The regulation of property managers is one step closer as new Government regulations are proposed.
The Green Party is calling for ‘Land Back’.
They’ve set up an illegal tent city, blocked off streets, and 120 have been arrested.
Te Pāti Māori is calling for New Zealand to remove the British royal family as the head of state.
The Government is boosting schemes, funds and will be providing grants to the arts industry.
New Zealanders will have access to more than 55 million rapid antigen tests in the next few months.
Police Minister Poto Williams says the reforms reflect that owning a gun is a privilege not a right.
Te Pāti Māori co-Leader Rawiri Waititi says the Government needs to act immediately.
Teenagers under the age of 18 can join the army, work, drive, pay taxes and leave home - so why can’t they vote?
That’s a question being…
The Human Rights Commission has received hundreds of complaints around Covid-19 and many are about people being on the receiving end of divisive, derogatory and damaging…
The National Party has voted for Christopher Luxon as its new leader.
Simon Bridges has been stripped of his responsibilities after making jokes about how to conceive a baby, Judith Collins has lost the leadership of the National…
Years 9 and 10 can return full-time, and Years 1 to 8 will be part-time.
The Saturday protest was attended by about 1000 people during alert level 3 restrictions.
After the Lynn mall terror attack, some Kiwis are confused about language used by media & politician
It is estimated that half of New Zealand’s 41,000 homeless are under the age of 25.
Time to binge lockdown away.
The protest was staged outside the TVNZ building in Auckland CBD.
It aims to protect young people and non-smokers from the potential dangers of vaping.
The National Party want people to vote on whether Aotearoa should be used
“There are so many people that will have their lives changed because of this.”
Jacinda Ardern says the decision was “not taken lightly".
The trans-Tasman bubble just got suspended for another eight weeks.
About 2000 restaurants are switching the lights off and suspending service for two minutes today.
“The talk is crime, crime, crime” - the deep problems with our youth detention centres.
National’s leader had pondered whether calling someone a 'Karen' would become a crime.
57 percent of people believed they’d come across misinformation in the past six months.
Proposals for hate speech laws will impose harsher penalties and more protection for minority groups
This week, we were given an update on how the pandemic is tracking in New Zealand.
New research shows high school students facing housing deprivation have double the rates of depression and suicidal thoughts.
Based on an analysis of the latest Youth2000 survey,…