Auckland's property market is increasingly hard to crack for first-home buyers, but co-ownership could be the answer.
Females have been told for years that the hymen is an integral part of sex, especially when it comes to 'losing your virginity'. That's all a lie.
Season three of TVNZ's The Casketeers starts tonight, and Kaiora and Francis Tipene are back to show the reality of working with death.
Many young millennials and Gen-Zers aren't worried about becoming homeowners, so why is it important that they're sticking with Kiwisaver?
Changes to GST for overseas retailers came into effect on December 1. What do these changes mean for consumers, local businesses, and the online shopping market?
A landmark study has shown the true value of tikanga Māori-based early-intervention childcare using research from a parenting programme in West Auckland.
Auckland Council recently announced a citywide food scrap collection scheme that will be kicking off in 2021, so what do we need to know?
It's officially the festive season, and what does that mean? An office Secret Santa with a budget of $20 and you've picked your boss. Instead of settling for a bottle of average wine and a ribbon, follow our essential guide on what to get those unique workmates.
Clean tech could be a man-made solution to the man-made problem of climate change and Callaghan Innovation is leading the charge in New Zealand.
A meatless pulled pork substitute called jackfruit is taking the vegan market by storm, but what is this mystery meaty plant?
After months of silence on Ihumātao, the government is apparently considering a loan to Auckland Council to buy the occupied Fletcher-owned land.
The royal has spoken for the first time about his friendship with the late sex offender. What did he say to create such a media storm?
With the 2020 cannabis referendum fast approaching, New Zealanders have a unique opportunity to let the government know what they want from drug reform.
The government's reform of 1989's Tomorrow's Schools legislation has been announced today, and it's promising changes for students, teachers, principals and boards.
Rates of antidepressant medication dispensing are on the rise among young people. What can this tell us about NZ's prescribing habits and the demographics missing out?
A review into Oranga Tamariki has been released after an investigation into their child uplifting practices by Newsroom – here's what it said.
Te Huka Mātauraka, the University of Otago Māori Centre, celebrates its 30th birthday this year as a crucial part of life for the university's Māori students.
New book Protest Tautohetohe: Objects of Resistance, Persistence and Defiance explores our history of protest through objects symbolising the power and lasting legacy of activism in New Zealand.
Huge numbers of Kiwi customers don't know who owns their bank, and it's contributing to a multi-billion dollar profit for Australian-owned banks in New Zealand every year.