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F45, Grit, HIIT - if these phrases don't mean much to you, you're not alone. They're the most popular fitness trends taking off across New Zealand, as explained to Jack Tame this morning.
Need a new book to sink your teeth into? Here are the titles that made this year's Whitcoulls Top 100...
It's the unseen epidemic that affects 40,000 - 50,000 Kiwis, but the good news is there's a cure for Hepatitis C and the treatment is heavily subsidised. Do you know the symptoms?
“Love is love. Love will triumph and Francis will be wonderfully happy, growing up in a very happy and loving family.” A gay Kiwi couple who are new parents to a six-week old baby boy - born to a surrogate - say their many years jumping through legal hoops and fighting social stigma will be worth it if parenthood is made easier for other same-sex couples.
A Salvation Army survey has found nearly half of Kiwis have gone without heating, while 37 per cent have skipped a meal as winter costs bite. "The results are really surprising at how widespread people are struggling this winter," Salvation Army's national practice manager Jono Bell told Jack Tame.
Simon Bridges says he's striving to help Kiwi beneficiaries help themselves, by calling for harsher sanctions on their payments from the Government. "Someone who is seeking a job and gets a job is better esteemed, they have better purpose, and life outcomes. We shouldn't be giving up on them and say 'we've got no expectations, you just sit there on the dole, all is going to be OK'."
Tyla Nathan-Wong and Kelly Brazier spoke to Breakfast after their World Cup win yesterday.
Salvation Army National Practice manager Jono Bell spoke to TVNZs Breakfast this morning.
Simon Bridges says ‘we should expect more of’ beneficiaries, who aren’t sanctioned enough by government
The National leader claimed NZ beneficiary numbers have risen under the Government, and its not fair on taxpayers.
Congratulations to the Black Ferns - NZ is so proud! Tyla Nathan-Wong and Kelly Brazier described how it felt to perform their unique haka. "You kind of just black out."