Kombucha is the latest craze that's appearing in stores across the country. It's claimed the fermented tea drink delivers a range of health benefits. A Tauranga whānau found the health features appealing so started making their own. And as Rapaera Tawhai Reports. their special brand, Papa's Kombucha, has turned into a viable little enterprise.
A hīkoi was held in Kaikohe today. Hania Douglas - Te Karere found out why.
The winter chill is hitting hard with more families asking the Salvation Army for help than at any time in the past two years as they struggle to afford the basics. In new research the Salvation Army's found half of the country can't afford to heat their homes, while 10 per cent are using the oven or stove for heating. Te Okiwa McLean has more.
Minister Kelvin Davis enlists the likes of Sir Tīmoti Kāretu and other experts to scope out plans for the future of te reo Māori. Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere has this report.
Here's the weather segment from today's bulletin.
Disgruntled members of Ngāpuhi marched on rūnanga offices in Kaikohe today, but why? Hania Douglas - Te Karere with this kaupapa coming up on Te Karere at 4pm, TVNZ 1.
#BREAKING: All Blacks 7s defend their world cup title - kei whea mai!
A new Salvation Army survey has found that half of NZers have gone without heating this winter, and 37% of families are skipping meals.
The Black Ferns 7s is the first side in history to win back-to-back titles after beating France. Can the men's side follow suit and beat England in the finals?