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Rangatahi talk financial goals

Honey Ellis (Tainui, Ngāti Kahungunu) is a social worker turned TikTok educator.

The TikToker helping rangatahi grow their cash

The Māori Money Movement series is created in partnership with Sorted.

AI could make our lives better – but not at its current speed

"I have seen enough movies to know how this ends."

How to become your own boss: Rangatahi share their secrets

“ I didn’t choose brick laying, brick laying chose me.”

Why chocolate milk has more health stars than regular milk

Primo proudly displays its 4.5 health star rating, while actual milk settles for just 3.5 stars.

You don’t need to pay rent for a flooded house you can’t live in

If it’s partially uninhabitable, then you can pay reduced rent.

I’m a sex worker…and I’m asexual

“I have no intention of leaving the industry. This is a part of my identity.”

An OnlyFans creator making $5k a week answers your questions

“A lot of people want to smell my gym socks.”

How do we get more women in trades? Stop men being dicks

Only 12% of tradespeople are women and sexism is keeping it that way.

A free Tesla is being offered with this $1.8m Auckland home

Rana says he has had more than 50 email enquiries since advertising the Tesla offer yesterday.

Sole searching: New report reveals unethical footwear brands

Only 40% of companies knew where all their direct suppliers were.

Exploring the horny and heartfelt world of VRChat

"The encounters I had could be split into categories - the heartfelt, the harassing and the horny."

NZ CEOs earn up to 88 times more than employees: We crunched the numbers

The gap between CEO and worker pay has been widening in recent decades.

Interest explained: how it affects the price of everything

But even if you’re not borrowing money, interest affects the price of everything in Aotearoa.

Spotify and Tinder use AI to influence us but won’t tell us how

“The process isn’t human or necessarily understandable to us."

Living in NZ is expensive, what will the Budget do? Economist explains

Will the Budget really make a difference to the cost of living? We asked an economist.

Supermarket sector competition 'not working well for consumers'

The Commerce Commission has shared its recommendations to improve competition.

‘Comically bad’ NZ-made NFT scheme ‘Pixelmon’ sparks outrage

"It literally looked like something from Microsoft Paint."

‘We're trying to make CVs irrelevant’: Rangatahi create new job app

It’s an age-old dilemma. You want a job but don’t have enough experience but you need a job to gain experience. 

It’s a problem that a group…

Fashion brands like Kate Sylvester and Ruby may not be as sustainable as you think

Glassons and Juliette Hogan did not follow labelling rules, a consumer protection group says.

How the Kellogg’s strike affects our Corn Flakes in NZ

From Corn Flakes, Nutri-Grain and Coco Pops, local supermarkets are filled with Kellogg’s products.

Countdown essential workers strike, asking for wages to match rising cost of living

About 800 distribution centre workers want pay increase to match rise in cost of living.

I opened a new business during a pandemic | Side by Side

“My dream was to have this place full of people.”

For the rest of the year Pasifika women work for free because of the pay gap

For every $1 an hour a Pākehā man makes, a Pasifika woman will earn 72 cents.

New report reveals which clothing brands are unsustainable

Where do your clothes come from, and how are they made?

Young New Zealanders are learning more about their finances from TikTok and YouTube than from school

90 percent said they want to learn more about budgeting and how to plan and save their money.

Here’s what we know about the Facebook outage this morning

The outage was the second biggest the company has experienced.