Media

07:44
Marae sat down and talked to the Once Were Warriors author.

'What have I got to say to my critics? Nothing' – author Alan Duff on tough upbringing, writing Once Were Warriors, and clashing with a cameraman

Mr Duff told TVNZ1's Marae that after writing Once Were Warriors, he woke up and told his wife "I think I've made history".

Adshel poster sites and ad screens seen in NZ snapped up by oOh!media

oOh!media has won a bidding war with $570m, beating rival suitor APN Outdoor.

01:31
Grant Robertson overjoyed for Jacinda Ardern, Clarke Gayford and their baby girl

Watch: How the world's media reacted to news of Jacinda Ardern’s baby

It wasn't just the big media players of the Western world taking an interest.

Trump catches media off-guard with unexpected and shambolic news conference

Reporters shouted questions at the president for 20 minutes on the White House lawn.

01:49
Jacinda Ardern said New Zealanders "aren't really inclined to share a judgement on it, they just wish you well".

Jacinda Ardern's labour-inducing starter pack - Curries, curbs and pineapples

Prime Minister to do all the tricks to induce labour at once.

01:40
Ms. Arden, who is due to tomorrow, says she’s been warned of the sleep deprivation

Kiwi parents share top-baby-tips with ready-to-burst PM Jacinda Ardern

Ms. Arden, who is due to tomorrow, says she’s been warned of the sleep deprivation.

02:00
The New Zealand police have apologised to Dirty Politics author Nicky Hager from their 2014 investigation into the book and will pay damages and legal costs.

Nicky Hager receives apology from police and 'substantial damages' over Dirty Politics investigation

Mr Hager, a journalist, had his home raided in 2014 as part of the investigation.

01:50
TVNZ and NZ On Air are today celebrating the launch of their band new children’s media platform

HEIHEI, the ad-free streaming platform aimed at Kiwi kids launches: 'a safe, online place where they can see themselves'

TVNZ and NZ On Air are today celebrating the launch of their brand new children’s media platform.

03:30
Mark Crysell, Louisa Cleave and Martin Anderson have a great yarn about getting their way into the secretive north.

'We thought our chances were zero' - how TVNZ 1 Sunday journalists got into North Korea

Mark Crysell, Louisa Cleave and Martin Anderson have a great yarn about getting into the secretive north.

Listen: Simon Barnett reveals wife Jodi has a brain tumour, as he struggles to hold back the tears on air - 'I get so scared'

The more FM radio host's wife suffered a seizure on April 29 he described as "beyond horrible".

03:57
Tammy Wells should be instantly recognisable  to any New Zealander after three decades on our screens.

'How lucky am I?' Briscoes lady' celebrates 30th year as Kiwi advertising legend

Tammy Wells should be instantly recognisable to any New Zealander after three decades on our screens.

Toni Street took to Facebook to reveal she has been suffering with jaundice.

Most read: 'Spiders underneath your skin' - Toni Street reveals true extent of her debilitating liver condition in new interview

The broadcaster, who had been in and out of hospital in recent weeks, told her Hits co-hosts she had an adverse reaction to some antibiotics.

05:14
Amanda Evans has visited the reclusive Christian community three times and says she simply doesn’t see the dark realities the media enjoys repeating.

'People genuinely seem relaxed and happy' - Gloriavale series producer says life inside the community very different to what people think

Amanda Evans says she's only every seen a positive side during her three all-access visits. Gloriavale: The Return will be available on TVNZ Ondemand this month.

Watch: Reporter makes hasty recovery after being caught off guard while live on air in Russia

Maria Ryabova didn't get her cue, but managed to recover her poise.

Simon Barnett's wife Jodi in recovery after having successful operation on two brain lesions

Jodi was rushed to hospital on Thursday April 29 after being afflicted by a "massive fit".

1 NEWS reporter Katie Bradford opens up about online abuse: 'If you're having a bad day that stuff's really hard'

Bradford spoke about the emotional impact of cyber-bulling in her job, on The Inside Word on TVNZ's Duke channel.

Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran's voicemail message from RNZ former chair released in wake of Carol Hirschfeld controversy

Hirschfeld resigned from her senior management job at RNZ after a meeting with Curran in December 2017.

RNZ chairman Richard Griffin fronted up at Parliament again to set the record straight over the Carol Hirschfeld saga

Dr Jim Mather named as new chair of Radio New Zealand

He's a former chief executive of Maori Television and current head of Te Wananga o Aotearoa.

01:43
Dave Ward has made a stand, prompting NZME to investigate how the instruction was given.

Radio ad man turns down job after asked to pronounce Maori place name 'the white way'

Dave Ward has made a stand, prompting NZME to investigate how the instruction was given.

Watch the Opposition’s leader's full interview on April 3.

National won't call for Clare Curran’s resignation over RNZ scandal but Simon Bridges says it highlight 'shambles' of Labour-led government

Speaking on TVNZ1's Breakfast today Mr Bridges said: "I think what's so concerning is the cover up. It's taken parliament, effectively opposition, [to] tease this out."

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