“I was scared to come here and be bullied."
“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.
From today, all vaping devices sold in NZ will need to have removeable or replaceable batteries.
“I hope that our people in power can actually recognise and identify that this is a problem."
“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.
“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 love a thrifty queen."
“There's nowhere here that you need to be dressed up to go. This is us. This is how we are.”
Megan Prentice's best friend Sophia Crestani died in an overcrowded flat party in 2019.
Tributes have been flowing in for the Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei leader.
“The history of the kūmara goes way back; it’s in our DNA, it’s in our whakapapa."
Taranaki locals tell us about the nightlife in New Plymouth two years into a pandemic.
“It’s worth asking … what could we do?"
They’d like to join the larger protest at Parliament, but they can’t get on a boat.
Why is sunscreen in NZ so expensive?
Freedivers Reremoana and Dion have built their love along the seabed of Tairāwhiti/Gisborne.
“The country was divided on the issue, as were the members in Government.”
“My dream was to have this place full of people.”
We meet mates Josh and Billy, both 14. They show us what life is like in Hokianga.
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori has a long and significant history, and we all should learn about it.
Te Matatini is the national Kapa Haka competition that has been held every two years since 1972.
“It restricts Māori ability to have an impact in these elections.”
Every five or six years, Māori voters have the choice to swap between the general electoral…
"I’ve always known who I am.”
NZ doubled our dairy cows in 30 years, but it took 600% more fertiliser | Milk and Money | Episode 3
“We don’t exactly know how many cows we could sustain, but it’s a hell of a lot less than we have."