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Aucklanders are tightening their water belts following calls from Watercare to start conserving.
On Wednesday last week the city used more than 560 million litres of water, breaking all previous… Read more Video, Audio
Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage says significant changes are needed to save wildlife in the Hauraki Gulf.
It comes after a report released today by Auckland Council outlined unsustainable threats… Read more Video, Audio
The number of coronavirus cases in Italy has surged to 400 with the World Health Organisation confirming for the first time the virus is spreading faster outside China.
More than 80,000 people in 40… Read more Video, Audio
A network of gun emplacements used to keep out a Japanese invasion during World War II have been given a new lease on life.
The concrete bunkers and underground ammunition rooms at the entry to… Read more Video, Audio
Following a major blunder last year in which NZ Golf bestowed the winner of the New Zealand Open with a fake korowai, it appears the organisation has learnt its lesson.
A pōwhiri with participation… Read more Video, Audio
A Huntly woman who found thousands of wasps nesting in her home says it was a beautiful thing to behold.
Karla Ferguson had seen wasps in her kitchen for weeks before she decided to check it out… Read more Video, Audio
A major conservation plan is being developed to protect the South Island's unique alpine environment from Himalayan tahrs.
The large goat-like animals were introduced to New Zealand during the early… Read more Video, Audio
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has arrived in Fiji where talks have quickly turned to climate change and what more can be done.
Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has sent a message to Jacinda… Read more Video, Audio
A West Auckland man who attacked his mother with a hammer before calling the police has been found guilty of murder.
Martin Marinovich was his mother's sole caregiver when he smashed her head with a… Read more Video, Audio
The four men charged with electoral fraud - including sitting MP Jami Lee Ross - will fight the accusations made against them, pleading not guilty in their first court appearance on Tuesday.
Mr Ross… Read more Video, Audio
Hundreds of people have gathered on parliament grounds for an RNZ Concert Birthday Bash.
It is 87 years since RNZ Concert was first established - and musicians from around the country brought their… Read more Video, Audio
National leader Simon Bridges talks to Lisa Owen about the government toughening its stance on Australian criminals in New Zealand.
"If it's right in principal and fair's fair, why wouldn't you do… Read more Video, Audio
It was Tim Southee who starred on Sunday and Monday, claiming five wickets from the world's best test team.
He spoke to Alex Perrottet just after leaving the field.
The Black Caps take on India in… Read more Video, Audio
The man who strangled the British backpacker Grace Millane to death in his central Auckland apartment will spend at least 17 years behind bars.
The 28-year-old man, whose name remains suppressed… Read more Video, Audio
A jury has acquitted a woman accused of murdering her abusive partner in their South Auckland home.
Karen Anne Ruddelle was found not guilty of the murder of her partner Joseph Ngapera but guilty of… Read more Video, Audio
A woman who went on a Tinder date with Grace Millane's murderer - and predicted he would hurt someone - says the conversation needs to shift from Ms Millane's past to his.
She says he "flipped" when… Read more Video, Audio
The man who murdered Grace Millane will spend at least 17 years behind bars before he's eligible for early release.
The 28-year-old strangled the British backpacker in his central Auckland apartment… Read more Video, Audio
Sticky, clammy conditions have been making things difficult for many Aucklanders, who say they're sick of feeling sweaty every time they leave the house.
The city has been experiencing high humidity… Read more Video, Audio
New Zealand First is continuing to push for more changes to the latest firearms legislation.
The Police Minister relies on the party's votes to get the law passed. Last April, a law banning certain… Read more Video, Audio
The Prime Minister invited herself round to Flaxmere Primary School on Thursday for a free lunch, as the government launched its $45 million initiative in 31 schools.
The 460 students at Flaxmere are… Read more Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Forecast rain over the next 48 hours is unlikely to break the drought in Northland but could cause further headaches for Westland.
A heavy rain warning is in place for the West Coast south of Otira… Read more Video, Audio
Trevor Overton and his wife were onboard the Diamond Princess.
They were among the 180 Australians and six New Zealanders onboard the Qantas charter flight to Darwin.
Whilst the New Zealanders have… Read more Video, Audio
The Queen is apparently cracking down on Harry & Meghan using the royal handle in their marketing.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have already announced they're retiring from official Royal duties… Read more Video, Audio