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Increasing penalties for dealing synthetic drugs is "naive nonsense" according to Peter Dunne, who says the only way to solve the problem is by testing products for their risk and selling them through regulated stores.
Welcome home Adam, Corey and Carl! Our Winter Paralympians are still basking in the success of NZ's most successful games since 2002, calling it "an honour and a privilege to be able to represent our country".
Get back here, Daniel!
Winter Paralympians reflect on PyeongChang success - 'An honour and a privilege to be able to represent our country'
Adam Hall, Corey Peters and Carl Murphy spoke on TVNZ1's Breakfast this morning.
Coaching manager Luke Morriss said there is a risk with texts between coaches and kids, but it remains a useful communication tool.
'Naive nonsense' – Peter Dunne says bill increasing penalties for synthetic cannabis treats symptoms, not the cause
The former Associate Health Minister says Simeon Browns bill, currently before parliament, is simply an easy win for him - but it will not solve the problem.
Councillors in Wellington have decided pets can travel on public transport. Your pet has to able to fit in a cage or sit on your lap. Should the law be the same everywhere?
Congratulations to this little guy James from Feilding, who has won our Ed Sheeran ticket competition! Thanks to everyone who entered, including these honourable mentions...
It was a "light bulb moment" which led to Nick Carrol creating E plates for elderly drivers, when an angry driver dangerously overtook his grandmother one day. With the number of Kiwi drivers over 70 at an all time high - do you think E plates are a good idea?
One racial equity educator says we have some "catching up to do" when it comes to talking about race. "New Zealand has quite a racially diverse population and with it comes many opportunities to understand people."