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Māori led research needed to better understand poverty determinants - Meihana Durie

The government should be focusing on the causes high poverty among tamariki rather than dismantling the work of past Māori leaders, an academic says.

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Will Air New Zealand's gamble on higher domestic fares pay off?

Some passengers RNZ spoke to said increasing costs might just price them out of the market.

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Super Rugby Pacific as it happened: Chiefs down Crusaders 33-29 in thriller

As it happened: The Chiefs built a commanding lead over their rivals at half time, but it went down to the wire - recap the action here.

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New Plymouth resident still waiting for council to cut tree branch after four years

83-year-old Colin Harvey wants council to trim a giant pohutukawa tree that blocks ambulance access to his driveway.

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Gisborne leaders look beyond storm recovery, discuss ideas to have 'thriving' region

Gisborne leaders are looking beyond storm recovery, and are instead looking towards a future of innovation.

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Five acts to see at Electric Avenue

New Zealand's biggest one-day music festival is on in Christchurch's Hagley Park on Saturday, RNZ takes a look at five must-see acts.

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Man shot by police in Matamata was 31-year-old Christopher Taukiri

Paeroa man Christopher Taukiri, 31, was killed in a standoff with police last week.

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Happy Feet: Wellington Airport penguin released into the wild

A little blue penguin that made headlines around the world after stopping flights at Wellington Airport has been released back into the wild.

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Workers don't have legal rights to tips - employment lawyer

Tips left for staff members legally belong to their employer because the country doesn't have any legislation that says otherwise, an employment lawyer says.

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Air Chathams hit hard by Auckland Airport fee hikes

If Air Chathams can no longer operate, regional areas will lose a service - and the economic benefits that came with it, its chief operations officer says.

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Trio jailed over murder of South Auckland grandmother Meliame Fisi'ihoi

Meliame Fisi'ihoi, 57, was shot dead in January 2020 when she answered a knock at her window.

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Rotorua locals tackling litter and dumped tyres want city crowned most beautiful again

A Rotorua resident has spent his own time removing masses of rubbish from a local stream.

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Carterton District Council staff recommend scrapping $2.77m water processing project

Carterton District Council will be asked to scrap a multimillion-dollar water processing project in a bid to save ratepayers footing a hefty bill.

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Crash blocks Auckland's Northwestern Motorway, disrupting traffic

Police said a vehicle towing a trailer was involved in a crash at the city end of the motorway.

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'World's most predictable problem': SH1 closure angers truckies

Truckies are calling for long-term planning to prevent a repeat of the upcoming - and, they say, predictable - closure of SH1 over the Brynderwyns.

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Kea proof bins rolled out in Franz Josef

The Westland District Council has resorted to designing special kea proof bins in a bid to keep the cheeky taonga out.

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Fewer births, an older population, does it matter? What you need to know

Explainer - Fertility rates in New Zealand, and around the world, keep dropping. What does this mean?

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‘Never seen anything like it’: Hundreds of dead fish wash up on beaches

A warning not to eat the dead or dying fish as they wash up on Auckland beaches in the days ahead.

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