midst of a pandemic caused by an airborne virus, where are the riskiest places to be?