Human Rights lawyer Sonja Cooper shared her doubts with Hayley Holt about the government’s move to include “faith-based institutions” in its inquiry into the abuse of children in state care, saying the expansion will make little difference.
‘We have hundreds of meetings over the course of a month’ - Kelvin Davis defends MP Shane Jones’ failure to disclose 61 meetings
The Acting PM spoke to Breakfast this morning about government transparency and Mr Jones billion-dollar regional development fund.
The Government says it’s comfortable with the 1950 - 1999 time limit set for the Royal Commission’s inquiry into state and church care abuse. Acting Prime Minister Kelvin Davis spoke to Jack Tame about the inquiry’s time parameters, acknowledging that those who’ve been in state care since 1999 will also have the opportunity to have their say.
‘Potential financial disaster in the years to come’ – financial expert talks 60 per cent increase in Kiwisaver hardship withdrawals in two years
Canstar New Zealands Emma Quantrill joined Breakfast this morning to discuss why more and more New Zealanders are dipping into their Kiwisaver.
Fair Go has looked at the ethics of what to do when you find cash. If it’s more than $50 you should hand it in to police. But what about at work?
Last call for the amazing trip for two to Millbrook Resort, Queenstown! Thanks to our friends at Dilmah Tea you could be enjoying the ultimate high tea experience, just click below to enter!
The Breakfast crew were verrrry excited about new chairs.
Space is now a reality for small satellites after Rocket Lab successfully launched its first commercial payload into space. CEO Peter Beck described it as a "giant shift in the industry".
The Ministry of Education is urging teachers to take the deal they're being offered, which they say amounts to $690 million over four years.
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