The Bulletin: New poll sets scene for election year

New poll sets scene for election year, scale of public support for Weta Group revealed, and Phil Goff’s emails for sale.

The hands-on charity asking Aotearoa’s kids to design our EV future

EVolocity is using innovation, creativity and the incoming electric vehicle revolution to encourage kids into STEM education. Madeleine Chapman talks to its founders about the how and why of their mission.

The Bulletin: Long cleanup looms after Mataura River floods

Long cleanup looms after Mataura floods, anger inside and outside of RNZ at major proposed changes, and quarantine in effect for Wuhan returnees.

The Bulletin: Politicians steal limelight at Waitangi

Politicians take limelight at Waitangi, Auckland Lantern Festival cancelled, and each end of the country facing contrasting extreme weather.

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The Bulletin: ‘Red’ weather day down South sparks new warning

First ever deployment of new Metservice warning, NZ First Foundation donor identities revealed, and economic fallout from virus spreads.

The Bulletin: Mourning Mike Moore

Former PM Mike Moore mourned, travel ban put in place in attempt to prevent Coronavirus, and Greens break government ranks over transport spending.

The Bulletin: Concerns grow in public media merger information void

Concerns grow in the public media merger information void, costs of school return being counted, and a charter flight arranged for Wuhan evacuations.

The Bulletin: Business groups welcome big infrastructure spend

Business groups welcome big infrastructure spend, four charged by SFO in relation to election donations, and Pacific countries act against coronavirus.

The Bulletin: Big reveal coming on infrastructure project spending

Announcements expected on infrastructure projects, Kiwis trapped in Wuhan speak out, and speaker Trevor Mallard being sued.

The organisation giving 27,000 children life-changing mentors

For more than two decades, the Graeme Dingle Foundation has helped tens of thousands of young people find joy and direction in life.

The Bulletin: What impacts will coronavirus have?

Impacts of coronavirus in focus, claims of NZDF coverup of indecent assaults, and will NZ and Europe get a trade deal this year?

The Bulletin: Māori Party revival gathers steam

Māori Party revival gathers steam, Coronavirus response screening stepped up, and rural economists predict dairy land value slide.

The Bulletin: Response to Wuhan coronavirus ramps up

Response to coronavirus ramps up, PM and Māori leaders agree to meet, and Labour launches their political year at retreat.

The Bulletin: Disturbing stories raise neo-Nazi extremism fears

Two disturbing stories around extremism, a significant milestone reached at Ihumātao, and gang tensions flare in the Hawke’s Bay.

The Bulletin: What the UN climate refugee ruling means

What the UN climate refugee ruling means, Whānau Ora funding battle escalates, and what’s going on with Ihumātao?

The Bulletin: False alarm sparks tsunami alert concerns

False alarm sparks tsunami alert concerns, new development in story haunting NZ First, and unaffordable housing problem getting worse.