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Life coach Sally Anderson has a moko kauae... but the thing is, she's not Maori. She got the tattoo several years ago and says it represents a turning point in her life. But it's caused controversy with many saying moko kauae is only for Maori women.
Wellington's harbourside community of Petone has just become the country's most sought after rental spot. Trade Me says an apartment there was the nation's most popular rental last month, with 85 inquiries in just two days. So what's Petone got that makes it so hot?
A pākehā life coach has ignited a storm of criticism after she used her moko kauae for her company's branding. Sally Anderson's been accused on commercialising the sacred tattoo, which many believe is reserved only for Māori women. What do you think?
Fire brigades across the country are dealing with dwindling volunteer numbers. But in the town of Wellsford, they've found a solution by tapping into the local high school.
Is it the association between electric vehicles and 'hippy cars' that's stopping you from buying one? Henrik Moller wants to prove that the alternative to your gas-guzzling automobile isn't actually that bad. More tonight.
There’s nothing like a Jeremy Wells motivational speech to really get you pumped for the day ahead. Luckily Jeremy Wells the horse had the actual J.W on standby for a bit of pre-race prep.
It’s good bye to selfies, autographs, voting & bare legs for Meghan Markle, because marrying a royal comes with a whole lot of rules. Is there a rule you made your partner agree to before getting married?
She can sing, she can dance and in Tamati Rimene-Sproat's expert opinion... gurl got that thang! Hip-hop artist RAZÉ is tipped to take out a gong at this week's Pacifika Music Awards and is being touted as the next big thing in New Zealand hip hop.