Young voters’ problem with local election
Otago University research has found young people want to vote in the upcoming local government elections but don’t feel they have enough information to make an informed decision.
WATCH: A marine scientist at Otago University has found that a high percentage of fish caught in local waters have ingested microplastics.
Hamish Coney gets on the road in search of Colin McCahon’s legacy, taking him to Tāneatua, Palmerston North, Wellington and Titirangi.
In a special video interview ahead of the UN Climate Action Summit, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says he is hopeful rather than desperate in the face of the climate emergency.
Corporate recognition of Māori Language Week has progressed markedly since it started in 1975. James Elliott visited Vodafone NZ’s head office to see how the company’s celebrating the language this week and beyond.
Electric forklifts, tracked supply chains and sugar plastic bottles - ecostore is pulling out the stops to become carbon-neutral by the end of the year.
Kiwibank’s Jarrod Kerr and Peter Hunt discuss the reaction after Governor Adrian Orr decided on the surprisingly large cut to interest rates.
It’s a world-first online project, run out of west Auckland, by volunteers sometimes in their pyjamas - and it’s helping to save young lives around the world.
The housing crisis has got worse but Kiwibank economist Jeremy Couchman says there are signs it will soon start improving.
Hamish Coney examines the legacy of a little known but highly ‘visible’ public artist - Guy Ngan – who is the subject of not one but two fascinating exhibitions in Auckland and Wellington.
Watch video interview: Melanie Reid talks to the mothers of two victims of Paul Wilson, united by horror and anger at how it could happen again.
From cheeseburgers to pets - sustainability architect Brenda Vale looks at our literal ecological footprints.
The boss of property fund manager Augusta tells Bernard Hickey he’s not seeing any serious impact on commercial tenants from our slowing economy.
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr says fewer Chinese visitors to NZ and a quiet housing market is putting the services sector under pressure.
In the final part of a three-part interview with Newsroom, Vodafone CEO Jason Paris discusses his management style and why he is a prolific user of social media.
The 2nd of three Victoria University of Wellington debates on AI looks at a relationship that will be pivotal for children’s schooling,
Bell Gully litigation partner Tim Smith tells Newsroom the Mainzeal case is a timely reminder that directors need to exercise professional scepticism.
National MP Chris Penk explains how following the stars can keeping you from being all at sea.