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"The greatest resource a young person can have is their parent." How do you talk about the facts of life with your kids? Attitude presenter Nathanial told Pippa when it's the best time to talk birds and bees.
Around 80 per cent of women suffer from post-natal depression symptoms after giving birth, while 15 per cent of men also feel the same in the first week. Our resident psychologist told Pippa Wetzell how to make sure you're prepared for the ebbs and flows of pregnancy emotions.
Simon Bridges says it makes sense for police to open a new investigation into the Pike River explosion, but it's important that politicians "stay out of it".
A new charity has been launched to help pets during natural disasters and emergencies after more than 1000 pets were left to fend for themselves during last year's Edgecumbe flood.
Sunday TVNZ has looked into gay conversion therapy, which is offered to "cure" people who find themselves attracted to the same sex. It's illegal in some parts of the world, but not in New Zealand. Jack Tame talked to Jim Marjoram, who went through the process and now runs a support group for people too afraid to come out.
The National Party leader spoke on Breakfast today.
Animal Evacs Steve Glassey says pets are often left behind during disasters and emergencies and they want to change that.
How racist are we, New Zealand? Debate has kicked off once again after an Auckland woman was told to "go back to China".
Parents in the US may be stuck with a $190,000 bill, after their child knocked over an unprotected sculpture at a community centre.