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"We don’t have to be worried this summer, we don’t have to feel like there’s an influx of sharks this year. Because they’re there every day of the week.” Some are predicting a rise in shark numbers due to how hot summer is tipped to be. But shark scientist Riley Elliot says education is key.
US entertainment reporter Sam Rubin gives his thoughts on what made the cut.
'Sharks don’t eat people for a living' - Shark expert says great white shark footage shows how intelligent they are
Shark biologist Riley Elliot says the shark was just reminding the diver who the apex predator is.
Bill English says the Government's half-year economic and fiscal update will show a lack of money left in the kitty. "Labour's created these very high expectations... people will see there won't be much money to meet these expectations."
It’s become a bit of a trend to get a photo of a crying toddler on Santa’s knee. There’s no doubt they can be hilarious - but is it a bit mean?
Wondering what to get one of the grandparents for Christmas this year? This mobility scooter which gets up to 100km/h might do the trick, especially if you live in Hilary Barry's neighbourhood.
How do you keep the kids in check - and yourself sane - this silly season? We pulled in the expert How to DAD for Christmas survival tips.
Turns out there's a scientific reason behind calling your significant other a cute pet name. We were discussing ours... before things turned slightly awkward.
Older Kiwis have been found to be some of the heaviest drinkers in the world. A third of over-50s consume alcohol on four or more days a week - is this normal?
PM says second Marsden Point pipeline issue highlights need for alternative - 'We need to expedite that work'
Jacinda Ardern says the second shutdown of the aviation fuel line to Auckland Airport shows a vulnerability she intends to fix.