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Would Winston Peters like to be doing the media circuit with Jacinda Ardern? "You know I adore the media when they're responsible and professional. But when they go rogue and think they can do a cowboy act on me, it doesn't really work."
Want to quit smoking? Don't go cold turkey.
Did you dread PE at school? It might be time to rethink that attitude and completely overhaul the way we teach the subject.
Jacinda Ardern spoke to an audience of millions when she appeared on NBC's Today show overnight. Of course, baby Neve was a hot topic of discussion.
“Without being nasty on MBIE... if NASA had had those sort of calculations, I think Neil Armstrong would still trying to be find the moon." Acting PM Winston Peters says a recent report from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment's blown the cost of banning future offshore oil and gas exploration out of proportion.
The deputy prime minister was appalled that the opposition leader and housing spokesperson could make the meth crook claim about mostly innocent Housing NZ tenants.
Less than 10 per cent of those who try cold turkey are successful.
#Latest Baby Neve's making waves on the world stage! Please note the PM's office has given us approval to share these pictures, saying they are in a public sphere during public duties.
‘I have been forced to do it’ - Breakfast’s Hayley admits she’s stood in a car park to reserve a spot
Video was shot recently of an Auckland woman and child standing in a spot and it got the Breakfast crew talking.
Paul Dansted from MPI said the discovery of a needle in a punnet of strawberries in Auckland was under investigation but he was concerned the risk could be blown out of proportion.