Here's the weather segment from today's bulletin.
Tihei Mauri Ora! Kua whānau mai te pēpi hou a Te Pirimia a Jacinda Ardern rāua ko tōnā hoa rangatira a Clark Gayford. Let us take the time to look back at some of the unique gestures offered by Māori in the lead up to the arrival of their new bundle of joy. Nau mai e te mokopuna o te motu ki tēnei ao.
It was shut this morning at Puhipuhi Road after a metre and a half of surface water built up.
Signed in 2013 the accord between Crown agencies and Te Hiku iwi aimed to empower whānau living in the Far North. Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere reports.
Auckland Council says it has no idea of the extent of homelessness in the region and it's launching a survey to find out.
Mechanic Elaine Pereira encourages more wāhine to get involved with the trades industry.
The New Zealand AIDS Foundation has released data stats showing the diagnosis of HIV rates in NZ is lower than last year.
He is a respected elder who has dedicated years to protecting the environment and the pātaka kai of the Far North. Patau Te Pania is enforcing a rāhui to keep resources for the next generation.
11-year-old William Mahutoto is one of NZ's karate champs. Now he has his eyes set of the title of Australia's national competition