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Debate is stirring around the country on whether it should be mandatory to register and microchip all pet cats. What do you think?
Rugby has been a favourite sport for Kiwi kids for years, but it seems that trend is changing - why?
These Kiwi gymnasts are looking to compete at this year's World University Games, so Brodie Kane headed over to Tri Star Gymnastics to see what they've got.
As the clean-up continues in the South Island, it's awesome to see those keeping a sense of humour in trying times - as seen in these pictures! Photo credit: Sarah Webber Photography 😊
Labour's immigration policy could slash migrants by up to 30,000. What impact might that have?
'Seeing numbers decline at high school is interesting' – fewer young New Zealanders picking up rugby ball
AUT Sport and Recreation lecturer Sarah-Kate Millar says the decline could have an impact on the All Blacks and Black Ferns in years to come.
'That's a silly question' – Andrew Little and Jack Tame spar about effect of Labour's immigration policy on GDP
Labour wants to cut immigration by up to 30,000 people, and Jack wanted to know what effect that may have.
Some local bodies want to be given the opportunity to place greater restrictions on cats.
A vote will be held today on whether councils should introduce cat registration and micro-chipping across New Zealand. Do you support the idea?