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Daniel and Matty went head-to-head for this Survivor New Zealand challenge. One of them was a very sore loser.
It's one month until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day and speculation is flying after it has been revealed that The Spice Girls are invited.
The AA is calling for urgent funding for police to randomly test drivers at the roadside for drug intoxication, calling it New Zealand's "hidden killer". Do you support drug-driver testing?
Dylan Thompson of the AA says drug driving is a huge problem and very common on New Zealand roads.
Defence Force's Tina Grant who lost her husband in line of duty sat down and spoke with TVNZ1's Breakfast today.
“You never think ‘it’s going to be me’… that something terrible is going to happen. So when it does, it hits you like a brick.” Tina Grant’s husband was killed in the line of duty. Lack of a proper support system led to her working with Families of the Fallen, helping those who felt “alone” like her.
"In the last 30 years the food industry drove this whole breakfast thing, then three meals a day and snacks as the guidelines... it's just wrong." A new book called What the Fast is suggesting that skipping some meals will benefit Kiwis.
Sorry Matty... Jack didn't see you lurking over there. 😂🤦🏻♂️