Gaming often gets a bad reputation, with people saying it can promote anti social behaviour. But one company is defying that, and giving away free educational games focussing on upskilling them for jobs.
A Martial Arts Group from the Bay of Plenty is preparing to take on the world’s best sword fighters at the World Mulimpa Games in South Korea in July 1 News Reporter Sam Kelway went along for a chat and had a go with the sword. Did someone fill out a health and safety form?
In New Zealand we have one of the highest rates of death for children in the developed world when it comes to car crashes. Data collected suggests up to 80% of car restraints aren't correctly installed or used. If they're used correctly they can reduce risk of injury by more than 71%, and the risk of death by 28% A joint initiative by Police and Auckland Transport is trying to address this issue.
It's not every day you get to stand on a piece of art. Auckland Council is inviting you to just that on Saturday morning with their Soapbox Stories - paying homage to women's suffrage.
Tens of thousands of students are taking to the streets today, for the second time this year to strike for climate change action. From rallies, to marches, to tree-planting and beach clean-ups, our youth are doing all they can to bring attention to what they now believe is a climate crisis.
The Government announced it would broaden its debt target to between 15% to 25% of GDP by 2021- 2022 “This is a Government breaking a commitment to New Zealand”- National Finance Spokesperson, Amy Adams.
“Anybody who tells you that we should not be borrowing money at this point in time to invest in the future of New Zealand is fiscally illiterate”. Economist Shamubeel Eaqub has refuted National’s claim the Government’s plan to borrow more money is bad management.
School Strike for Climate organisers call on Government for cross-party support over zero carbon bill
Sophie Handford and Raven Maeder discussed what to expect for their second strike event.
Shamubeel Eaqubs comments come after the Government changed its debt target from 20 per cent of GDP to 15 to 25 per cent of GDP.
Party leader Hannah Tamaki talks about the newly formed party on Breakfast.
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