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Power spender, security saver, freedom seeker - what's your money personality? Nigel Latta says the answer has a huge influence on your life, which is what he's tackling in his new season of Mind Over Money.
It's one of the most important relationships in a little girl's life - so how can dads make sure they're getting it right?
"Things have got away on us... It's not the myth of a benefit family with ten or twelve children, it's everyday people who are struggling." The Salvation Army is urgently asking for help, saying that the number of "everyday people" in need now is at its worst since the last recession.
Lorraine Downes’ new book ‘Life, Loss, Love’ hits shelves today, and we’ve got two signed copies to give away. To win, simply tell us what year Lorraine won Miss Universe. We’ll draw a winner tomorrow!
Paula Bennett says National doesn't accept the Government's plan around coal. "It just seems absolutely ridiculous. We've got big grand statements about oil and gas exploration and yet here we have coal... and they're not doing work on that. I agree with 2030, to be honest."
Former Miss Universe Lorraine Downes says ‘this felt like the right time’ to launch new book Life, Loss, Love
Downes spoke with TVNZ1s Breakfast about her rise to fame and the death husband Martin Crowe.
The National deputy leader was asked to give a highlight and lowlight from the governments first six months.
'It's everyday people who are struggling' - Salvation Army says need for help greatest since Recession
Major Pam Waugh says her organisation believes poverty is becoming a national crisis and drastic action and help is needed.
"My grief still comes up and kicks me in my head because I'll never lose it, my grief is my love for Marty and I don't ever want to lose that. But I've still got this next chapter in my life and I'm ready for it... Marty's walking my journey with me, I feel him." Lorraine Downes told Jack Tame why it felt like the right time to launch her new book 'Life, Loss, Love'.
A grandmother in the UK has charged her daughter for babysitting the grandchildren. The mother had left the house fully stocked with food and expected her own mum to be happy to babysit. But when she returned home, her mother invoiced her.