Napier City Council is being threatened with prosecution if it fails to fix a pipe leaking wastewater into the Pacific Ocean.
The Labour Māori Caucus acknowledges there was a lack of consultation about the Armed Police Teams trial and says it is opposed to the general arming of the…
Māori health providers are hoping to cement gains in healthcare but avoid inequity as they scale back targeted Covid-19 testing of Māori.
The killing by police of unarmed black man George Floyd in the US has activism around the world, including an outpouring of support from the Pasifika community… Audio
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The Labour Māori Caucus acknowledges there was a lack of consultation about the Armed Police Teams trial and says it is opposed to the general arming of the police force.
The killing by police of unarmed black man George Floyd in the US has activism around the world, including an outpouring of support from the Pasifika community in New Zealand.
Advocates say Pacific… Audio
The Ministry of Health is ramping up testing at the border as the number of Covid-19 cases remains at zero.
For the twelfth consecutive day there were no new cases of Covid and there's still only one… Video, Audio
The government is taking steps to tackle period poverty by providing free products in schools.
A former police crisis negotiator says there are strict rules for checking on and caring for prisoners in police custody and records have to be signed off by a senior officer.
Three police officers… Video, Audio
The government is putting just over $400 million towards funding innovation and research in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.
The package is primarily made up of investments announced in the budget… Audio
The government is tackling period poverty by rolling out access to free period products in schools.
During term three, the Ministry of Education programme will start in 15 schools in Waikato, before… Audio
Just a day after George Floyd died, after having his neck knelt on by a white police officer in Minneapolis, a white man confronted a group of African-American entrepreneurs while using their private… Video, Audio
The protests have continued in the US today, despite President Trump threatening to unleash the military if demonstrations persist over the death of African American man George Floyd in police… Audio
New Zealanders have been given a glimpse of Alert Level One - their efforts under lockdown finally bearing fruit - near normality on the horizon.
But for many, it hasn't come quick enough - the… Audio
Rotorua is set to lose more than 3700 jobs in the fallout of Covid-19, resulting in $186 million in lost earnings, according to a new report.
The president of the police association says the death of a man in custody in Hawera is not the result of physical force by officers.
Three police officers - who have name suppression - have been… Video, Audio
The South Taranaki town of Hawera is in a state of shock today after three of its police officers were charged with manslaughter over the death of a man in custody in June last year.
The officers -… Audio
The changes, announced by the government, give teachers the discretion to award students a limited number of credits, and also lower the number of credits needed for certain benchmarks.
The government has unveiled $130 million of new spending to boost research and innovation by Crown bodies.
Dr DUNCAN WEBB to the Minister of Finance: What recent reports has he seen on the New Zealand economy in the context of the global COVID-19 pandemic?
TODD MULLER to the Prime Minister: Why isn’t…
New Zealand has now notched up 12 days without a new case of Covid-19, and there is still just one active case. Watch the latest update from Dr Ashley Bloomfield here. Video
Yesterday the Minister of Education Chris Hipkins announced a major funding boost for apprenticeships and trade training programs. Audio
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