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yesterday at 22:36. Facebook
"What are your prospects of changing the government if you are in the single digits in the preferred Prime Minister poll?" Jack Tame asked Andrew Little this morning.
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yesterday at 20:57. Facebook
Freedom camping brings big business to New Zealand - around $1 million a month over the summer time - but it also creates a big mess on our roadsides.

Some campervan rental companies are offering customers a refund if their toilets come back untouched - but is this sending the wrong message?
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yesterday at 18:26. Facebook
Is it finally time to ditch the minimum wage?

Aotearoa's living wage has just increased to $20.20 an hour. But if employers stick to paying the minimum wage rather than the living one, what's the point?
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yesterday at 18:25. Facebook
Are Blair Tuke and Peter Burling BFFs? Do they snore? Are they really that chilled?

Brodie goes off the record with our favourite Olympians-come-Team New Zealand sailors.
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yesterday at 11:35. Facebook
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yesterday at 09:30. Facebook
In case you missed it - Matty went behind the scenes today of the incredible Pop-Up Globe in Auckland, chatting with everyone from cast members to costume designers.
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yesterday at 05:30. Facebook
"It was only a small bridge, around 65 feet, I figured it was okay to have a crack."

AJ Hackett's claim to fame is bungy jumping, but should there be another name sharing some of the spotlight? A new film says yes.
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yesterday at 03:30. Facebook
From Trump’s false claims of a terrorist attack in Sweden to fresh concerns over Brexit, Emma Keeling has all the latest straight out of Europe.
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yesterday at 01:00. Facebook
How are media consumers supposed to spot what is "fake news", and what is not?

The expression has been bandied around a lot already this year, so we took a closer look into what it actually means.
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02/19/2017 at 23:30. Facebook
How come National didn’t take more of a dip in the polls post-John Key?

“That sheep shearing was a stunner, and I think it’s going to be an iconic thing for Bill English,” says Phil Gifford. However Teuila Blakely doesn’t think the PM is as charismatic as his predecessor.
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02/19/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
New Zealand is "obsessed with assessing and ranking our children" according to The Opportunities Party, which has just announced its education policy.

It has proposed slashing the current NCEA testing method - what are your thoughts on this?
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02/19/2017 at 20:30. Facebook
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02/19/2017 at 19:10. Facebook
"Let's start the morning with a bang!"

Matty is at the Pop-Up Globe in Auckland this morning, where he tried - then tried again - to light the cannon, but it didn't go according to plan.
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02/19/2017 at 18:47. Facebook
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02/19/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
Good idea or absolutely nuts?

A town in the Netherlands have installed traffic lights in foot paths to make sure people on their phones actually stop for cars before crossing. Should Aotearoa trial this?
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02/17/2017 at 04:30. Facebook
Meet Thelma and Louise, the chickens who were this morning rescued from beyond the cordon in Christchurch following the Port Hills fires.
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02/17/2017 at 02:30. Facebook
A firefighter who's battled the Port Hills blaze is calling for New Zealand to invest in more fire-fighting technology.

Firefighter calling for NZ to mimic Aus, USA by investing in more fire-fighting technology

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02/16/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
"I think Trump likes running for President rather than being President!"

Donald J. Trump is preparing to officially launch his 2020 re-election bid.
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02/16/2017 at 19:31. Facebook
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02/16/2017 at 18:40. Facebook
"I made the dreadful mistake of answering a question to a reporter, it’s a dangerous thing to do sometimes in this business."

Gerry Brownlee says the Port Hills fire highlights the need for an overhaul of civil defence laws, and that a state of emergency should've been declared sooner.