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Heartbreak Island's latest eliminees Kristian and Tiffany got an absolute grilling from superfan Matty McLean this morning, after he got a hunch there was more to their story than they were letting on. So did the pair find love... with each other? "The drama keeps going, it's like we never left."
Uber's announced an ambitious plan to roll out air taxis within the next five years called Uber Elevate. The app's product head told Pippa Wetzell the vehicles would be piloted, but ultimately Uber intends for them to fly autonomously.
Our aging demographic means the lack of palliative care medical students receive is "woeful", experts say. But Dr Sam Hazeldine told Jack Tame that's only one of a number of ways in which the focus of the medical profession needs to change.
Winston Peters has this morning expressed his "sympathy" for nurses in their ongoing pay dispute with DHBs, but stressed the Government can't be expected to "fix everything up after six months".
"Our building code is not very good… In the club of rich countries, we’re at the bottom." Economist Shamubeel Eaqub's called for better quality homes to be built through the Kiwibuild scheme, telling Pippa Wetzell "we shouldn’t accept that Kiwi homes are damp and cold".
Captain Fiaoo Faamusili says its a proud moment for womens rugby.
He's calling for better quality homes to be built through the Kiwibuild scheme.
Molenberg has been announced as the Black Ferns first ever sponsor! Renee Wickliffe and Fiao'o Fa'amausili told Jack Tame what this means for the women's rugby world champions.
“The younger person will do themselves a great deal of physical advantage if they got off their big half acre and gave it to the older person.” Winston Peters weighed in on our poll this morning, and there’s no mistaking where he stands on the issue of young people giving up their seats on public transport for adults.
Young people no longer have to give up their seats to older people on public transport in Wellington. The rule was considered discrimination, and older passengers will have to rely on people’s manners instead.