Jack Tame went to Lyttelton to meet Ben Brown, Aotearoa’s first Reading Ambassador.
Author Tim Marshall says NZ will find it hard to stay on side with both America and China.
Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson says it needs to be confident outbreaks in Australia are contained and under control.
Principal scientist Sam Dean says we "can't just rely on planting trees".
Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan and Lower Hutt’s Campbell Barry say they still need more information before deciding if they’ll support the Three Waters reform.
Harry Tam, the controversial figure behind the Kahukura programme and a lifetime honourary Mongrel Mob member, gave Jack Tame an exclusive interview.
Poto Williams told Q+A that Harry Tam, organiser of the Kahukura programme, is glamorising the gang lifestyle, despite his company receiving Government funding for its work.
Dr Deepti Gurdasani, a UK epidemiologist, says she’s very worried about Boris Johnson’s Freedom Day plans and wants the whole world to continue to pursue elimination strategies against Covid-19.
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