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Friday, 4 October 2019
4 Oct 2019
The population of endangered flightless takahē has soared past the 400 mark for the first time in at least a century.
The Department of Conservation says a record breeding season, that produced 65… Read more Video, Audio
Former Conservative Party leader Colin Craig says his decision to appeal a court ruling that found he'd sexually harassed his former press secretary is not driven by revenge.
Mr Craig says… Read more Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
There are some brand new changes to the All Blacks' lineup against Namibia on Sunday, with all eyes on returning forward Brodie Retallick.
It's the first time he'll run out in Black since late July… Read more Video, Audio
Universities say they don't have the resources to cope with the ever-increasing demand from students for mental health support.
The Vice Chancellor of Victoria University says there's a "massively… Read more Audio
The government is scrapping a major barrier for refugees from Africa and the Middle East to resettle in New Zealand, that's long been touted as racist by migrant advocates.
The policy ruled that… Read more Video, Audio
A 400-metre stretch of State Highway 4 between Whanganui and Raetihi has completely collapsed after a slip, and there are concerns it could take years to rebuild. Read more Video, Audio
Thursday, 3 October 2019
Hollywood actor Geena Davis has told an audience in Auckland that changes to gender inequality should begin on screen.
The star is one of the headline speakers at the two-day Power of Inclusion film… Read more Video, Audio
The Associate Minister of Transport Shane Jones says Auckland's port's days are numbered and the 'epic' $10 billion move to Northland should happen.
A government-commissioned working group has… Read more Video, Audio
An independent investigator has found that complaints of inappropriate behaviour against a Christchurch councillor will require a full investigation.
Deon Swiggs has been on leave from council duties… Read more Video, Audio
The Energy Minister is confident a raft of changes unveiled on Thursday will help cut the number of households in energy hardship.
But Megan Woods says it's too early to set targets or commit to… Read more Video, Audio
World class opposition won't be the only thing standing between New Zealand's top athletes and success at next year's Tokyo Olympics.
Next year's Games in Japan are expected to be the hottest in… Read more Video, Audio