There are calls for mandatory consent education in NZ.
A date is yet to be set but Make It 16 will be heading to the Supreme Court.
Parents are dishing out $22.6 billion in loans to adult children, according to Consumer NZ.
30 organisations and networks provided information to the inquiry.
Re: News Editor Mandy Te outlines our coverage and shares what belief means for some people.
Only 29.6 percent of New Zealanders identified with no religion in the 2001 census.
New Zealand will be moving from Red to the Orange traffic light setting from 11.59pm tonight.
"Poverty isn’t a rite of passage. It’s a political decision," Chlöe Swarbrick says.
Seventeen percent of people surveyed say they know ‘virtually nothing’ about the Holocaust.
Vaccine mandates for education, police and defence workforces will be dropped from April 4.
Parliament grounds are closed but police say locals are free to move about nearby streets.
Police have demolished tents and cleared the grounds.
"Our families are scared."
This comes as the country’s daily case numbers are steadily increasing.
Three officers need medical care after being sprayed with an unknown substance by protesters.
With Long Covid and lasting impacts - no, it's not a good idea to try to get Omicron.
We explain phase two of New Zealand’s Omicron plan.
Teenagers are scared to walk to school in Wellington as thousands of people from all over the country have been protesting outside of Parliament since Monday.
New mask rules means no more scarves, bandanas or t-shirts pulled up over the nose.
Do female dolphins enjoy having sex? American researchers decided to find out by looking at the clitorises of female dolphins.
Scientists know that dolphins are highly social.…
If you're hoping for a weekend swim, you may be out of luck.
A technical error which delayed Covid tracer app notifications has been fixed.
Glassons and Juliette Hogan did not follow labelling rules, a consumer protection group says.
New measures are in place to keep Omicron out of the community for as long as possible.
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…