The first ever Over 50s Cricket World Cup is in full swing! We caught up with the Kiwi squad captain to find out how the team’s been preparing.
That 12.5 per cent bottle of wine you bought at the supermarket could legally be 11 per cent.
The Waiheke Walking Festival is here – reporter India Leishman chucked her trainers on and hit the tracks.
If you have an iPhone – this cursor trick is going to change your life, we promise.
Finally, scientists say they’ve uncovered how and why wombats produce cube-shaped poo. The more you know...
"It's time to turn off the tap, and start turning on the solutions... until we get these fellas clean and sober we can't help them." Giving a gold coin isn't helping the lives of the homeless, Te Tuinga Whanau Support Services says, as Tauranga City Council votes to ban begging and rough sleeping.
Many kids are in pain while waiting, NZ Dental Association president Dr Bill O'Connor tells Breakfast.
'It can make a difference' - Massey University professor talks 1.5 per cent leeway on wine alcohol content labels
Massey University professor Andy Tower joined Breakfast this morning to discuss why it could cause issues.
Fees-free tertiary policy 'unfair' as Kiwis on low income pick up $2.8 billion cost: National’s associate education spokesman
Simeon Brown labelled the four-year policy unfair and a failure, with less people involved in tertiary education in its first year.
Dogs are set to be banned from Auckland beaches between 10am and 7pm over summer. The new council by-law is likely to come into force next year.
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