Some Kiwis love being in lockdown

We asked New Zealanders how they are coping with lockdown and if they can bear it being extended.

On Monday April 20 New Zealanders will find out…

Rediscovering Aotearoa: Podcast - Whānau | Family

Between 1950 and 1999, it’s estimated around 100,000 children were taken into state care. The majority of them were Māori, and many of them were abused.


The miracle baby born from a tough twin pregnancy

Tori’s pregnancy with her twins was a labour of love. Here she shares the amazing story of her miracle baby.


Did you know that babies have a reflex called the bradycardic response? When this reflex kicks in, a baby will instinctively hold its breath and open…


The computer, that good old 21st-century babysitter may not be so convenient any longer. A malicious avatar named Momo has been haunting kids and taunting parents…

Home schooling

Some do it for the lifestyle and others have more complicated reasons. We delve into the interesting world of homeschooling.