An app for pregnancy and birth has proved so popular, Internal Affairs is working on one for death.
Freedom campers in Queenstown are clustering their vehicles together and challenging enforcement officers if they are clamped, the council says.
An international online dating service dedicated to helping mature professionals has grown 20 percent in New Zealand in the past year.
Following the great Christmas splurge, minimalist Ryan Nicodemus has some tips for how to de-clutter our lives. Video, Audio
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The families of the men who died in the Pike River mining disaster have welcomed a member's bill by Andrew Little. Audio
The Whitianga community is rallying to help those affected by a large scrub fire which has burned through homes and property. [regipons]Bay of Plenty, Waikato Audio
Auckland's mayor Phil Goff is confident he can persuade the government to bring in a regional fuel tax to help fund the city's transport needs. Audio
The search for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 has officially been called off Audio
A man who was supposed to be released on bail man spent two days alone in a court cell after the police forgot he was there. Audio
Emma Hanisch, a student at the University of Otago, loves museums - and she wonders what needs to be done to keep them relevant and exciting. Audio
Brent Edwards chairs an Outspoken panel and questions whether significant changes to governments around the world pose a threat to democracy. Audio
It's Vintage Weekend - taking you back in time with music, dance, fashion and a vintage market. Jesse Mulligan talks to organiser Rose Jackson. Audio
Sally Pairman has been working in and around the midwifery sector for over 30 years as a midwife, lecturer, author and advocate and now she's been chosen from a list of international cadidates to head… Audio
A sex therapist says young New Zealanders are vulnerable to developing addictions to pornography because they're not taught how to deal with online porn. Audio
Up to 50 people have died as cold weather freezes parts of Europe. Audio
Outspoken - The solution to the ageing workforce is more complicated than just pension pay-outs, says Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell. Audio
Outspoken explores the growing numbers of over 65-year-olds still working and the growing calls to raise the eligibility age for superannuation. Audio
Today's employee is celebrant Robyn McLeod. Audio
The Retirement Commissioner says raising the superannuation age must be accompanied by additional benefits and more training. Audio
Librarians are working over summer! We got a message from Michelle Anderson who leads a team of librarians looking after the needs of children and teenagers in Tauranga. Audio
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