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How to approach strange dogs, and how to prepare your own dog for meeting people - according to Mark Vette - Animal Behaviourist.
Have you ever used your phone on the plane? It’s a contentious issue on the Breakfast team. So who are the “entitled millennials” and who is the “rule-abider” on the crew?
If you're reaching for the hot water bottle as the nights get chilly - you might want to think twice. Hundreds of Kiwis are burning themselves each year, and that number is on the rise.
“I look like I've been broken up with.” Breakfast reporter Andrew bravely followed in the footsteps of Matty this morning, in attempting to eat the world's hottest chilli.
Mr Harawira says the protest and 507-day occupation was an important part of modern Maori history.
Richard Barter from the Share to the Road explains the secret to the great commute
Ireland is set to take part in a historic vote on whether to relax their strict abortion laws. Can New Zealand expect a similar law change? Experts here say "there's a lot of hope".
Kiwi bus drivers with “attitude issues” are being encouraged to take part in workshops, where they’re made to cycle around Auckland traffic to up their empathy levels for commuters. Good idea, or just ridiculous?
Phil Twyford offered to resign after taking a phone call after the doors had closed on a plane. The PM refused to accept his resignation, although Twyford will no longer be the minister in charge of civil aviation.