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German police are waiting at the aiport looking for truant families. Children are legally required to regularly attend school. So is taking them out of class for a holiday legal?
Is it OK to put a spare room in your rental property on Airbnb without your landlord's permission?
What's the secret to a perfect dessert pie? One pastry chef gave Jack Tame the answers this morning. Hint: make your own pastry!
Otago Uni staff threw out hundreds of copies of this week's student magazine because the cover showed a women menstruating. Should they have done this?
A Māori academic has condemned the motives behind Kiwi life coach Sally Anderson's moko, labelling it a mixture of "business branding" and "cultural appropriation" encouraged by a culture of "white privlidge". "She's a Pakeha woman who doesn't have any genealogical ties herself to Māori, so how do you wear something that represents your genealogy, when that's not your genealogy," Dr Lee-Penehira said.
The Kiwi actor whos made it in Hollywood spoke on TVNZ1's Breakfast today.
Dr Mera Lee-Penehira says it's not appropriate for the life coach to have a moko, as her genealogy is totally Pakeha.
Hayley confessed her childhood crush on Martin Henderson post-interview... little did she know he was still listening. 😂
The San Antonio Spurs are scrapping their cheerleading squad for a “family-friendly” alternative. It means no more women in skimpy outfits, and no more suggestive dance moves. The Spurs will have a co-ed hype team instead.