Mandy Te

Life as a funeral director: ‘Serving my iwi by doing this mahi’

People in the funeral industry say they consider their work an act of service.

Saturday night at Huntly International Speedway

“They’re like my second family.”

Why I’m visiting the iwi who protected the remains of my Chinese ancestor

“Having this connection that transcends time and cultures as well is unique.”

Political change is coming: What's next for New Zealand?

With special votes left to be counted, what the incoming government looks like is still undecided.

A day on the campaign trail with National’s Tama Potaka

Ohinga spent a day campaigning - and bowling - with National's Tama Potaka.

Why working hard doesn’t always make you rich

“I will be a Māori Millionaire.”

Budget 2023: We read it so you don't have to

Here’s what you need to know.

A question of consent: The final arguments in Wellington sex offences case

Final arguments have been made by the prosecution and defence today.

Artist Tayla Hartemink talks about her Te Wiki o te Reo Māori illustration

"I do a lot of my art based off mātauranga Māori. I learn and wānanga a lot with my kaumātua."

Welcome to Fashion Week

Here's what you need to know about our fashion and beauty coverage for this week.

Pour one out: It's Ashley Bloomfield's final week in the job

Today was his 307th media stand up as he nears the end of his role as Director-General of Health.

How to start talking about money: Girls That Invest's Simran Kaur

"The most interesting thing about money is the absolute peace of mind it brings to your life."

Welcome to Money Week

News Editor Mandy Te outlines our money coverage.

Letting more students into med school would help with NZ doctor shortage

“Anything we can do to increase supply should be looked at.”

NZ AIDS Foundation changes name to honour HIV advocate Bruce Burnett

From Thursday, the New Zealand AIDS Foundation is now the Burnett Foundation Aotearoa.

NZ high schoolers open up about sexual assault on social media

There are calls for mandatory consent education in NZ.

Fight to lower voting age to 16 will head to Supreme Court

A date is yet to be set but Make It 16 will be heading to the Supreme Court.

Parents are the fifth biggest home loan lenders in New Zealand

Parents are dishing out $22.6 billion in loans to adult children, according to Consumer NZ.

Disabled NZers put at risk during Omicron, inquiry finds

30 organisations and networks provided information to the inquiry.

Welcome to Belief Week

Re: News Editor Mandy Te outlines our coverage and shares what belief means for some people.

Nearly half of New Zealanders say they have no religion

Only 29.6 percent of New Zealanders identified with no religion in the 2001 census.

NZ to move to Orange traffic light setting tonight: Covid-19

New Zealand will be moving from Red to the Orange traffic light setting from 11.59pm tonight. 

Greens, student unions launch student wellbeing inquiry

"Poverty isn’t a rite of passage. It’s a political decision," Chlöe Swarbrick says.

63% of NZers hold at least one antisemitic view, new study finds

Seventeen percent of people surveyed say they know ‘virtually nothing’ about the Holocaust.

Vaccine passes, scanning in and some mandates removed: Covid-19 changes

Vaccine mandates for education, police and defence workforces will be dropped from April 4.

The day after: Parliament protest

Parliament grounds are closed but police say locals are free to move about nearby streets.

Fire on Parliament grounds, 60 arrested as Police remove protestors

Police have demolished tents and cleared the grounds.