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Act leader David Seymour given Barbie billboard makeover: David Seymour describes it as the 'greatest piece of vandalism' he has ever seen.
Watch live: ACT leader David Seymour announces law and order policy: The party's law and order policy also promises to disqualify gang members from holding a ...
'I love it': Seymour embraces Barbie billboard makeover: Act party leader David Seymour has been transformed into Ken from the Barbie movie in a ...
Vandalism of buildings a 'minor inconvenience' - pro-Palestinian group: A pro-Palestinian group says it "applauds" vandals who attacked the US embassy and ...
‘Very sweet milestone’: wild-born kiwi chicks are Wellington’s first in a century
At meeting with David Seymour, Wayne Brown calls for governmental legislative changes in Auckland
Shane MacGowan, lead singer of The Pogues, has died. 🔗 tinyurl.com/36vc7tzn
Quick Glance: Pogues Frontman Shane MacGowan Passes Away at 65
- The frontman of The Pogues, Shane MacGowan, has passed away at the age of 65.
- In recent years, MacGowan had been battling various health issues and was recently treated for an infection in Dublin.
- Thanks to the 1987 hit Fairytale Of New York, the Irish star will forever be associated with the festive season.
- MacGowan was known as a punk rebel and for his excessive lifestyle, which also took a toll on his health.
Kim Hill: The Jim Mora interview: On Saturday, Kim Hill brought the curtain down on a 38-year career at RNZ. After making her name as an unparalleled interviewer ...
Black Friday sales slump by 10 percent - Retail NZ: Retail NZ's chief executive says this year there were plenty of shoppers out and about - but they were buying ...
Quick Glance: Holiday Sales Surge Driven by Enthusiastic Shoppers
- Black Friday saw unadjusted year-over-year increases in both in-store and online retail sales.
- In-store sales jumped by over 1%, while e-commerce led with an 8.5% increase.
- The majority of shoppers did their browsing and purchasing on their mobile devices, resulting in $5.3 billion in mobile sales.
- Adobe predicts that Cyber Monday will be the largest retail event of the year, generating a record $12 billion in sales, over 6% higher than last year.
New Zealand to ban mobile phones in schools: Prime Minister Christopher Luxon's government is looking to fight falling literacy rates.
Trapped Indian workers rescued from Himalayan tunnel: The construction workers were pulled out on wheeled stretchers through a 90cm wide steel pipe ...
Christopher Luxon's lack of control of Winston Peters 'does not bode well for future' - Hipkins
Luxon announces coalition, split deputy role for Peters, Seymour: Christopher Luxon, David Seymour and Winston Peters have signed a three-way coalition agreement ...
Te Horo Kilns opening to artists and the public: The Te Horo Kilns are set to open in December, and expected to be a destination spot for artists and visitors ...
Tax breaks instead: No more smoke-free future generations - New Zealand scraps plan
Chiefs and Blues take pre-season to Japan: The Blues and Chiefs are taking pre-season on the road this February, with the newly established 'Cross-Border Rugby ...
Te Pāti Māori co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer says smokefree reversal is ‘systemic genocide’
Quick Glance: Israel Crisis: Hostage Return, Truce Expiration
- Three of the released hostages hold German citizenship
- Qatar disclosed additional details on the exchanged hostages
- A Foreign Ministry spokesperson emphasized the urgent release of the remaining hostages
- Hamas released four Thai nationals and two Russians on Wednesday
Land return pivotal moment for Tauranga hapū: Two Tauranga hapū will be able to reconnect with their whenua with reserve land likely to be returned to them.
New Zealand on Air board member Andrew Shaw quits over comments about Winston Peters
New Zealand refuses to dock dirty cruise ship: A cruise ship was not allowed to dock in New Zealand because of a dirty hull. The passengers had to stay at sea ...
Public sector boss Steve Maharey resigns as chair of Pharmac and ACC: Steve Maharey has resigned as chairperson of the boards of Pharmac and the Accident ...
Barking mad: Aucklanders annoyed at Meola Road summer closure: Auckland residents are annoyed a popular road linking the suburbs of Westmere and Point Chevalier ...
National, Act, NZ First coalition talks: New Government imminent as policy agenda largely settled
The Ctrl-Z coalition: all the repeals and reversals planned by the new government
New government plans to review Treaty of Waitangi principles: The principles of the Treaty of Waitangi will come under review by the new government.
Indian boxer eyes history against super bantamweight world champion in Whangārei: Chandni Mehra challenges undefeated Mea Motu of New Zealand for her IBO world ...
With a boost from John Oliver, pūteketeke soars to first in New Zealand bird contest
Quick Glance: John Oliver's Unusual Campaign Influences New Zealand Vote
- Comedian John Oliver successfully campaigned for an unusual bird in New Zealand's Bird of the Century contest.
- With his humorous campaign, he managed to displace the iconic national bird, the kiwi.
- Vote checkers in New Zealand were so overwhelmed by Oliver's foreign interference that they had to postpone the announcement of the winning bird for two days.
- The annual event aims to raise awareness about the fate of the nation’s native birds, some of which are threatened with extinction.
Councillor says Wellington mayor Tory Whanau should resign - 'It's not working': A Wellington City councillor says mayor Tory Whanau isn't able to give "the 150 ...
'It's tragic': Palau's Whipps Jr slams NZ govt's oil and gas exploration plans: Palau's President has slammed New Zealand's new government for its oil and gas ...
Learning without distraction: New Zealand bans cell phones in schools: Annoying ringing in the classroom: There are complaints about the use of smartphones in ...
'There is a deep sense of peace in this whare': Five thousand balls of wool and a "kaupapa of joy" have been woven together to create what ...
Hamilton Uber Nan Shelley Winiana provides a ride with a side of cookies: Hamilton “Uber Nan” Shelley Winiana doesn’t just get people from A to B ...
Figures show housing market is turning: Latest figures from Trade Me show the housing market is starting to turn. Its Property Price Index for October shows ...
New government: U-turn on smoking ban causes outcry in New Zealand: New Zealand's conservatives have announced that they will overturn the planned smoking ban ...
Sevens star signs longest contract offered to a women’s player in NZ: Rising sevens star Jorja Miller has committed to New Zealand Rugby and the Black Ferns ...
Christopher Luxon: New Zealand's new government wants to weaken strict anti-tobacco laws
Expect more shark sightings on NZ beaches as summer approaches - DOC: DOC has advice on keeping safe in the water after a large shark was spotted near Rabbit ...
Hamilton beachgoers split on council's $1.7m makeover plans: Wellington Street Beach might not be Piha or Anchorage Bay but in the landlocked city of Hamilton ...
Covid-19 still NZ's 'biggest infectious disease problem' - Michael Baker: Covid-19 booster vaccines are essential to help stem the tide of a fifth wave of the ...
Quick Glance: Epidemiologist Urges Covid-19 Booster Vaccines
- Booster vaccines are crucial to curb the fifth wave of Covid-19, according to epidemiologist Michael Baker.
- Low uptake is due to lack of awareness about eligibility for boosters.
- Those over 30 can get a booster if it's been over six months since their last dose or infection, says the Otago University professor.
- Boosters are especially vital for those over 75, Māori and Pasifika over 65, or individuals with underlying health conditions, Baker emphasizes.
2023 New Zealand Podcast Awards: RNZ wins Best Publisher third year in a row: RNZ has had a stellar year at the 2023 New Zealand Podcast Awards; winning Best ...
Tory Whanau, Nicola Young and the rumour that overtook the story: A genuine news story quickly became a springboard for rumour and speculation ...
Focus: Auckland car importer awaits its biggest EV shipment as sales expected to surge
The first batch of customers for the Black Friday sales at Takashimaya enters the store as its shutter opens at 10am on Nov 24 ... Show more
Quick Glance: Black Friday Disappoints UK Shoppers
- Sales in cash terms are expected to be on a par with 2022, but prices are higher due to inflation, meaning fewer items will be sold.
- Online activity was flat and footfall at shopping destinations was down by more than 5%.
- Black Friday is no longer a single-day event, but now starts in November and runs for several weeks.
- Some retailers saw a slight uplift, but sales are only expected to increase by 0.4% over last year, according to analysis by GlobalData for Vouchercodes.co.uk.
Playing Favourites with Kim Hill: After 21 years, Kim Hill has hosted Saturday Morning for the final time. In the final hour of the show ...
Green Party launches petition to keep ban on offshore oil and gas exploration: The Green Party has launched a petition urging the new government to keep the ban ...
Virgin Australia plans to revive Air New Zealand partnership: Virgin Australia plans to rekindle its partnership with Air New Zealand, paving the way to earn and ...
Superannuation Fund: Aotearoa reaping rewards of Michael Cullen's creation - outgoing CEO
Australia underline big-match credentials with stunning India takedown: India dominate the business side of global cricket by virtually every metric but ...
Their desperate parents have had their worst fears confirmed. 🔗 tinyurl.com/missingteenscampingnzh
Quick Glance: Tragic Car Accident in North Wales
- Four teens from Shrewsbury found in overturned car in Gwynedd.
- Mother of Harvey Owen describes the incident as a nightmare.
- Girlfriend of Wilf Fitchett speaks out about her loss.
- Statements from Lisa Corfield regarding the tragic event.
Watch: Christopher Luxon, new ministers sworn in at Government House: Christopher Luxon has been officially sworn in as New Zealand's 42nd prime minister.
The future of transport is electric: Countries need to get the policy mix right to encourage the switch to electric vehicles, or dependence on fossil fuels will ...
Tui oil field decommissioning hits bump in the road: The vessel being used for the project is leaving New Zealand waters without completing the full scope of the ...
Sam Cane says All Blacks should be able to play overseas: New Zealand Rugby should consider reviewing rules that prohibit the selection of nationals playing ...
Coalition government has unleashed 'multi-headed taniwha': Politicians and Treaty experts explain what might happen next as the Government readies for ...
Māori data programme celebrates graduation of first apprentices: A Māori data programme in Manawatū is celebrating the graduation of its first data apprentices.
Shami enters legend territory to help India overcome '40 minutes of bad cricket': Mohammed Shami is operating at a level never seen before as his third 5-wicket ...
Christopher Luxon’s Government on the defensive after a ragged start - Audrey Young
South Island's first moa footprints are millions of years old - study: Researchers have discovered the first moa footprints found in the South Island date back ...
David Seymour touts ACT's deputy PM qualifications: The ACT Party leader says having the second-largest government party with the second-biggest role makes sense ...
The Detail makes Apple's end-of-year top 10 podcasts list: The Detail has been named one of New Zealand's favourite podcasts for 2023 on the Apple Podcasts ...
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