The campaign includes collector cards available in Weet-Bix packets
Although they are Māori based, all are welcome
The All Blacks Sevens team will play their first competitive game on Sunday
Mayor Phil Goff says they won't be permitted based on their far right and anti-Islamic speech
Homelessness a major issue here in and across the ditch. Hania Douglas met with a Māori group called ‘Melbourne Tautoko Whānau’ who say they’re trying their best to tackle the issue in Melbourne. Hania Douglas - Te Karere with this report.
“Yeah obviously everyone was pretty pumped we've got a pretty big team and even to get selected is pretty special to come over here and it's a good buzz going around been a lot of fun so far. So its time we pull up our socks now and get into the work.” – Andrew Knewstubb, All Blacks
One name likely to be read out tonight for the Black Ferns is Selica Winiata. The fleet-footed fullback has teamed up with All Blacks star Reiko Ioane on a special campaign. The message is simple: let kids enjoy sport and for adults not to place too much pressure or expectation on the young ones. Te Okiwa McLean has more.
Controversial Canadian activists banned from speaking at an Auckland Council venue, does this restrict the public's right to freedom of speech? Whakaaro? Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere with this report.
There are reports the 19-year-old accused of murdering a New Zealand woman and two of her children in Perth tried to seek help hours before the alleged killings.
Dr Huhana Hickey's vision is Housing NZ creating different kinds of homes to better accommodate the needs of Māori and disabled tenants. Krystal-lee Brown has more.