The end of the year can be an emotional rollercoaster. Our resident psychologist Jacqui gave us some tips for surviving the silly season, and looking ahead to 2019.
I think we can all sort of have a guess what my lowlight is, he told Breakfast today while reflecting on the year.
‘The least any government should be doing’ – Simon Bridges hits out and $1.4 billion road safety programme
The Opposition leader also used his last appearance of the year on Breakfast to take a swing at the Auckland tram project.
Road Safety Educations Maria Lovelock says the spending is a good start, but helping people avoid making mistakes in the first place would be of benefit.
Simon Bridges is coming down hard on the Government's plan to spend $1.4 billion fixing some of New Zealand's most dangerous road, saying it needs to be more efficient.
Simon Bridges jokingly thanked "my family, my friends, my producers..." after his 'Paula Benefit' gaffe won him quote of the year.
Is it sexist for wives to take their husband's name? It’s wedding season - but isn’t it time to challenge an old tradition?
Our second to last week with you for 2018, Breakfast viewers! And what a week it was. ✨💛
In order to meet the recommendations of the Government's mental health and addiciton report, experts say our psychologist workforce needs to at least quadruple.
By next June, the Government now predicts it will have a $1.7 billion surplus - with the economy growing by three per cent over the next two years.
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