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The Car of the Year has been crowned. What made the Honda Civic Type R come out on top? Hilary Barry and Matty McLean took it for a spin this morning.
From naked dating to on-the-spot weddings, is there anywhere else for reality TV to go?
Foetal alcohol syndrome's considered the leading preventable cause of intellectual and developmental problems, but one expert says it's often misunderstood.
The US is currently considering repealing laws which force internet providers to treat all internet data equally and Jordan Carter says that could be bad for NZ, and the world.
AUT University Pop Culture Lecturer Associate-Professor Lorna Piatti-Farnell say reality TV pushes cultural boundaries.
The Breakfast team battle it out on the merits of changing the prayer.
Remember the 3AM Civil Defence phone alarm that left Kiwis ropeable? It'll be happening again this Sunday night, but luckily we've all got a bit of warning this time.
The Parliamentary prayer is being changed to no longer include a reference to Jesus. National and New Zealand First are unhappy with the speaker's consultation process, but from Tuesday, Trevor Mallard will read a new prayer.
Men whose wives decide to keep their maiden name are perceived as being more feminine and having less power in the relationship, according to one study.