Young Māori CEOs on how te ao Māori is the grounding for success

“I want to show our rangatahi they can achieve executive levels.”

A young father shows us how he lives on the benefit | Show Us Your Money

A young father shows us his life on the Jobseeker Benefit.

Charmaine Smith - Full time cop and rugby player.

Charmaine Smith keeps our streets safe as a full-time cop AND represents Aotearoa in the Black Ferns. We struggle to get out of bed on a…

Why are we being taught stuff that's gonna be taken over by robots anyway?

Some research says accountants have a 95% chance of having their job taken over by robots. Is there any point still studying accounting??

Cricketer by choice, physio by necessity

Anlo plays a level of cricket that would mean she'd be a professional... if she was a man. Instead, she's also a physiotherapist to make…

West Coast ghost towns

They were once booming with industry and gleaming with gold - now you'd be lucky to spy a soul in these creepy West Coast ghost towns.

Waimangaroa Fire Station's Senior Firefighter is a 20 year old woman

Waimangaroa Fire Brigade is a real whānau affair for 20-year-old Carmen, who's the senior firefighter at the tiny West Coast town's volunteer service alongside her Mum…

Pasifika in Southland

At the very bottom of Te Wai Pounamu lies one of the smallest Pasifika communities in Aotearoa. We asked the Pacific Island Advisory and Cultural Trust…

The woman who fought to say 'kia ora'

In 1984 Dame Rangimarie Naida Glavish was almost fired for saying 'kia ora'. We take a look at how her protest paved the way for Te…

What came of the Occupy Movement?

The Occupy movement was designed to open up debate around the problems of capitalism, but what did it actually achieve? And was that even the point?

Brekfist: Power

Saraid and Johanna are serving up a hot plate of power this morning! When do you feel most powerful?

Workplace Bullying in Aotearoa

Bullying doesn't just happen in the schoolyard, it seems workplace bullying can also be an everyday occurrence. These personal stories have opened our eyes and it's…

Amazing NZ women

From politicians to pilots, there's no shortage of amazing wāhine hailing from the Land of the Long White Cloud ?here are just a few...

Paving the way for women in politics: Elizabeth Yates

In 1893 Elizabeth Yates was elected the mayor of Onehunga, making her the first female mayor under the British Crown ????

Is it possible to make it as a Kiwi in London?

Emily started creative agency Phantom with a couple of mates in 2013. We got the chance to talk to her about how she thinks hailing from…

Playing rugby in Romania

Ōtautahi's Mike Stewart is repping New Zealand in Romania, playing rugby in Timisoara.

Comedian by day, Uber driver by night

Tarun Mohanbhai has a secret double life: during the day he's getting folks from A to B in his standard issue Toyota Prius as an Uber…

Joel is one of the youngest commercial pilots in NZ

If you thought being a pilot was impressive enough, meet Joel. He's just 22 & one of New Zealand's youngest commercial pilots ✈️??

Girlboss: Helping teen girls become tech leaders

It's difficult to start-up a business at any age, let alone as a teenager! Alexis schools us in how to be a total GirlBoss, encouraging young…

Inside Out Cafe

"I think that my prison sentence has probably built a better future for me" - These Kiwi inmates are getting a chance to prove themselves and…

Karma Cola - a social enterprise in Sierra Leone

They're putting the karma back into your cola... Karma Cola are quenching Kiwi's thirst for fairtrade goods, all with a humble nut!

I was addicted to P

Andy's journey using P began at 19. It took over 10 years for Andy to shake the addiction, get clean and start a new life. He's…

nisa, the underwear label made by refugee women in Wellington

With a dream to provide refugees with meaningful employment and encourage sisterhood, Elisha started nisa: an underwear company with a difference.

Sharesies - helping young Kiwis grow their money

Sonya and Brooke launched Sharesies in June this year to remove some of the complexities around investing and help young New Zealanders grow their money.

Should more women be considering building as a career?

Onehunga High School student Sophie believes women shouldn't be afraid to enter into this male dominated workforce.

Are Bachelor of Arts still relevant?

In the realm of tertiary education the BA has long been looked down upon by 'fancier' degrees with more letters in their titles. Why does it…

Top jobs... that kill

Can you guess which three industries are the most dangerous in terms of workplace deaths?

Gender Neutral Bathrooms - so everyone can wee and poo when they want

When you gotta go you gotta go, but what if there isn't a bathroom for you? ? Is it time more businesses adopted gender neutral bathrooms?…