"I cannot change what happened in the past except be present today. Am I ashamed of what happened? Yes. Am I really regretful? Yes. "If I could go back and say to that young Norm 'what you're about to do is going to have an affect on people's lives that's far more reaching than what this impact of that violation is,' yes. But I can't. What I can do is share it and then go 'what are the lessons and how do we teach a different way?'" - Norm Hewitt
We ask financial adviser Brook Grant to explain some of what the Government's latest housing announcements mean for you and your whanau.
Judge John Macdonald of Rangitāne and Ngāti Raukawa is one of 10 people to be inducted into NZ's Basketball Hall of Fame.
"I went through 11 different schools, got kicked out of home, suspended from school, a lot of physical, sexual and emotional abuse, it really pulled me down." Stan Walker opens up about his past experiences to connect with rangatahi who may be facing tough times. He's taken on the role of a Youthline ambassador and hopes to help young people aspire to greatness.
"Ehara i te mea he iwi whai rawa (a East Timor), karekau, engari kei te toro atu anō hoki te ringa ki ngā mea papai o te ao ki te āwhina i a rātou" - Te Ururoa Flavell, Minita Whakawhanake Māori
"I don't know what that really means but it sort of seems like he's taking responsibility in some way" - Esther Pakura, mum of Jacob Pakura
Kōhanga Reo trust co-chair Tina Olsen-Ratana was cross-examined in court today over allegations of misspending.
A new suicide prevention video has been released today by the Key To Life (KTL) charitable trust. The trust is run by mental health advocate Mike King and the clip urges people to speak up when they notice someone struggling. For more information on this kaupapa, and who to contact for help: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/watch-mike-kings-charity-releases-poignant-suicide-support-advice-video
Man pleads guilty over hit-and-run death of 16-year-old Jacob Pakura.