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The All Blacks will play two tests against Fiji and one against Tonga in a rejigged July schedule.
The changes have been brought about following Italy's decision to pull out of their tour here… Audio
Auckland's Te Puea Marae was thrown into the spotlight five years ago, as it opened its doors to help dozens of homeless whānau.
It's still helping vulnerable families, as a transitional housing… Audio
Wellington is wagging goodbye to plastic registration tags for dogs in a bid to cut down on waste.
They will be replaced with a single metal tag that should last the dog's lifetime - although owners… Audio
The trades industry is getting a shake up thanks to a new project working to get more Pasifika and Māori women to pick up the tools.
Last year just one in 40 new trades apprentices were women, now… Video, Audio
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Sharing the load could come with a healthy boost to the economy.
A Westpac / Deloitte survey has found just seven percent of heterosexual couples, who both work full time, share the domestic chores… Audio
A class action lawsuit is alleging a major building product manufacturer never tested its product before selling it - and once they knew it was defective, continued selling it.
More than a thousand… Audio
National MPs are rallying behind their leader Judith Collins after last night's dire political poll and endorsing her claims of a separatist government agenda.
The Newshub Reid Research poll - which… Audio
The High Court at New Plymouth has heard a man who died while in custody at the Hawera Police Station last year would have survived if he had got medical attention sooner.
Allen Ball died in the… Audio
International Olympic Committee member Dick Pound says athletes would be "out of your mind not to be vaccinated" before heading to Japan.
Pound told Checkpoint he has his ticket to Tokyo and unless… Video, Audio
With just two months to the Tokyo Olympics, are the Games really a go?
The host nation has ramped up its Covid-19 controls - expanding the current state of emergency from six areas including Tokyo to… Audio
The Director-General of Health has revealed students 12 years and older could get their Covid-19 jabs in a school-based vaccination prorgramme starting at the end of Term 3.
And in a pre-Budget… Video, Audio
Protesters sang their displeasure about water quality up to those sitting inside the offices of the Canterbury Regional Council today.
About 200 gathered at lunchtime to let the council know what… Audio
The Immigration Minister was shouted down at a rally of unhappy migrants today, as he revealed he couldn't give them the answers they were after in their bid to loosen border restrictions.
A crowd of… Video, Audio
The Ministry of Health is warning the team of five million to prepare for a new norm even when most of the population is fully vaccinated and the borders start reopening to more low risk countries.
… Video, Audio
The Southland Charity Hospital is another step closer to reality with the issuing of building consent to get construction under way.
Consent was approved yesterday, just in time to mark late cancer… Audio
A top public health professor says New Zealand will need to change its Covid-19 elimination strategy as our borders open to more high-risk countries.
Today the Prime Minister outlined expectations… Video, Audio
New Zealand has been accused of selfishly overbuying Covid-19 vaccines in a WHO-commissioned report.
It also called out the US, UK, Australia, Canada, and the EU for securing enough vaccine to cover… Audio
A year after ministers were warned emergency housing was posing a risk to public safety in Rotorua, the government is moving to clean up the problems.
It will directly contract motels for emergency… Audio
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