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This robot has become an expert in finding Wally in less than five seconds, using facial recognition software to scan pages. "No kid wants him as a friend," according to Daniel Faitaua.
How do you teach kids another language when they're still learning the mother tongue? AUT's Sharon Harvey told Jack Tame a cash injection is needed into language learning.
Milennial couples are more open to talking together about their finances than older generations, according to a new study out of the US. EnableMe's Hannah McQueen said younger people discuss money more because they recognise it's harder for them than previous generations.
Should we be concerned about businesses delivering booze direct to your door? Alcohol Healthwatch says these types of services promote people "topping up" their alcohol consumption, while Alcoholic Beverages Council spokesperson Nick Leggett told Jack Tame "we shouldn't confuse convenience with harm".
The PM touted KiwiBuild as increasing supply while keeping existing home prices steady.
Nick Leggett of the Alcoholic Beverages Council says services which bring booze to your door on demand are just driven by demand.
“I don’t think New Zealand wants an economy that’s built solely on housing speculation and migration, those are not solid foundations. Our future lies in being innovative and being productive, making sure we add value to our exports." The Reserve Bank Governor insists NZ's economic outlook is upbeat, but surveys say business confidence remains in the dumps. Jacinda Ardern told Hayley Holt whilst business certainty is important, the government can't afford to stick to the status quo.
Dr Nicki Jackson said these types of services promote people "topping up" their alcohol consumption.
Pam in Palmy is our second Pass The Parcel winner for the day! She's taken home a Haier washing machine and dryer! We've still got a few days to go and plenty more prizes to give away - make sure you get your entries in before Thursday.
Congratulations to Ross from Matamata, who correctly answered our Pass The Parcel call this morning - taking home $500!