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This maunga has seen more than its breath-taking view. From poltically-charged tree-chopping, to boy racers, Maungakiekie, or One Tree Hill, has its fair share of stories to tell.
Snakes for hair and a stoney glare, meet the theatre makers using Medusa as muse to empower and revitalise feminism in Aotearoa.
Abortion is under the Crimes Act in New Zealand, with women having to jump through hoops in order to legally have one. Lara shares her story and explains why she thinks it should be removed from the Crimes Act.
"I'm a completely new person now." Brad was a professional wakeboarder, but after an accident left him paralysed, he's had to rediscover himself and his own happiness.
Nancy Wake fought for what she believed in, becoming number 1 on the Nazi Secret Police's most wanted list. We take a look at the Kiwi the SS called: The White Mouse.
2018 marks the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in Aotearoa. Let's keep leading the charge!
Sebastian A.K.A. Reno practises Street Fighter 5 in his Hamilton training room, but that's not all he does. Meet the gamer battling the 'basement dweller' gamer stereotype!
The Occupy movement was designed to open up debate around the problems of capitalism, but what did it actually achieve? And was that even the point?
In 1881 1,600 government troops invaded the West Taranaki settlement of Parihaka. This year, 135 years after the invasion, a reconciliation ceremony took place between ngā tāngata o Parikaha and the Crown.
It's time we talked about our mental health. Over the next few weeks, Re: will bring you 7 Kiwi mental health journeys, from Kaitaia to Canterbury. Here's a look at Not A Blanket Approach, brought to you with help from the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand.