Is business confidence really down?
New Yellow chief executive Darren Linton tells Mark Jennings there is a strong positive sentiment among SMEs.
A protected leopard seal has been shot in the face and killed as it lay on a Dargaville beach in Northland.
Nikki Mandow speaks to Bell Gully’s crypto-currency experts about how a variety of currencies and tokens are being regulated in NZ.
Dr Kate Riegle van West looks at the benefits of the Māori practice for New Zealand’s ageing population.
The start of ‘Sicario: Rise of the Soldado’ plays out like some kind of fever dream for Donald Trump, writes Darren Bevan.
Eloise Gibson talks to Francis Hunter about the search for new cancer drugs, and genes that may determine whether someone can survive the disease.
Hundreds of Kiwi teens are driving safer and smarter on our roads since a new defensive driving course began on racetracks around the country.
Ant-Man and The Wasp is both a credit and an albatross to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, writes Darren Bevan.
Eloise Gibson talks to engineer Andrew McDaid about building wearable robotic limbs to help people with strokes and disabilities.
Newsroom speaks to a woman who has been at the forefront of addressing predatory lending practices.
Fringe lenders are coming under increasing fire for preying on vulnerable people and charging eye-watering interest rates many can’t pay back.
Newsroom exclusive: A Northland sharemilker filmed hitting dairy cows with a steel pipe had previously been the subject of an MPI complaint.
For films whose MO is to evoke wonder - that magic is sorely missing this time around, writes Darren Bevan.
Eloise Gibson talks to criminologist Claire Meehan about how we can prepare teens for adult life, and why she receives Lego phalluses at work.
Tag brings the prats to the pratfalls, and thanks to a brisk pace, surprisingly it never outstays its welcome, writes Darren Bevan.
Believe the hype, Hereditary will leave you feeling uncomfortable and unnerved, writes Darren Bevan.
Eloise Gibson talks to Jade Le Grice about how her frustration with academic portrayals of Māori led her to search for more nuanced stories.
National MP Chris Penk explains how following the stars can keeping you from being all at sea.