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Booksellers are facing a return to the 1970s way of doing things this Christmas, by having to trust their instincts, and stock up on the books they think people will want to read.
We're off to South Bend, Indiana to meet the couple who in non-Covid times host a Thanksgiving dinner for around 60 guests, many of them black students from a predominantly white University. Audio
Businesses are being advised to get up to speed with changes to the Privacy Act, which come into effect on 1 December.
Summer Times for the Web Test. Audio
The Weekend for the Web Test. Audio
The first transgender contestant to compete in the Miss New Zealand pageant talks to Kadambari Raghukumar about her journey with identity, gender reassignment and winning the Miss Intercontinental NZ… Audio
The Wellington City Council has apologised to families attending the city's Christmas Festival for a double booking which saw an animal rights march take place at the same time.
People have… Audio
The first official recognition that changing brands of epilepsy drugs may have been a factor in at least one of six deaths has come to light as a Chief Coroner's inquest into the brand switch opens…
Former Cadburys factory workers say the impact of redundancy on mental health is too often overlooked.
Hundreds of staff were made redundant when Dunedin's Cadburys chocolate factory closed its doors… Audio
Violence erupted on the streets Paris over the weekend while there were demonstrations in other French cities as tens of thousands protested an incident of police brutality.
Demonstrators were… Audio
A group representing survivors of abuse while in faith-based care believes victims could die before there is any satisfactory resolution to their claims against churches.
New Zealand should invest on building low-traffic neighbourhoods rapidly to benefit people's lives and the environment, a public policy think tank researcher says.
The fifth annual multi-ethnic dance festival was in full swing at Victory Convention Centre in Auckland today.
Sir Michael Parkinson and his youngest son Mike open up with no hold backs on the fathers they had, the fathers they were, and the ones they are trying to become. Audio
The Hand Medal Project was devised by friends and artists Iris Eichenberg and Jimena Ríos to thank medical staff and caregivers for the sacrifices they were making to treat people infected with… Audio
The future of banking may be here with a regional hub kicking off in Martinborough today - a one-stop-shop for customers.
The major banks are trialing the joint-service for the next year - after… Audio
A bride has taken to social media to share her annoyance at what she viewed a cheap present - two $5 towels from K Mart. The panellists share their views on the story. Audio
Miss Intercontinental New Zealand, Arielle Keil, speaks to The Panel. Audio
This week we've had a running theme of talking about beauty pageants. Today The Panel will hear from Nigel Godfery the CEO of Miss World New Zealand about the competition's relevance today. Audio
With Comedians Te Radar & Pinky Agnew. Audio