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The retirement commissioner is looking at a shake-up of the retirement sector, saying the current commercial model needs to change.
The Black Caps' sights are set on four wins from four as they arrive at the start of their test match schedule for the summer.
After New Zealand won both completed T20s against the visiting West… Audio
From flights to ferries, and from funeral homes to hospital wards.
Covid-19 has forced many New Zealanders to rethink their working lives.
Eleisha Foon spoke to three Kiwis about the career path the… Audio
The Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong has been sentenced to 13.5 months in prison.
He's been charged alongside fellow activists for protesting against the territory's new national security… Audio
Education union NZEI Te Riu Roa says it is disappointed schools are notably absent from the Government's plans on coal.
The union says the education sector has been excluded from a state sector… Audio
Parliament declared a climate emergency on Wednesday.
New Zealand's former Climate Change Ambassador Adrian Macey speaks to Corin Dann. Audio
A member of the New Zealand Jewish community says white supremacy based hate crimes haven't gone away since the 15 March mosque attacks.
RNZ has revealed almost half of all hate crimes reported to… Audio
As job losses mount and Covid-19 support schemes wind down, budgeting services say there is no let up in the number people seeking help.
Immediately after the first lockdown there was no real surge… Audio
The government is hoping a deal with a British company will help revive the $5 billion foreign student industry when the borders reopen.
It has announced New Zealand's eight universities will… Audio
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the Pfizer vaccine means a return to normal in 2021.
It's no longer just a hope, after the UK became the first country in the world to approve the widespread… Audio
Benee is the only female artist in the New Zealand Top 20 singles chart this week.
According to a new report, this is nothing new.
The research shows women fare far worse in Aotearoa's music… Audio
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Manufacturers and exporters of infant milk formula are flummoxed by a decision that stops them putting a synthetic additive into toddler milk - even though it's allowed for babies.
Food Standards… Audio
The road signs identifying the - blink and you miss it - township of Maxwell on the outskirts of Whanganui have already disappeared and it's possible they'll never been needed again.
The council has… Audio
Parliament has declared a climate emergency noting the "devastating impact" volatile weather will have on New Zealand.
Labour, the Greens and te Pāti Māori all voted in support, but National and ACT… Audio
Almost half the hate crimes reported to the police are being wrongly downgraded from a criminal offence, to either "incidents" in which no crime was committed, or to lower level crimes.
The police… Audio
Chris Hipkins is the Covid-19 Response Minister says New Zealand is under less pressure to rush regulatory approval for a Covid-19 vaccine than other countries are.
Britain has become the first… Audio
Britain has overnight approved the Pfizer-BioNtech Covid-19 drug for emergency use, becoming the the first country in the word to license a vaccination.
The British health secretary, Matt Hancock… Audio
Prior to 1958 mortality rates for babies born with heart conditions was extremely high. But a groundbreaking open heart surgery performed 62 years ago at Greenlane Hospital by Sir Brian Barratt-Boyes… Audio
Staff at a clothing factory are angry and upset, after their company announced its Christchurch operations will close down - just two days before Christmas.
Deane Apparel's decision to close the… Audio
This year is on track to be the second hottest on record, behind 2016, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) says.