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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
New Zealand's Covid-19 crown is slipping - and we're running out of time to make the most of it.
That's what Sir Peter Gluckman told a business conference in Auckland today - where the vaccine… Audio
Builders are having to wait nearly half a year to get supplies and say it's getting worse.
It's putting strain on finishing projects, at a time when New Zealand desperately need more homes.
At least one in five New Zealanders need to be driving an electric car in the next 15 years, and almost all buses and thousands of trucks need to run on batteries, if we're to meet our emissions… Audio
Allegations of sabotage, half-baked ideas, shameful distractions and leading the public down the proverbial garden path.
Some provincial rugby unions and New Zealand Rugby have hit out hard at a… Video, Audio
To Dunedin, where trans-Tasman Super Rugby will make a return for the first time since mid-March last year when the season was canned due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Tonight the Highlanders… Video, Audio
An 82 year old Matamata man has been given home detention over the attempted murder of his wife in a suicide pact.
Roy Morton pleaded guilty in the High Court in Hamilton and has been sentenced to… Audio
The government's announced big changes to the KiwiSaver scheme which it hopes will give people better bang for its buck.
From December, the number of default providers - those allocated to new… Audio
Disgusted craft beer bars and retailers say they'll no longer stock a Canterbury brewery's range, after its owner posted an anti-Maori rant on social media.
The comments from Eagle Brewing owner… Audio
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