Jack Tame spoke with the protest leader as the land dispute enters its third week.
Jack Tame asks what Mr Orr thinks of the government's self-imposed debt restrictions.
The Royal Society Te Aparangi says new genetic technologies could be New Zealands future.
Permanent chlorination could be Christchurchs future, but the Christchurch Council ready to push back.
We meet some of New Zealands young candidates vying for local and regional council seats in the upcoming elections.
Simon Bridges defends National's cancer policy after Cancer Society says it will only fund three treatments
National want to fund an independent cancer agency and set up a $200 million fund dedicated to cancer drugs over four years.
Head of Trade Me motors Alan Clark talked about the increase in interested buyers on TVNZ1s Breakfast.
The Opposition would need to make a "massive turn" to work with the Greens, Marama Davidson and James Shaw say.
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