Labour leader Chris Hipkins has called for an immediate ceasefire.
With special votes left to be counted, what the incoming government looks like is still undecided.
“I was scared to come here and be bullied."
“This fear-mongering is an absolute flipping over of what’s correct and who poses a threat to who.”
“Knowing who you are, where you come from and who you represent is pretty important.”
We talked with young people about the cost of living crisis and how it will impact their vote.
The cost of living has skyrocketed since the pandemic began.
From today, all vaping devices sold in NZ will need to have removeable or replaceable batteries.
“It appeals to the New Zealand DIY spirit."
“I hope that our people in power can actually recognise and identify that this is a problem."
“It is essential to recognise that not all students have partners,” a student says.
Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin are getting a new regular drug checking service.
Re: News won best specialist publication at this year's NZ media awards.
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“Endometriosis care, as it currently is, is just not acceptable."
“It didn’t turn out as a peaceful protest but that usually always happens when two groups collide."
Thousands of counter-protesters showed up and shouted “go home Posie” on Saturday.
Here’s how it might impact your long-wear makeup.
“There's no other way to say it - I wanted to kill them. I was gonna kill them."
“We've lifted up that sense of kaitiakitanga and tiakitanga for people."
“What’s the point in being successful if you can’t help people along the way?”
Who runs the world? Bees.
We spoke to iwi historian Che Wilson about this.
"It basically feels like spending the weekend in the sun, which is kind of rare these days."
“Data is really powerful ... it's quite precious. It's taonga."
A train has derailed, a bridge has collapsed and houses caught in landslides near Tauranga.
Auckland is in a state of emergency due to "unprecedented" flooding and rain.
The first of six complainants gave evidence today.
NZ will observe a one-off public holiday on Monday, September 26, to mark our memorial for the Queen
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