‘We’ve got to keep promises’ – Human Rights Commission lists 39 issues for new Government to consider
Chief Human Rights Commissioner Paul Hunt told Breakfast the first step is warm, dry, decent homes.
Jean Te Huia also says the lack of data from Oranga Tamariki means it’s unclear whether uplifted children are still in New Zealand.
Chris Hipkins said Labour would like to continue working with the left-wing minor party.
Q+A host Jack Tame spoke to Breakfast from Washington, DC, ahead of the US election.
Tearfund's Annie Hollister Jones and Kathmandu's Gary Shaw discussed the aid organisation's special edition of its annual report.
The National Party leader said campaigning and the election was particularly tough on families of politicians.
Nicholas Rattenbury explained the significance of the NASA discovery on TVNZ1's Breakfast.
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