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The Dunedin City Council has agreed to limit rates to an increase of 4.1 percent for the coming financial year.
Consultations with doctors over the phone or by Zoom have proven much more convenient for some and GPs are arguing they should remain, but not in all cases. Audio
Twitter, for the first time, prompted readers to check the facts in tweets sent by Donald Trump, warning that his claims about mail-in ballots were false and had been debunked by fact checkers.
New Zealand does not have a single person in hospital with Covid-19, as the country marks five consecutive days without a new case. Video
A terrible thing happened to Kaille Harris in Wellington this morning. She left her bespoke handbag on the roof of her car before heading out of town. Audio
National leader Todd Muller is getting support from an unexpected quarter - ousted deputy leader Paula Bennett.
National's ousted deputy leader, Paula Bennett, has somewhat unexpectedly thrown her support behind the party's new leadership team.
Leader Todd Muller and his deputy Nikki Kaye blundered their first… Audio
New Zealand's biggest transport company said it was pleased with the result and positioned it well to deal with the ongoing supply chain disruptions brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Legal correspondent Simon Jefferson joins Kathryn to talk about why he believes adoption laws are long overdue for an overhaul. He says the outdated model hasn't kept pace with the evolution of… Audio
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Kathryn to talk about Prime Minister Scott Morrison's desire to bring employers and workers together to rebuild the country's economy, as the A$250… Audio
An open letter to Associate Education Minister Tracey Martin, with fourteen and a half thousand signatures, warns about the future of one of the oldest players in New Zealand's early childcare sector.
One of the country's largest sporting events for school pupils has been cancelled for the first time in 17 years due to Covid-19.
The AIMS Games sees more than 11,000 students compete in a variety of… Audio
The Prime Minister says the priority is to get any trans-Tasman travel bubble right before possibly widening the arrangements to include Pacific Islands.
What does that mean for nations that rely… Audio
Expectations that the housing market upswing would continue through the year have been dashed by the economic fallout from Covid-19.
The Covid-19 crisis forced GPs to quickly adapt their methods, with remote consultations the new standard practice. But as restrictions are eased, will we go back to visiting the doctor in person?
The lack of diversity of the National Party's top team is raising eyebrows, and even a eliciting a modicum of mockery.
While three out of the top ranked MPs are women, there are no Maori MPs on the… Audio
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing trouble from within his own party over his decision to stick by his advisor Dominic Cummings.
The top aide has come under significant criticism after it… Audio
While Covid-19 restrictions continue to ease domestically, fully opening up to the rest of the world largely hinges on the development of a vaccine for the coronavirus.
Yesterday the government… Audio
Only a few days into the job and already new National Party leader Todd Muller is discovering how combustible the top role can be.
Instead of being able to focus on a Covid-19 ravaged economy, he has… Audio
The new National Party Leader Todd Muller has been criticised this week for putting only white faces on his re-jigged front bench.
The highest ranked Māori MP in his caucus is former Deputy leader… Audio
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