A practical incentive for promoting Te Reo
Leading educationist Dr Sophie Tauwehe Tamati says employers should pay Te Reo speakers a premium.
Could you keep your cool during a quake?
A new virtual reality simulation measures how well people may respond during an earthquake emergency.
A family’s funds drained for the love of a dog
Suzanne McFadden tells the heart-wrenching story of a family’s love - and expensive battle - for a dog saved from the streets.
Scientists find new species, and an octopunch
Underwater footage of an NZ-led marine expedition includes some rare behaviour - an octopus punching a fish.
Politicians, police, and the payout
The original story: The clandestine taping of an employee by MP Todd Barclay resulted in a secret payment to make it go away.
Homeless choir sings for the streets
The Auckland Street Choir has brought some of the city’s homeless together in vibrant harmony.
PM’s dilemma: Photo op vs urgent business
Bill English, who is touring the Pacific Islands, sticks it out as long as he can with a children’s ukelele orchestra.
Ngā Tapuwae’s story of resilience
NZ’s kura Māori are on international display this week in Toronto.