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Watching videos of someone eating food for an hour might seem like a strange thing to do - but it's become a growing viral trend, called Mukbang.
Congratulations to PM Jacinda Ardern and Clarke Gayford, from the Breakfast team! 👶🏻❤️
A Waikato Uni student is travelling to Thailand to sing to mistreated elephants. This morning she told Pippa Wetzell how music therapy will be helping the animals. If you’d like to donate, check out this link: http://www.kwanjaielephantfoundation.com/donate/
The UK is considering a social media curfew - should NZ follow suit?
“If we do decide to change cannabis laws, we should really do it in a careful way.” Canada has become the first G7 country to legalise the recreational use of cannabis. One drug policy expert told Jack Tame the move is “quite a big deal”, as Canada is “seen as a fairly sensible country”.
Teamwork makes the dream work.
Go Ōtepoti! Dunedin has been called New Zealand's most underrated city, with CNN saying the "low-profile" regional centre, has a "quiet, understated cool".
Matty McLean was in Methven this morning for the Fonterra Grass Roots Fund. If you have a group that needs support, click here to apply. https://www.fonterra.com/nz/en/what-we-stand-for/grass-roots-fund.html
Cantabrians - are the gloomy days getting to you? Christchurch is tracking towards it's darkest June on record, averaging less than one hour of sunshine per day this month.
The Garden City has averaged less than one hour of sunshine per day so far this month.