A leading economic research company is challenging all businesses to become living wage employers.
While MPs remain tight-lipped about whether an announcement is expected today for who will form the next government, outgoing New Zealand First MP Richard Prosser floated three names tipped to potentially replace Winston Peters should he step down from his party's leadership.
Police are appealing for information on a brutal attack which put 14-year-old Ayden Kairau into hospital with severe injuiries. Police say he was attacked in a playground in Flaxmere after leaving a party.
Associate Professor Claire Charters from the Auckland Law School has been awarded a 2017 Rutherford Discovery Fellowship to investigate the ways indigenous peoples’ rights are constitutionally recognised throughout the world.
The Northland Whangarei branch of the Citizens Advice Bureau is struggling to deal with a surge in public enquiries for social services with key Government Departments having left town leaving families finding it difficult to gain assistance via their service websites.
Taurikura is the first interactive Māori cultural scenic cruise set to entertain the throngs on lake Taupo this summer. In an exclusive, Te Kāea was invited to their practise run ahead of their first official outing next month.
It's Niuean Language Week and to celebrate, our Niuean colleagues here at Māori Television, reporter Moana Makapelu-Lee and editor True Saamu have put this piece together to encourage others to speak the language.
A new survey says 53% of New Zealanders believe that new fathers don't take the full parental leave they are entitled to out of fear they'll be viewed as less committed to their job.
Wellington will be hosting its annual Go Green Expo again this year on the 11th-12th of November at the TSB Bank Arena. The expo will provide an insight to a healthy, sustainable and an environmentally-friendly way of life.
Over 20,000 Kiwi kids have at least one parent serving time in New Zealand prisons. Native Affairs was given exclusive access to a unique pilot programme being trialled inside the Northland Regional Prison in Ngāwhā, where fathers are being encouraged to be good dads.