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Playing sport with your ikura: NZ athletes help break stigma around periods

"The purpose is to break down menstrual equity barriers in education and in sport."

NZ will have a one-off public holiday for the Queen's memorial service

NZ will observe a one-off public holiday on Monday, September 26, to mark our memorial for the Queen

Two years in prison or $50,000 fine for 'revenge porn' offenders

This helps close a loophole that saw many victims go without justice.

Property companies face $100K fines for breaking proposed rules

The regulation of property managers is one step closer as new Government regulations are proposed.

All of New Zealand is moving to Red at midnight tonight

The Omicron variant is beginning to spread in the community.

‘I felt pressured to go to uni’: Better career advice for teenagers could prevent dropouts

Former uni student says better career advice at high school could help prevent students dropping out

Ngāti Toa iwi tells anti-vax protestors to stop using Ka Mate haka

The haka was composed by Ngāti Toa tupuna Te Rauparaha and is being used at anti-vax protests

All primary and high school students back to class in Auckland and Waikato from Nov 17

Years 9 and 10 can return full-time, and Years 1 to 8 will be part-time.

Brian Tamaki appears in court as supporters shout 'let him go'

Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki has pleaded not guilty.

28-year-old arrested over Auckland's North Shore lockdown party

Police have charged a man over the Saturday night party which breached alert level 3 restrictions.

‘Bullshit and hot air’: Why climate campaigners are angry about Emissions Reduction plan

The Government is asking for more feedback on its Emissions Reduction plan & Greenpeace isn’t happy.

Brian Tamaki pleads not guilty over anti-lockdown protest

Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki appeared in court today over an anti-lockdown protest.

Brian Tamaki summoned to court for anti-lockdown protest at Auckland Domain

The Saturday protest was attended by about 1000 people during alert level 3 restrictions.

Systemic change needed at Oranga Tamariki to empower whānau and communities

The Government says power and resources should shift from Oranga Tamariki to communities.

Six people in hospital, attacker shot dead by Police, after terrorist attack in West Auckland…

The Prime Minister says a terrorist was responsible for the attack on multiple people.

Former political candidate Billy Te Kahika arrested in anti-lockdown protest

The protest was staged outside the TVNZ building in Auckland CBD.

NZ plans to phase in open borders from 2022 after vaccine has been rolled out

Quarantine-free travel could be in New Zealand's future for returnees vaccinated against Covid-19

Hundreds evacuated in South Island after a weekend of severe rain and flooding

Hundreds of people have spent another night away from their homes on the South Island’s West Coast.

Jacinda Ardern says hate speech laws won’t stop anyone calling Judith Collins a Karen

National’s leader had pondered whether calling someone a 'Karen' would become a crime.

Budget 2021: What you need to know

Budget 2021 sees the ‘the biggest lift in a generation’ to benefits, $1 billion for Māori housing, health and education, as well as an overall investment…

Beneficiaries spending most of their benefit on rent are relying on early payouts to survive

There have been 200,000 advanced payments made to New Zealanders in the last three months alone.