Foetal Alcohol - Damaging Baby Brains
It's thought there could be several thousand New Zealand babies born every year with brains damaged in the womb by alcohol after their mother's drank while pregnant. Philippa Tolley investigates what is being done for those coping with foetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
Loneliness - Facing the Void
With the UK having recently appointed a Minister of loneliness, Sally Round takes a look what can be done in New Zealand to address the problem, which will likely balloon as the population ages.
Should NZ Schools Ban Mobile Phones?
When students in France returned to school in after the northern summer in 2018 their mobile phones were no longer allowed – by law. But how are New Zealand Schools dealing with the constant distraction? Teresa Cowie headed inside classrooms to find out.
Should Te Reo Māori be compulsory in school?
RNZ's Maori News Correspondent Leigh-Marama McLachlan asks, could compulsory Te Reo Māori in schools reduce racism?