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Why can we smell rain before it actually hits? That's this week's Breakfast Burning Question... and it turns out there's a name for it!
Could the HMS Endeavour have been lying in plain sight for 240 years?
Proof we've been eating the pudding - the latest data from the Dunedin study shows we're fatter than our parents.
‘They’re not offering enough’ – Housing NZ tenant rejects government apology for meth contamination evictions
Kathleen Paraha said the Housing NZ evictions took an enormous personal toll on those evicted, putting people in debt and often leading to drug use among those left homeless.
Researchers tested the 15-year-old children of teens who were studied in the 1980s, researcher Helena McAnally explained to Breakfast.
A two-week workshop looking into the risks of three re-entry options for the Pike River Mine is wrapping up, and 1 NEWS' Lisa Davies told Jack Tame experts are extremely confident they'll be able to re-enter.
Hayley pulled out of a date with the boys last night.
Do you know what our National Anthem actually means?
Want to go tramping in New Zealand's great outdoors but don't know where to start? Here's how first-timers can best ready themselves, according to Got To Get Out's Rob Bruce...