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"In the last 30 years the food industry drove this whole breakfast thing, then three meals a day and snacks as the guidelines... it's just wrong." A new book called What the Fast is suggesting that skipping some meals will benefit Kiwis.
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What do professional rugby players do when the big bucks stop? That's what sports writer Wynne Gray found out in his new book Rugby - The Afterlife, looking at how 23 former All Blacks adjusted after retirement.
"We struggle to catch these people... there are plenty of lasers out there in circulation. " The Airline Pilots Association is calling for a ban on high-powered laser pointers after two strikes in the same week.
Children who move schools frequently are less likely to complete NCEA, a new report has found.
AUT'S Professor and co-author Grant Schofield spoke about fasting on TVNZ1s Breakfast today.
"We've got thirteen schools on our waiting list at the moment... we need more support so we can get shoes to kids." As the temperature drops, thousands of Kiwi kids don't have shoes to keep their little feet warm and dry.
Inexperienced and new midwives being handed more complex and high risk cases, according to a new report. College of Midwives CEO told us lack of government funding has contributed to the problem.
A mother in the UK has caused a huge stir, after saying she doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with having a favourite child.