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Love and loss? How relationships can impact people’s benefits

Advocates are calling for an overhaul of relationship rules within the welfare system.

Leaked ministry document warns Bill could break spirit and text of Treaty

“This is not supported by either the spirit of the Treaty or the text of the Treaty.”

How much sun protection do SPF makeup products give you

When it comes to protecting your skin from harmful UV rays from the sun, sunscreen is key.

Analysis: Māori call to action is history repeating itself

Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has called the outpouring of criticism by Māori “pretty unfair”.

Student nurses report living in cars, sheds to make ends meet

"The reality is the financial burden is real.”

National wants to ban gang patches in public

What happened when Whanganui did it?

The Labour policies that face being scrapped under National

So, which of Labour’s policies are being axed?

Analysis: Can Labour still rely on Pacific voters?

Indira Stewart hits the campaign trail in South Auckland to find out.

Analysis: The vibes from inside the TVNZ Young Voters’ Debate

1News' Anna Murray gives her audience member insight from last night's Youth Voter Debate.

‘Mushrooms on the wall’: Renters share their housing experiences

“I have never lived in a flat that didn’t form black mould.”

'No longer tenable': NZ suspends human rights dialogue with Iran

"Recent events continue to show Iran's position on human rights is deteriorating, not improving."

Christchurch students speak out over sexual assaults, rape in survey

The two surveys follow a similar report done at Christchurch Girls' High 15 months ago.

Half of NZers say no to Aotearoa becoming a republic – poll

Just over a quarter supported Aotearoa becoming a republic.

Opinion: Politics aside, why can’t we pronounce Gaurav Sharma correctly?

For the record, his name is pronounced “Shuhrr-ma”, not “Shaa-ma”.

Call for NZ to lift age of criminal responsibility

An advocate has called for NZ to raise its age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 12 immediately.

New book says brutal attack in NZ Land Wars never occurred

‘It’s making a lie of my nan, it’s making a lie of my mum.’

NZ Government taking 'glacially slow' action on climate change

Climate Change Minister James Shaw said it was clear "we have a lot more to do."

The govt wants to ban cash payments for watches and boats to tackle gangs

As well, discharging a gun to intimidate could be punishable by up to five years in prison.

NZ to stay at Orange, Covid reinfection rules change

New Zealand moved to the Orange level of the traffic light system in mid-April.

'Horrifying' some think trans women will ruin women's sport - athlete

Mountain biker Kate Weatherly's comments follow FINA's adoption of a new "gender inclusion policy".

  • 23 Jun 22

Rainbow Youth Tauranga building gutted in suspicious fire

“Our heart breaks for rainbow communities in Tauranga waking up to this news this morning.”

  • 16 Jun 22

Opinion: Rebel Wilson didn’t come out of the closet, she was pushed

"Irresponsible, salacious, and frankly shameful."

  • 13 Jun 22

How to swap your old gas heater for a free electric one in NZ

The Warehouse offering free upgrades for those wanting to swap off the gas.

NZ gang laws politically driven and have no impact, expert says

An expert says laws are often introduced for political reasons rather than that of policy making.

New bilingual traffic signs for schools

2000 schools across Aotearoa will eventually have school traffic signs signs in te reo and English.

ARISE head pastor 'steps aside' after claims of mistreating interns

Head pastor John Cameron "has voluntarily stepped aside from his pastoral duties".

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

"It literally looked like something from Microsoft Paint."

NZ scientists find solutions for the PPE waste crisis

The group hope that the innovations can help clean up the planet's medical waste.