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Metiria Turei says benefit fraud is ‘reality living on a benefit’ but will pay if back WINZ if required
Brodie was in checking out the National Roller Staking Championships.
Z Petrol stations have installed specially designed tobacco safes which make it hard for product to be stolen.
MetService forecaster Georgina Griffiths says the storm will bring heavier snow to some areas than last week's.
The Opportunities Party leader says the payment would replace other benefits.
Health and wellness advocate Makaia Carr says work/life balance is slowly slipping more towards work.
Dr David Newman says there should be guidelines for parents to ensure safe play on trampolines.
- Destiny Church doing ‘pretty poorly’ in filing annual returns as Charities Services considers new approach
1 NEWS NOW reporter Luke Appleby says the church tells him theyre working to file as soon as possible.
MR Barclay, Nationals Clutha-Southland MP has been accused of not working while still being paid.
- ‘There’s a risk it will draw people to the illness’ - Netflix film To The Bone about eating disorder debuts to controversy
Dr Roger Mysliwiec from the New Zealand Eating Disorder Clinic says the film could be harmful to those suffering from anorexia.
- Metiria Turei says benefit fraud is ‘reality living on a benefit’ but will pay if back WINZ if required
The Greens co-leader confessed she lied to WINZ while receiving a benefit to provide for her child.
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