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Air New Zealand is charging Kiwis up to twice as much as their Aussie counterparts for the same flights. One aviation commentator says "it's about making that extra dollar on that last seat".
Calling all father figures - our boys need you. Have you got what it takes to be a Big Buddy to someone who needs it?
"It's been a long time... over a decade. Nurses have been very patient in taking relatively low offers and that has created some pressure." The clock's ticking for 27,000 Kiwi nurses as they prepare to vote on the latest pay deal from the country's 20 DHBs.
Big-name breweries, wineries and supermarkets are banding together to form a new lobby group, making sure responsible drinkers aren't forgotten. Is this necessary, or is it just promoting drinking?
'At what stage do they slow it down?' – Dairy industry head says increasing tobacco tax leading to more robberies
Tobacco products are becoming more and more attractive for thieves, Dave Hooker says.
Air New Zealand charging Kiwi customers more than Aussies due to 'market reach', says aviation commentator
Irene King talks about a MoneyHub report showing Air NZ's pricing in terms of the different markets.
The National Party leader spoke on Breakfast this morning.
"Why wouldn't we take it?" The new deal with the Opposition and the Green Party is a "no strings attached" trade, says Simon Bridges.
WIN ED SHEERAN TICKETS! We have one DOUBLE PASS for Saturday's sold-out Auckland concert. To win, we want to see your tribute to Ed. It can be a cover, lip sync, mural (lol)... anything! Send us your entry to email@example.com, and we'll draw a winner on Wednesday. Please note you must be able to pick the tickets up from TVNZ ahead of the concert.
It's that time of year when the Yellow Pages are doled out. Hundreds of thousands of these are printed every year, but do we really need them?