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A woman's right to choose how she gives birth has come a long way, but is allowing the choice of a planned caesarean a step too far? Teresa Cowie investigates.
ACC is asking those emboldened to tackle jobs around the house during the lockdown to take extra care.
Cash-strapped Coastguard New Zealand believes lives will be put at risk if it is forced to pay a levy to the government. Video, Audio
Students at one Otago high school are going without their mobile phones in the classroom, and for one lunchtime a week, without wifi, as their school goes through a digital detox. Video
Claims of a funding shortfall left by the former government have spread from health to education.
Energy minister Megan Woods says she remains convinced the petrol market is not working for motorists, after meeting with BP executives. Video
The meth epidemic sweeping New Zealand is not only causing personal heartache, it's costing the prison service millions.
A wave of hearing loss in young people is being predicted as we spend more time listening to devices through headphones and earbuds.
Pro-medical cannabis campaigners are demanding the inconsistent approach to policing the use of medicinal cannabis be replaced with national guidelines.
Three experiences of being a gender-questioning kid.
Two years after Phillip John Smith went on the run to South America, prisoners say they still cannot get work experience outside the wire.
The country's longest-running contemporary dance company, Footnote, celebrates its 30th birthday. Audio
The Government is being accused of exploiting charities to push through its state house sell-off plan.