Would getting rid of money solve the world's problems

The Money Free Party thinks so, but an economist is not sure.

Why this Taranaki couple earning $165k want to live with their parents

"Working to help whānau, that's my purpose of life aye."

How to ask your boss for a pay rise

Asking for a raise can feel awkward, uncomfortable and just plain terrifying.

How this trainee navigator uses a star compass to sail waka

“It’s not as though this knowledge is new, it’s an intrinsic part of who we are.”

Celebrating Matariki as non-Māori

"You’re going to be playing some beats while I am planting the trees.”

Today marks the start of Matariki as the stars rise

Today Matariki reappeared in the dawn sky, signaling the beginning of the Māori New Year.

Behind the scenes of Nude Tuesday: the NZ orgy comedy entirely in gibberish

Harrison talked to the star and director of the new film where nobody makes any sense.

Tash Sultana on tour life and taking a chance on artists

"I'm having fun with my life, and I really like the person I've become."

Asking speedway fans why they love it

“They covered the car with a tarp. They thought I was dead”

‘Most the kids have uncles that are blackpowers’: Growing up in Pātea

Re: talked to two teens growing up in the town behind NZ's greatest ever tune, 'Poi E'.

Why the Māori King’s daughter met with Prince Charles in London

“I’ll be honest, my greatest desire is for all Māori land to be returned to Māori.”

Six60 paid our rent for a year

We went to Ōtepoti/Dunedin to meet the first-ever recipients of Six60's new scholarship.

These teens want gender neutral bathrooms in all NZ high schools

“I have to disgender myself when I can’t use a gender neutral bathroom.”

‘Infertility doesn’t discriminate’: 26-year-old shares IVF journey

“Only on an IVF journey do you get excited about having good eggs”.

How to say your pepeha: Tikanga explained

“Every iwi has their own way of reciting their pepeha.”

Inside NZ’s pro wrestling scene: ‘Step in the ring if you think it’s fake’

“We do have some good guys, we do have some bad guys but both feed off the same energy.”

Remembering Bastion Point occupation leader Joe Hawke

Tributes have been flowing in for the Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei leader.

Building a Sydney marae: Our culture must thrive in another land

“We are told from our people, we need this.”

Is Tauranga a hotspot for racism? We asked people on the street

Their answers will probably not surprise you.

How Māori celebrants are indigenising weddings

“For some people it’s just wanting to pay homage or incorporate their culture.”

‘I’ll take the leftovers’: rangatahi react to eating kina

“I have eaten kina once in my whole entire life: I know, 10 brownie points taken off me as a Māori.”

I'm immunocompromised: life won't go back to normal with Covid

In her mid-20s Meg was diagnosed with common variable immunodeficiency.

Why 23-year-old TV personality D'Angelo Martin gave up alcohol

“I want to live how our ancestors did.”
“Ko te hiahia kia ora pērā i te wā e ora ai o mātou tīpuna.

Inside Misha’s 21st, NZ’s baddest influencer | 2000s Baby

Watch the first episode of our brand new docuseries, 2000s Baby.

I want to come out to my parents before my 21st | 2000s Baby

“I’m always known to be the quiet one.”

Lip filler, rejection and immigrant parents: Alison’s 21st | 2000s Baby

“I’m Alison, I’m 21 and I’m a baddie.”

Cook Islands 21sts are all about family, but mine can’t come | 2000s Baby

Watch the fifth episode of 2000s Baby now, following Poe Tiare.

How to harvest kūmara: ‘Māori can’t connect to a carrot’

“The history of the kūmara goes way back; it’s in our DNA, it’s in our whakapapa."