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A new report suggests a quarter of the country's children are living in poverty and 10% are in severe poverty. Children's Commissioner Russell Wills says a plan backed by law is needed.
Updated 23 minutes ago
A replacement candidate for the electorate of the Maori Party co-leader Tariana Turia has been chosen but the party still has to find a new woman co-leader.
Millions of South Africans have remembered Nelson Mandela with hymns and eulogies at houses of worship across the country, in a national day of prayer and reflection to mark his death.
Singer-songwriter Lorde will attend the Grammy Awards ceremony in the United States rather than playing a highly anticipated Auckland gig, but local fans will still get a chance to see her perform.
Updated about 1 hour ago
The first step in redesigning bus services in Auckland has been completed, with signficant changes made to the way southern travellers will be served.
Updated 28 minutes ago
Tales of urban life in Tāmaki Makaurau.
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Veronika Meduna’s blog from the Spirit of Mawson Antarctic expedition.
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